2017, My Journey, self improvement, Self-Help

Wednesday’s Word: Making Someone Else Out To Be Wrong Doesn’t Make You Right.

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Making someone else out to be wrong doesn’t make you right. Someone else doesn’t have to be wrong for you to be right. Be right or wrong all by yourself.

Reaching our ultimate self includes taking full and complete responsibility for our lives. Immaturity blames, finds reasons, other than him or herself, for why life isn’t working out. Be right or wrong all by yourself. Let the buck stop with you!

There’s an old hymn that says, “just as I am without one plea.” A plea is a request made in an urgent emotional manner. Resist the urge to make what happens to you someone else’s fault.

Take full and complete responsibility for your life. Making someone else out to be wrong doesn’t make you right.

~ Jeff Crume

#EmpoweredToWin

2017, Life Lessons, My Journey, Self-Help

The Most Overlooked Method To Building Self Worth

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The key 🗝️  to self worth is self talk. To make sure you are becoming who you want to be, you must tell yourself over and over every day who you are. One simple way to do this is to make your mantra your password.

I am beautiful, I am wealthy, I am awesome.”

Whatever statement best describes the person you know you were created to be, make it your password. While there is not much data on how many times we actually type our password in a day, we could all agree that we type our password(s) a lot!

Think about it. What better way to program yourself for success.

Each time you enter your password, you will not only be “unlocking” your device, but at the same time, unlocking the recesses of your mind to help you be a better, more confident, you!

Make your mantra your password. It’s the most overlooked method to building your self worth.

2017, Inspiration, Motivation, My Journey, self discovery, self improvement, Self-Help

Thursday’s Thought: Trust Your Dots

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“Dots” in our life, are the people, places, things, and experiences we encounter along the pathway to our success.

‘You have to trust that the ‘dots’ will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust that something; your gut, destiny, life, karma, or whatever, brought you this far, and that everything you’ve been through has prepared you for where you are going.

Believing that your ‘dots’ WILL connect somewhere down the road, will give you the confidence you need to follow your heart even when following your heart leads you off the well-ran path. And that will make all the difference.

Trust your dots; they are leading you somewhere!