Believe In Yourself

One of the most difficult things to do consistently is to believe in yourself.

Why is that?  I believe it is because we live in a world of constant comparison.  It’s always been a thing to compare ourselves to others but it is so easy to do now with the growth and saturation of social media in our lives.

I believe, like anything we have available to us, that we must make a choice to use it for good or it can turn into a negative if we don’t control it.  Don’t compare.

To believe in yourself consistently believe in your abilities.  Define, use, and believe in your talents and strengths, but yet acknowledge and work to improve your weaknesses.

Surround yourself with positive, like minded people who believe in and appreciate you. These people will also not judge you when your weaknesses may appear from time to time, but will help you to overcome and will continue to help you grow.

The first step is up to you though.  You must believe.

Believe that you make a difference.

Believe that what you have to offer is of value because you are prepared and are ready for the moment.

Believe that the world that you live and work in needs your contribution.

Believe that you are worthy and you are needed.

Believe it!

It’s not ego, it’s belief.

Believe in yourself.

I’m cheering for you.

#leadership #motivation #coaching
#bebetter #beblessed


Published by toddagordon

Currently in his 37th year in the education field. Currently the District Activities Director at Greene County Community Schools in Jefferson, Iowa. Celebrating 37 years of marriage with Deb. Deb works remotely as the Assistant Controller for Treynor (IA) State Bank. We have 3 kids, two son in laws, a daughter in law, two wonderful grandsons, Jonathan and Parker, and three lovely granddaughters, Mia, Madison and Faye. Nicole and Brett are parents to Jonathan and Madison, and are working in ministry in Urbandale, IA. AJ and Regan live in Waukee, IA. A.J. currently works for Thrivent after a few years coaching college basketball including winning a National Championship as an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Graceland University. Regan is a Kindergarten teacher with the Des Moines Public Schools at Hubbell Elementary School. Abby and Anthony are parents to Parker and Mia and they outside of Ogden, IA. Abby works as a Physical Therapy Assistant and Anthony works for a landscaping company.

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