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Seven Ways To Reclaim Your Power

Seven Ways To Reclaim Your Power

  1. Avoid blaming external forces for your feelings. You create your feelings.
  2. Don't blame yourself for not being in control. You’re doing your best. You’re doing great.
  3. Learn to know when you’re playing victim.
  4. You know those voices in your head? The negative ones? Yeah, don’t listen to them.
  5. Make a list of payoffs. If you take a chance, what will be the outcome? If you don’t do it, what’s gonna happen? Figure out why you’re stuck, and unstuck yourself.
  6. Figure out what you want from life and act on it. No one is going to give it to you.
  7. You have hella options. Choose a path that helps you grow.


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