This is sometimes called “black-or-white” or polarized thinking, meaning you think in the extremes. This extreme thinking pattern supports an overly rigid outlook on life. Because of this overly rigid outlook, you can’t see things in shades of grey or between the extremes.
Finding self-love through positive self-talk – Internal Dialogue that keeps you Stuck
You can choose to learn your internal dialogue and find freedom when you change it. Ah, the little voice in your head. You know the one. It likes to whisper mean and nasty things at you when you’re down. Heck, it’ll even whisper mean and nasty things at you when you’re up too, just for the fun of it.
What is perfection? It’s like the mythical unicorn. Some of us believe in its existence but have never seen it. And why you may ask? Because the moment that a perfectionist believes they are close to perfection, all they’ll see are flaws.
Self-worth is different from self-esteem. Self-esteem is the external validation from others that we receive when we do a good job and are told, “You did an amazing job on that.” However, it is dependent on others. In contrast, self-worth is an internal form of validation and is dependent on you.
How do you get motivated to finally be successful when success is fleeting and so much easier to lose?
It may feel like there’s a secret formula that is needed for some. Perhaps the ingredients are time, consistency, and the willingness to put in the work to be successful. Below are 4 steps that you can take to motivate yourself and become successful.
Here is the thing about toxic habits, they’re pretty insidious and will slide right into our lives without us noticing. Surprisingly, there are 7 common toxic habits that many of us struggle with. The good news is there are ways to combat these habits so you can be the best possible version of yourself.