Month: March 2022

Overcoming Morning Anxiety – What Helped Me!

Overcoming Morning Anxiety – What Helped Me!

Today I will be sharing some tips for overcoming morning anxiety and what measures I have put in place in the past to help with it. Do you struggle with morning anxiety? Are the first thoughts that enter your mind so negative and so dreadful…

Honour your Sorrow – Spiritual Shorts

Honour your Sorrow – Spiritual Shorts

Honour your Sorrow – Spiritual Shorts   When it hurts, observe, life is attempting to guide you towards a lesson. Your pain, your sorrow, your desperate seeking, it is energy. Sometimes gentle, sometimes fierce, sometimes even volcanic, but energy nonetheless. Strip away the labels and concepts,…

16 Tips for Personal Growth – Ultimate Guide!

16 Tips for Personal Growth – Ultimate Guide!

Everyone wants to be happy, and personal growth is a wonderful way to reach happiness through sense of achievement.

You have to be better than you were yesterday. You have to grow to that point in your life where you can look back and say, “I’m proud of how far I’ve come.”

Putting in the effort required to improve yourself is not easy, and this is why few people go through with it.

However, if you’re at a place in your life where you’ve grown weary of living the basic life, then this post is for you.

If you want to do more, experience more, and be more, then keep reading.

Personal growth largely centres on embracing a growth mindset, which is the belief that you can improve your skills through effort, input from others, and good strategies.

This guide overviews some insights from research on personal growth, as well as insights from my personal experience.

Personal growth is a journey that doesn’t happen overnight.

But with a little determination and an open mind, it can improve your life drastically.

In this post, I share 16 personal growth tips that’ll help improve your life.

Personal growth is a journey, and to achieve real progress, you have to be willing to make it a lifestyle. It’s not a quick hack; it’s a process.




Why is personal growth important?

Whether it be intellectually, morally, physically or all of the above, personal growth is the direct result of efforts made to improve yourself.

Sometimes referred to as self-improvement or self-actualisation, the purpose of personal growth is to improve one’s habits, behaviour, actions and reactions.

Some examples of personal growth include:

  • Learning to stay present
  • Learning to control your anger
  • Learning to overcome the urge to procrastinate
  • Taking time to be there for your body through exercise and a healthy diet.
  • Learning to break the habit of laziness
  • Learning to be more considerate
  • Learning to become more responsible
  • Developing new skills and learning new things
  • Changing your mindset
  • Adopting a more positive attitude

Those are just a few examples; the potential list is endless.


16 Tips for Personal Growth – Ultimate Guide!

As you keep growing, life will become more fulfilling. But how do you grow to become a better, happier version of yourself?

Here are 16 things you can start to do now.


Make time for rest

Before you learn how to be better, it’s important to start with the basics.

You need to have your basic needs met before you move on to self-improvement.

Part of that is to make time for rest and self-care.

There are many different types of rest. Are there moments in your schedule where you have the opportunity to do nothing and take a break?


Those quiet moments of rest can help you decompress and process what happened in your day.

That’s why making time for rest can do wonders for your well-being.

Plus, when you’re well-rested, you’ll have more bandwidth to work on the other ways you can better yourself.



Create a morning routine

I know it sounds mundane but it has been proven over and over.

I disagreed with this notion for a very long time until I actually proved it to myself.

Typically, I would wake up with just enough time to shower, get dressed and grab breakfast to go.

But when I changed this habit, something almost miraculous happened – I was more alert, focused and much more productive throughout the day.

Having a morning routine helps to set the tone for the day.

It helps to develop good habits that can enable us to focus, accomplish more, achieve our goals, and improve our life overall.



Start a gratitude practice

One way to learn how to be a better person is by being grateful for what you have.

Practicing gratitude for your current situation can help you avoid feeling bitter about what you don’t have.

You don’t have to feel grateful about huge things, either.

Try to notice the small things that make you happy and make you feel grateful.

