How seeing yourself as having value and being amazing affects your words and actions. How unconsciously thinking you don’t have any value inhibits your success and prevents you from taking the proper actions to bring about the success you want and crave in life.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss twenty-two different things that people who value themselves and who believe themselves to be amazing tend to focus on that leads to success in all areas of their lives.
By focusing on these twenty-two different characteristics and principles you will ensure that you are focused and mentally strong to enable the creation over time of the ideal life that you have always wanted. Things that people who value and love themselves do on a consist basis that those who do not value themselves don’t.
They know what they want, why they want it and they take consistent action to make it happen They are optimistic and often see things as better than they are and eventually make their lives the way they know they could be They are slow to change their minds and quick to change their approach They learn from their mistakes and see mistakes as necessary to grow and reach their full potential They do not let negative or weak people influence or impact their hearts desire When potential lovers, friends, employers, customers or partners are not receptive, they don’t stick around trying to change their minds They expect and demand that others value them or they move on to find people who do They take care of their bodies They do not tolerate assholes, haters or weak people who constantly try to demean and devalue them They don’t give a shit about what other people think about them. They do what makes them happy They don’t apologize for being who they are and are not ashamed to be themselves They are proud of themselves They have alpha physiology They respect the views of others and demand that others respect their views They value other people and lend a helping hand when they can, but not at their own expense or to their own detriment They understand that no one will ever do or say anything to them that is not a direct reflection of how they feel about themselves in a moment They understand that no one will ever do or say anything to them that they don’t invite them to do They take ownership of their failures. Therefore, they don’t blame other people or their circumstances for their failures They know that their personal success or failure is their responsibility and theirs alone They believe in themselves and their dreams, even when life seems hopeless and their dreams an unrealistic possibility They expect to succeed… eventually. They simply do not give up and know that success is simply a matter of time, repetition and refinement of one’s approach They are very picky, selective and careful about who they allow into their inner circle and peer group
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“If you see yourself as having value and being an amazing person, you will consciously take actions and speak in ways that help you manifest your grandest desires and dreams. However, if deep down you don’t believe that you have any value or are not an amazing person, you will unconsciously sabotage and steer your life away from the things you want, and take actions that will create a life that is congruent with your feeling of unworthiness. People will always act in ways that are consistent with how they view themselves to be, whether that view is accurate or not. You must see, believe, act and speak in ways that are consistent with loving, valuing and respecting yourself before others will see you that way. Before anyone else will believe in you, you have to believe in yourself first.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne