Appreciate You

Nurture your confidence. Believe in yourself.

Pat yourself on the back – mentally, that is. It’s ok to give yourself a compliment once in a while.

Your successes – on the entrepreneurial grind, on the job, or managing your household – all count, such as launching a new product or service, finishing a big project, inventing a process that saves your employer money, or helping your elderly neighbor.

Write them down or text yourself. Seeing your accomplishments in print makes your self-worth more tangible.

Recognize your strengths. Make a list of the things that you do well. If you struggle with identifying your abilities, ask a peer, friend, family member, or coworker to help you think of some.

Everyone experiences self-doubt and failure occasionally. Recognize when negative messages, such as “I can’t do this” – are constantly holding you back in your life, at work, at home, or within your business. You’re worth the effort.

Ask yourself this question: What have I done well professionally or personally?

Next, give yourself the answer.

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