You can fine-tune your gratitude practice over time. With practice, it gets easier to naturally think of what you’re grateful for.

This new perception can change your life for the better.

Focus on what you do have, and not what you do not.



Try meditation

Meditation provides you with a great way to slow down in a fast-paced world.

Even just a few minutes a day of meditation can help you better yourself and improve your mental health.

A recent study has shown that meditation can improve anxiety, depression, and pain scores, especially during times of crisis.

You’ll also become more aware of your thought patterns.

This mindfulness means you can learn more about yourself over time.

It can help you spot bad habits that are making a negative impact on your mood and your life.

Meditation can also help you practice mindful breathing and improve your self-awareness.



Practice mindfulness

Mindfulness is a practice that allows you to stay present regardless of what’s going on around you.

Mindfulness is another practice that benefits the mind.

To simply put it, mindfulness is an act of intentional living.

Intentional Living in the sense that it requires you to bring consciously bring your attention to the now and focus with all of your senses on all that is occurring at the present moment.

This state of mind can be easily achieved through the practice of constant mindfulness living and meditation.

For example, when you are completing a simple task, such as washing up, give your 100% attention to it and do not let you mind take over.


Every time your mind starts thinking thoughts, revert back to the task in hand with 100% attention.

When you are living in the present moment, the gap in consciousness becomes longer and the thoughts and illusions of the mind quiet down with it.

The more you practice the more at peace you become.

Achieving a constant state of mindfulness is difficult, especially if you experience things like anxiety or sensory overload.

To improve your own ability to move mindfully through the day, start with practices in a controlled environment.

Set aside alone time each day to try meditation, yoga, or deep breathing exercises.

The more you practice these things in a controlled environment, the more your body will help you navigate experiences that are not in your control.



Practice self-forgiveness

Wallowing in guilt and regret can seem like a productive thing to do, but that’s because many of us are inclined toward self-punishment.

The reality is that refusing to move on from a mistake or an error is not helpful.

Learn to recognise your mistakes and errors while also acknowledging that you always have the room to do better next time.



Let go of the past

Who doesn’t have regrets? Who hasn’t made mistakes in the past?

You are not alone; everyone around you has their fair share of regrets.

All of us have made mistakes and wish to change the past and day dream of how things would be different.

But time has passed, people have come and gone and you aren’t at the same place anymore.

Don’t let your guilt weigh you down; always believe that everything happened for your own sake and if not for your past, you wouldn’t be where you are right now.

You have no control over time, and today will pass too; it’s up to you if you choose to mourn over your past or make peace with it and move on to better things.



Practice self-awareness

We often assume that we’re self-aware because we may understand how our words and actions affect others.

However, how often do we turn that self-awareness inward and examine our own feelings?

Getting back to the basics with our emotions is an important part of personal growth.

When you feel emotions that make you uncomfortable, don’t try to ignore them.

Instead, sit with them, ask yourself what’s uncomfortable about them, and do your best to identify what made those emotions arise.



Step out of your comfort zone

Expand, push, and cross the lines of your comfort zone.

You cannot become what you want to be unless you move your boundaries a little bit.


Yes, it is scary and can be the hardest thing you have ever done, but being scared means you are about to do something great for yourself.

Don’t wait for yourself to be ready because you will never be as ready as you are now for nothing ever grows in the comfort zone.


Don’t chase perfection

Many people are plagued with the idea of perfection and they spend most their time and energy to achieve something that doesn’t exist.

Every single of us has imperfections and flaws that we wish to erase, but the truth that you are not perfect and you will never be; make peace with the fact and stop striving for perfection.

Whether it’s your work or your appearance or your life, there will always be some room for improvement.

Instead of running after perfection, aim for progress.


Put your current habits on the examination table

A lot of the less productive or even self-destructive habits we have are actually responses to our uncomfortable emotions.

When we don’t feel good, we tend to seek out ways to either replicate good feelings or distract ourselves.

After sitting with uncomfortable emotions, pay attention to your urges.

