Yes, I can admit that I am guilty of career drifting. It is easy to find yourself as a career drifter when you are young, trying to find your way. When I started working, trying to get office experience, I worked temp for various jobs.
Have you realized when telling someone no, you are helping them? The other day, I told my friend no, I would not do the work she wanted me to do because she didn’t want to do it. It is not like she couldn’t do it, she was feeling lazy, but because she knew I was good at certain things, she tried her best to convince me to do her work.
Have you ever realized you are self-sabotaging your road to success by holding yourself back and not taking steps to achieve your goals and dreams? And, be successful? When you look at your life, is it everything you dreamed of? Is there anything about your reality that you don’t like?
I laugh at myself because I know better when I think about all the excuses I have used over the past years and other people’s excuses. But we do it anyway out of fear. Nothing gets done when you make excuses. When nothing is done, no one benefits.
Truth be told, I’ve been in the same position far too long. Have you ever woken up and felt like this, and like nothing is changing in your life? But when I look at some of my habits, I relative changing my habits is imperative to changing my life.
We all have this imposter living inside of us, holding us back when we need to kick it to the curb. This imposter syndrome gives you self-doubt and feeling of inadequacy. Have you ever told yourself you are not good enough or talked yourself out of doing something
Can I ask you a question, how invested are you in your self-betterment? Many of us are trying to be a better version of themselves. We want to invest in ourselves, LEVEL UP, as Ciara would say. But, there are a lot of misconceptions out there about investing in ourselves.
They say to be more effortless, but I am tired! We all experience tiredness and days we don’t want to do anything. We don’t even want to put any effort into doing anything because of how tired we are. I would take a power nap or rest, then return to work.
Last weekend, when I went to parent-teacher conferences, one of the teachers said they grade on effort. Yes, I was confused because I remember when I was in high school, I wanted to know the right answer. They weren’t grading on effort, but this is 2023.
Where are you on your self-discovery journey? Have you ever encountered someone who unknowingly made you aware that you must be comfortable with yourself? There is no reason to justify or explain why you are the way you are. For example, I might not be all