What is something our readers can do today to increase their sense of self-worth and self-love?
(a snapshot of what you’ll learn in the Online Edition of the Lines In The Sand course)
First, we have to realize that self-worth comes from within. You won’t find it in having a big house, a fancy car, a lot of money or a bunch of friends. These are external people, places, and things that may bring temporary satisfaction, but in the long run, it is how you feel and think about yourself that matters most. Today I would like to share six powerful habits that will help you improve your self-worth and self-love.
- Eliminate negative self-talk. Would you talk to your best friend or someone who you care about deeply the same way that you talk to yourself? Of course not. You must stop having unconstructive conversations with yourself. Instead, start to recognize and appreciate all the things about yourself that you like. Write these things down, add to the list often, and revisit it frequently to remind yourself of your positive attributes.
- Stop comparing yourself to others. This is probably one of the most destructive behaviors you can participate in. Your life is your journey so keep your focus on your journey, not anyone else’s. It doesn’t serve you in any way to think you need to measure up to anyone else. If you want someone to compare you to, compare yourself to your BEST self.
- Surround yourself with masters. There is an