What do you normally do at a time like this?

Once you start exposing the connection between discomfort and your responses to discomfort, you can start replacing your current habits (sometimes also referred to as coping mechanisms) with new habits that are more productive.


Surround yourself with good souls

The kind of company you keep affects you more than you think.

You will meet many people and some of them will make you happy, some will bring you down, some will make you question your morals and some will inspire you.

You should surround yourself with people who bring out the best in you, those who always inspire you to move forward in life.

You are going to be as good as the people around you, so surround yourself with good souls and let go of those who bring you down.



“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are”- Mason Cooley.

A book is someone’s experience, feelings, thoughts, perception, and world; when you read, your mind wanders to places that nobody has seen.

You get to be the writer’s friend as you understand him through his words; you can travel in time and meet all sorts of creatures through books.

Your horizons expand and books give your mind wings to take a flight to the place where you can see things differently.

Books are your constant friends and teachers and the wisest of the counsellors; read as much as you can and forget the world.


Practice saying no to assert your boundaries

It can be easy to say yes to everyone and everything, even when you don’t feel comfortable.

This can be true at work and in your personal life.

Some family members invite you to their home the day you set aside for you-time?

You’re allowed to say no and keep that day to yourself.

Your manager asks you to take a look at something while you’re on vacation?

You can also choose to say no.




I’m sometimes a bit reluctant to mention affirmations as I think you generally either love them or hate them – but as cheesy as they can be, reciting an affirmation can be really helpful for creating a more positive mindset.

I always prefer to write my own ones based on what I’m struggling with kind of reversed.

At the moment I have an affirmation that is ‘I am happy and positive even when I can’t control the situation or outcome’.


Think about where the negativity is and see if you can flip it into a positive statement.

I was stressing out over a situation I couldn’t control, so my affirmation is really helpful to remind me that even when I can’t be in control, I can still be happy and positive.

Just saying it to myself when I wake up, or when I’m having a bit of a wobble can help.



Create an evening routine

Lastly, create an evening routine.

An evening routine can be just as important as having a morning routine because it helps you wind down, relieve stress, and can help you to get better sleep.



16 tips for personal growth – final thoughts

No matter what stage of life you’re in or what battles you’re fighting, personal growth is always possible.

Use these tips to find the best approach to personal growth for you and remember, it won’t happen overnight!

I would love to hear your thoughts below on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.






14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C  21st March 2022

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Allow Yourself To Just Be – Spiritual Shorts

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How to Let Go of Anger and Resentment – Ultimate Guide!

How to Let Go of Anger and Resentment – Ultimate Guide!

Today I will diving deep into the subject of how to let go of anger and resentment.

I’ve been there, you know that feeling in your chest just won’t go away, and it’s starting to slowly eat you up each day.

Anger, sadness, rage, anxiety, bitterness, tiredness, fear, resentment so many negative emotions mixed together. So much pain. So much pure and unexpressed suffering.

When will these feelings dissolve? When will you finally feel calm, grounded, and happy again? It all seems like too much for one person to carry.

You just want to enjoy life again without the tormenting weight of anguish and bitterness in your chest. You just want to feel whole again.

If you’re currently facing all these negative feelings inside, I want you to know that you’re not alone.

I know what it’s like to carry so much pain inside of you that you go physically and mentally numb.

I know how it feels to carry a shattered heart and a deep void of emptiness within.

I know what it’s like to be on the bleeding edge of despair and utter desolation. And I have seen this struggle countless time in other people too.

But although everything around you may have lost its colour, although you’re struggling to make meaning out of what has happened to you, there is hope.

Like the moon and stars in the night sky, there are still beacons of light to be found in your darkness.

One of these beacons is the practice of letting go.

Disclaimer: I am not in any way a certified therapist/councillor, therefore all the advice given is from my own experience and should not be taken as medical advice. 



How resentment affects us

Resentment is created within us when another person, especially someone we care deeply for, does something that either harms us or those we care about.

