Never Underestimate Yourself, Your Abilities, Or Your Power
Here are 2 – 4 of the seven daily habits that are probably keeping you underestimating yourself and playing
You Constantly Compare Yourself To Others
We now basically have access into everyone else’s lives with social media. As a result, it’s hard not to compare yourself to others constantly. Just remember that you are not seeing the whole picture. No one is on Facebook flaunting their bad days, their problems, and their fears. All you see is the good, fun stuff. So what to do? Focus on your journey and your story. Never ever compare your beginning to someone else’s middle. We all have something to offer. No matter how many people do what
you do, only you can do it like you.
You Over-Prioritize The Opinions Of Your Parents (And Your Need To Please)
So many clients, colleagues, and friends struggle with this need to please their parents. Except freedom of expression, I had everything I wanted. My thoughts and beliefs were not my own. And every time I didn’t agree with my parents, I felt immense guilt. I put so much weight on their expectations and opinions that I abandoned my own. Yes, your parents gave you life and raised you, and did the best they could, but you are an adult now. It’s time to start thinking for yourself. It’s time to start putting your needs first. The only person that has to live your life is you. You ought to be happy with it.
You Are Sticking Around The Wrong Crowd
It is crucial to surround yourself with people of value, who lift you up and support you. No one can have a positive life if they spend all their time with negative people. Find people who get you, create a tribe, and immerse yourself in their excitement and love. Not sure where to start? Check out your local Facebook groups or meetup groups, join a church or a club. You don’t have to keep certain people in your life just out of guilt or because of your history. You have every right to choose who takes up your time and energy.