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You have achieved several things in your life. You should appreciate them. Many people don’t. They marginalize their achievements. If you do this, you need to stop. It can set up barriers to achieving more. Learn how to break those barriers by recognizing and appreciating your achievements.
1. Write down all your achievementsthat you can remember. Try to think back as far as you can. Don’t limit yourself. If you had achievements in high school or college, put those down as well. This action will help show you everything you have achieved. It will give you confidence in your ability to accomplish anything you set your mind to.
2. Create a blog about your achievements. First, it will get you to write about them and how you got to where you are. Second, you never know who you may inspire by describing your experiences. When your blog becomes popular, it will motivate you to achieve more because you want to keep your editorial calendar as full as possible.
3. Align your daily to-do lists with your overall goals. If you don’t have higher-level goals defined, start with these. To-do lists are good tools unless you are not performing the right tasks. High-level goals will help you determine what you need to be doing on your to-do lists.
This post is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered therapy.This blog is only for informational and educational purposes and should not be considered therapy or any form of treatment. We are not able to respond to specific questions or comments about personal situations, appropriate diagnosis or treatment, or otherwise provide any clinical opinions. If you think you need immediate assistance, call your local doctor/psychologist or psychiatrist or the SADAG Mental Health Line on 011 234 4837. If necessary, please phone the Suicide Crisis Line on 0800 567 567 or sms 31393.
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