Are You Plagued With Self Doubt?

How many times do you find yourself plagued with self-doubt? A great opportunity arises, but you are afraid to step through that doorway because of this little nagging voice that says you’re not enough.

Who said you are not enough? Tell me why you are not enough. Give me examples. I’ll give you a few excuses or examples of why I sometimes feel self-doubt.

  • I don’t have the right last name.
  • I didn’t go to a good school
  • I wasn’t raised in a wealthy family
  • My weight in health aren’t where I would like them to be
  • I have fibromyalgia
  • I don’t have the connections

Okay, Well, you get the point. I hate to tell myself this, and I hate to tell you, but I’m trying to be honest here. What I just wrote were nothing more than six excuses. They may sound valid and legitimate, but they are still excuses.

If you study the most successful people in the world, 70% weren’t raised in a wealthy family. Most of them didn’t have the perfect last name, and no one had ever heard of their name until they became successful.

There are a lot of celebrities who deal with the painful disease of fibromyalgia. So that’s not even an excuse. It’s just another challenge.

Some of the wealthiest people in the world didn’t go to college at all, much less an ivy league school.

I could continue and debunk every one of my excuses, and I can probably discredit yours too. Just because they are debunked does not mean they aren’t valid. It just means that they are still capable of being overcome. They are a challenge that you are more than capable of conquering. Once you realize this concept, no excuse will be enough to hinder your journey again.

Coming Soon…

Gratitude Through The Storm: A Guided Gratitude Journal

Whispers of the Mind: How Thoughts Become Things

Like a lighthouse in the storm, gratitude will guide you through to calm waters. This guided gratitude journal is a very personal project of mine and I can’t wait to share it with you all. My life hasn’t seen the sun in almost two years, but when I remember to practice gratitude my ship sails smoothly through the day. When I forget the waves crash over me and I find myself flailing about amid troubled waters. Once I catch my breath I’m again drawn back to the light of gratitude and the inner peace it brings.

This journal is more than just another list of self help topics, or scientific facts. It’s a tried and true journey that I am on. I do believe I can see the clouds parting and the sun shining through . It’s time to share with you all.

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Humans have a hidden superpower. With it we can both create and destroy. In most people it is raw, unfiltered and troublesome. But, if we could train it and hone it to perfection, it is powerful enough to change the world.

There’s a wise old saying that says, “for as a man thinketh in his heart so is he.” What does that mean, exactly? It means you become what you think about regularly. Your consistent thoughts become your actions, and your actions change the reality around you. I know this sounds like a bunch of hoodoos, but I promise you there’s science behind it.

What if we trained our minds to create instead of to destroy? We could change the world with one mind at a time.

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All that we achieve and all that we fail to achieve is the direct result of our own thoughts. Self-control is strength. Right thought is mastery. Calmness is power. ” ― James Allen, As a Man Thinketh

Synova writes commentary on this famous self-help book first written by James Allen in 1902. As A Man Thinketh may be in the public domain now, but it is a work for the ages. Why isn’t this information included in our schools?

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