There are many examples of this: your partner cheats on you, your best friend lets you down, or someone abuses you or keeps you from an opportunity.

This hurts immediately, however, the bigger story is what happens over time. A few things:

  1. You never look at the person the same again: If, in fact, you knew and looked kindly upon the person at one point, you’re now gravely disappointed.
  2. You find it harder to trust others: When someone like this happens, it extends off into how you see others, not just them.
  3. You hurt deeply, often blaming the person for your circumstances.

And if you continue to allow that resentment to sit unchallenged, it will fester and cause you much pain over time.

Holding on to anger and resentment makes us take impulsive decisions and leaves us irritated which compromises our professional and personal relationships.

Therefore, it is really important to learn to let go of anger and resentment.


Is anger and resentment a bad emotion?

Absolutely not.

The ways that someone expresses anger can be a poor choice.

A lot of times anger comes out but really when you take a deeper look it’s because there’s underlying sadness, hurt, fear, or another emotion.


What are the signs of resentment?

When you feel the same emotion, such as anger continually or reoccurring you’re probably feeling some resentment.

When we don’t process that emotion of anger, it’s very common for resentment to build.

Other signs include the inability to stop thinking about the triggering event or circumstance, feelings of regret, tension in the relationship, or fear of conflict about the issue.


How to Let Go of Anger and Resentment – Ultimate Guide!

How do you let go of anger and resentment once and for all?

Letting go of resentment is a healing process in which you stop feeling angry towards another.

You no longer want to punish them for what they did and instead understand more deeply what leads people to do things that hurt you.

It allows you to realise freedom, the freedom to love and care for yourself.

Depending on how deep your resentment runs it may take some time to heal.

Now let’s go in some practices that will help you let go of anger and resentment.


Forgiveness is a gift to yourself

If you can realise that forgiveness is a gift you give to yourself, then you’ll be motivated to do it. To rid yourself of anger and resentment.

Anger should be like a sneeze; it comes out and then it’s over.


A lot of people, once they get hurt, if the hurt runs deep enough, then they carry, they nurse, as the phrase goes.

They nurse that grudge, they feed that grudge with their precious bodily energy.

They grow it, they just can’t let go of it. It’s like they have to keep visiting it every day, month after month, year after year.


Cultivate forgiveness

In a quiet moment, really reach to find compassion for the person’s shortcomings, not the deed itself. This may be very hard work.

What insecurities or fears motivated him or her? Why is the person’s heart so closed? What caused his or her moral blindness?

Try to discern the context of the person’s actions. At this point, you may be inwardly able to ask yourself to start to forgive. Perhaps you’re not there yet — that’s okay.

The request itself sets off a stream of compassion, a cleansing of your system. Repeat the exercise once a day for at least a week.

See if your energy improves. I’ll bet you’ll feel a burden lift.


Set your intention to release the resentment

The purpose of releasing resentments is to increase your energy and to feel better. Select a target: a critical mother, a controlling boyfriend, a cutthroat colleague.

Perhaps you’ve tried to discuss the grievance with no results. (Always attempt to work things out if the person is the slightest bit receptive.)

Or your target may truly be unapproachable. In either case, away from the person, air your resentments without sugar-coating it.

Do this in a journal, or with a therapist or friend. For example, say, “I despise the double-crossing conniver because…” Frankly, expressing your feelings is necessary to forgive.


Identify the source of anger

Identification of the source of anger is really important to know the track.

When dealing with anger, recognise what makes you angry and what keeps you holding onto anger.

After recognising, the best way to let go of anger is to escape such situations, relax, and restructure your thoughts.

The other way to identify the source is to take a step back and think. While thinking and evaluating, you will be able to think about how to escape such situations.


Acknowledge your power

You may not have control over the situation or person, but you do have control over your actions.

Make the choice to “let it go” and focus on healing yourself.

Replaying and recreating situations in your mind only give you a false sense of control and strength.

Embrace real power and dictate how you live, rather than being a victim to someone else.

