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How well do you know yourself?
The quote “what other people think of me is none of my business” has been attributed to countless famous people.
It can be tempting to compromise who we are for the sake of being accepted by others.
If you want to know yourself, you need to dig deep and find your authentic self—the real “you.”
Listing your core values is a useful way to start.
Consciously knowing your values will ground you, empower you, and enhance your self-confidence.
By knowing yourself, you can establish where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there.
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When we allow something that “happens” to disturb our peace, we give away our power. If you let it trigger you negatively, your emotions are like a ship at sea with no engine power.
One thing we humans love is control—to be in control. Or, at least, we love the idea of being in control. We tend to link control with safety.
The strategies that you have adopted in the past have become your default settings. Many of these learned behaviors were set in stone during childhood, and you unconsciously trust these strategies because they have worked in the past.
Awareness, inner control, acceptance, and true knowledge will enhance your journey to improving different areas of your personal growth.
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