Two Methods To Avoid Belittling Yourself

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Too many people intensely blame themselves when they do not succeed. If they do not accomplish all of their to-dos, they will mentally destroy themselves, internally thinking, “I can’t do this” or “this is too overwhelming”. This noise runs through their mind, and creates anger that takes away from the energy they need to thrive in their business or personal lives. While people should hold themselves accountable, intellectually degrading yourself on a frequent basis does not help your cause.

Top psychologists point out that getting angry at yourself can be useful once in a while. Realistically, the interval of your internal-anger should probably be once a month or less frequent. Think about getting angry at yourself; it takes work. Your body may begin to heat up, the flow of your thoughts is disrupted, and your performance wanes. The energy and focus it took you to get angry at yourself could have been used to propel action to manifest your dreams. Most of the time, long bouts of anger do not get the payout you want.

Two strategies to reduce the self-loathing are:

1. Realize that this anger is not helping you. At the time of frustration, you think it helps to get mad. It does not. It channels your focus, attention and fear tolerance, but living in anger does not get you optimal results.

2. Understand your accomplishments. You have done so much! Let’s be honest–your work ethic and diligence in your fields of interest are stellar. You are an achiever, a pioneer, a champion of success. Now act like it. Act like a respectful, honorable champion.

It is my hope that these strategies elevate your life. Please comment below describing how you will stop belittling yourself, and to join our community of conscious motivators and entrepreneurial achievers.

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