Creating your self-reminders
What suits you!
Many things play a role when developing your belief system about yourself, which later forms the foundation for your outlook on the world.
In this rapidly changing world, we might find ourselves bombarded by the overwhelming realm that surrounds us, hence it’s important to have “Self-Reminders” to help you keep believing in yourself.
I do know that my top 3 reminders may not be your top 3, in fact mine could even not work for you at all, hence the importance of creating your own “Self-Reminders” so that they could serve you the best way possible.
Just remember to keep things simple and to the point (your point).
Start With only 3!
1- Be true to yourself.
No matter what the world expects from you, always be who you are and do what you believe is best for you (live your life based on what you want and NOT on what the world expects from you)
2- Don’t be afraid of judgement.
Truth is: everyone is going to judge you or form an opinion about you, right or wrong, good or bad, and it doesn’t matter! Welcome criticism and listen to what others have to say as long as their opinion doesn’t become your reality.
3- Although I never encourage looking at the past, you must look back to see how far you’ve come to understand where you are now which will help you to see where you are heading.
THE PURSUIT OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
I genuinely believe that everybody on our planet has the capacity and the ability to evolve and become a better version of themselves, but reaching the heights of your potential has nothing to do with your capacity to evolve, but rather having the skills of perseverance, dedication and commitment.
The pursuit of personal development is an ongoing process, it is never that one thing that you need to do in order to achieve your greatest heights, it is a campaign that goes on day in and day out, and that’s why you must be relentless when pursuing an ongoing process.
From my own personal experience, my failures, successes, ups, downs and everything else, all I can tell you is this;
your pursuit of personal development is in reality a pursuit of your true self. No matter how far you will go in search of what you want, you will always end up arriving at the shores of yourself, because what you are looking for lies deep within you.