Affirmation: I combat de-motivation with belief in my worth.
I believe in myself. I am confident that I can rise above challenging circumstances because I have what it takes to do so.
My spiritual connection is strong, fortifying my strength whenever I feel a greater need for it.
When things happen that threaten to de-motivate me and make me question my attributes, I remind myself that negative forces exist to try and keep me down. However, I know that I am worthy, and no external force can change that belief.
When my employer indicates displeasure with my work, I admit it is easy to lose hope. But then I remind myself of my value.
I know I have it in me to overcome any challenges holding me back. So I push a little harder and complete the task at hand with excellence.
Today, I accept the challenge of believing in myself in every situation.
I look within to find the strength to motivate myself to keep going, especially after failure. I know that failure has nothing to do with defining my worth.
In fact, such obstacles help me to recognize just how strong, capable and worthy I really am!
Homework/ Self-Reflective Questions/ Journal Prompts:
1. What steps can I take to build my self-confidence?
2. Do I look to the support of family and friends to encourage me to persevere?
3. How do I feel when I am successful after convincing myself to keep going?
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