Positive outcomes only.

In a society that profits from your self doubt, liking yourself is a rebellious act.

Today I have promised myself that I am going to talk myself up. I have promised myself that I am not going to allow my brain to think any negative thoughts about who I am or what I am capable of. Today I have promised myself that my insecurities are not going to win, nor going to have any place in my head.

One day at a time.

I am fucking amazing. I am. I don’t say that in a cocky way, I say that in a self-awareness way. I’m intelligent, I’m kind-hearted, I’m overly sentimental and I try my best to understand everyone that I meet. I work hard. I have a phenomenal memory, one that helps me and drives people crazy with the amount of things I can remember.

I look after people. I give with grace. I volunteer my time to help those in need and I do my very best to put a smile on the face of those that I love. I try to be good. I really do. And I try to improve with each day. Self-improvement is my ultimate goal.

I’m self taught in graphic design, self taught in HTML coding, self taught in analytics tracking. I work well as part of a team and on my own and I work hard. I work so fucking hard, all the time. I’m a leader by design, but am also aware enough to realize when I need to let someone else take the wheel. It’s all about timing!

I’m stubborn as all hell and will stop at nothing to get my way. Some might see that as a negative, but I choose to see that as a positive. Why? Because it means that I don’t quit. And I don’t quit. Ever.

I’ve accomplished great feats, bowed at the foot of greatness and will continue to strive for greatness within myself. I believe knowledge is power and that I want to always be learning. I’m creative, insightful and can carry an intelligible conversation with anyone that I meet.

I set high standards both for myself and for the people I love. Why? Because I believe that we can always be better and that we owe it to ourselves to be better.

I’m a constantly evolving working in progress who’s trying to be nicer to herself. I’m only human and I’m far from perfect, but I like who I am. And that, I think that’s what’s most important.

11 thoughts on “Positive outcomes only.

  1. I love it, knowing who you are, what you want and where you want to go is what we all strive for. Realising your imperfections and what you excel in (your perfections) is Amazing. Own it, you deserve it, you put the hard work in 🌟

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  2. Wait. Did I write this? LOL, this sounds so much like a “MYA-ism!” You must be an Aries. I only know Rams who are this self-aware and self-assured, lol. But seriously, this is the way that I choose to live my life everyday, especially when the shite-kickers come-a-knockin’. It’s the naysayers/haters/youcantsitatourtable individuals that make me GO HARD in the face of adversity. Let these affirmations guide you…print them out and post these suckers everywhere in your house, as a reminder that you are capable of greatness and the only person who needs to believe and manifest it, is you. Love, love, love!

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  3. “I look after people. I give with grace. I volunteer my time to help those in need and I do my very best to put a smile on the face of those that I love.”

    You ALWAYS put a smile on my face. You’re an inspiration and write fascinating pieces, paving the way for others with similar afflictions to express themselves fully and freely.

    I like who you are too. 🙂

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  4. Just reading your blog because you liked my “new blog beginnings” post on my blog. Hope the self pep talk helped 🙂
    Thanks for being my first like 🙂 on a blog post. Have an awesome weekend.

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