Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Raise your standards & Believe in yourself!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Be honest.....Are you completely confident and secure in your own shoes?
Do you believe in your own abilities?

.....or are you constantly questioning who you are as a person?

We all have our past, the experiences that shape who we are today. BUT those experiences do not have to shape your future.
If you don't believe in yourself, how can you expect anyone else to believe in you?

It is important to think highly enough of yourself and your capabilities in order to portray a positive image to others. Otherwise you will just reek of negativity and people will not want to be around you because you will bring them down with you.

Each and every one of us is born with special gifts and distinctive traits. The key is knowing what yours are.

See yourself as others see you. Embrace all that you offer & everything you contribute to those around you.

Try this exercise to lift your spirits & open your eyes about yourself.:
Take out a piece of paper. Review your life and list all of your achievements. You can write down anything and everything you view as an achievement. The event doesn't have to be a huge one to be viewed as an achievement in your eyes. List as many as you can. If you get stumped, ask loved ones & friends to help out.
Once finished, step back & take a long look at your list. Then pat yourself on the back.
You did all that! Yes, you!

In order to raise your standards & believe in yourself, you need to embrace self confidence.
Everytime you talk negatively about yourself or others, it lowers your standards so just stop it.

Don't be the one to gossip or talk down to others; take the high road with class & respect.

When we talk negatively, it exudes a negative energy toward people. You can literally feel the negative energy when you meet someone like this.
Stand tall & radiate self-confidence & positive vibes.

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1 comments:

Vivek Nanda said...

You said it very correctly, one has to live upto his standards. There is aplomb i.e. associated with ones persons and that can be attained by raising the standards. Thanks for sharing.

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