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Believe In Yourself

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Please, Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

I wrote a post a while back regarding comparing yourself to others. And since February is the month of love I am only saying this once again in the name of LOVE. Please, stop comparing yourself to others and start loving yourself. As I went onto the internet to research something, the following popped up …

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L.O.V.E

Everyone wants to be loved. We know that love can heal. Love inspires. Love picks you up, puts a smile on your face, and a tingling feeling up and down your spine! We search for love. We wait for it. Some of us are willing to do almost anything to get it. We give up …

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BALANCING ACT

Aiming to be “the best” sounds like such an honorable goal, doesn’t it? But being the best requires great sacrifice, necessitating that we enslave other aspects of ourselves in order to focus on our high-reaching goal. If we aren’t careful trying to become the best writer, technician, project lead, salesman, or executive can mean years …

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Mind Your Own Business

We must ward off the tendency to compare ourselves with anyone else. We must resist the urge to compare where we are and what we are doing against the strides or failures of another. Comparison of self to others only feeds self-doubt. Self-doubt grows into self-defeat. I can’t begin to recall how many times growing …

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Self-Confidence

All our lives we’ve heard about self-confidence. We may wonder, “Do I have it?” “Where can I get some?” Self-confidence, contrary to popular belief, is not a thing that you are either born with or you’re out of luck. It can and should be developed. Self-confidence is not necessarily sprinkled into all facets of a …

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Monday’s Mindset

Speak Encouraging Words To Yourself Liz Stellar is recent divorced mother of five well-mannered children ranging from the ages of fourteen to four. She works as a manager for a lumber company, which she has worked for the past eighteen years. She drives a midsize SUV and lives in a nice suburban neighbor. Yet, whenever …

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Monday’s Mindset

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Monday’s Mindset

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Monday’s Mindset

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