Do you ever think that you sell yourself short? Most of us do. We don’t really honor the amazing gifts we possess. We hover somewhere between adequate and almost good.
We know we have more potential. And when we consider that we’re not living our lives fully, it bothers us. But what to do? We feel like we don’t have the freedom to make sweeping changes. Money has to be made, kids need to be taken care of, the house needs to be cleaned, we need to get in shape, we require more sleep, etc.
So what cuts through that overwhelming blockade of “must dos”?
There is one simple thing you can do that will send shock waves through your life and will directly and powerfully impact your sense of self worth and how your external environment sees you: value the present moment.
It really is that simple. And here’s what it looks like:
Getting up in the morning, brush your teeth like it matters. Clean your body with care. Dry yourself off fully after a shower or bath.
Make your breakfast like it is the most important thing you’ll do all day. And then wash the dishes with the same importance.
Take one thing at work or one of your daily tasks, as do it with excellence and calm.
When you talk to someone, stop everything you’re doing and listen to them. Really listen. And when and if you reply, do so with thoughtfulness.
It’s simple, right? Actually, it is. It’s just a daily practice.
If you don’t value yourself, it might just be that it’s because you’re out of practice in valuing things in your life…
Try this for a week and you’ll be amazed at your results!
Love and blessings,