Make a commitment to yourself to stop reliving the past hurt or fantasising about what you could have or should have said or done.


Understand it’s a process

There isn’t some magical way to come to forgiveness overnight.

Letting go of the grudges you have will come gradually, so be patient with yourself. And ask that others also be patient with you.

Often times you’re the only person that knows you’re still carrying these feelings around, but if someone is actively seeking your forgiveness, don’t feel pressured to say you’ve gotten there when you’re still stewing.

This is often how grudges form. We don’t allow ourselves enough time and we expect too much of ourselves and others.

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Acknowledge the joy in your life

When hurt, we tend to focus on the past rather than the present. We miss the blessings around us because we are so focused on the pain and perceived hell, we find ourselves in.

Rumination will not change anything except keeping you stuck in the pain. Sometimes it’s helpful to have a cue to bring us back to the here-and-now if we find our minds moving backwards.

This could be a simple affirmation. For example, it could be long – “I create my own reality and joy. I choose happiness in my life” – or short – “I choose happiness.”



Stay grounded in the present moment

Being mindful of where you are in life’s journey right now allows you to assess and identify which steps can be taken next.

You can’t change the past, and the future will unfold as it needs to. Believe in yourself and your potential.


Let go of the urge to fight. Accept things as they are, not as you want them to be. Stop trying to force things to happen.

As Jack Kornfield wisely said:

Let go of the battle. Breathe quietly and let it be. Let your body relax and your heart soften. Open to whatever you experience without fighting.”



Change yourself only

After all, the only person you can change is yourself. Why frustrate yourself trying to change someone else?

By forgiving yourself and moving forward, you become the best version of yourself and show others a higher way of being.

Others can follow if they want. Let go of the need to control what they do and how they are. That’s their choice and responsibility, not yours.



Ask for help

I know I’m not perfect. So, I called upon a trusted friend, explained what happened, and asked for their honest assessment of what occurred.

I asked them point blank to help me see how I had contributed to this breakdown in communication.

A word of caution here:  pick people you know will be brutally honest with you, or they may just blow smoke up your backside, leaving you feeling more justified in your anger.

The goal is to gain clarity and move away from the anger, not towards it.

If you don’t have any friends like that, see a therapist or counsellor to help you navigate your anger and help you move past it.

At some point, we all need to let go of the blame and take responsibility for our behaviour and the role it plays in making or breaking the relationship.


How to Let Go of Anger and Resentment – Final thoughts

Forgiving and letting go isn’t something you do for another person – it’s something you do for yourself. It offers you freedom, so embrace it in a healthy way.

I’ve only started walking down this path, but the peace I’ve found on the way keeps me headed down it, with high hopes of leaving my biggest grudges behind.

I would love to hear your thoughts on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.






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Daily affirmations for success – 100 of the Best!

Daily affirmations for success – 100 of the Best!

Today I will be sharing with you some of the best, selected and most powerful daily affirmations for success and prosperity to succeed in life.

Try and make it a habit and use these positive affirmations daily and repeat them everyday.

These are the most powerful as well as workable positive affirmations to say everyday to manifest success, happiness, wealth, prosperity and/or whatever you wish for in life.

Never underestimate the power of positive affirmations to pick you up by the bootstraps and set you back on the road to your goals. We all have down days and times.

When you’re in a slump it can seem that your dreams are so out of reach that they’ve disappeared completely from the horizon of possibilities.

But that’s just a temporary condition. No storm lasts forever, and they often end in rainbows.

Find some affirmations in the sample lists below that work for you.

Chances are, they may also serve as a catalyst for creating your own.



What’s an affirmation?

A positive affirmation is a statement used to challenge a negative and unhelpful thought.

By repeating a positive affirmation, you begin to challenge your unhelpful subconscious thinking patterns and replace them with more realistic and helpful ones.

They can be used to boost your self-esteem, help you achieve your goals, or help you push through fear.

Affirmations have been incredibly useful to me.

They’ve helped me, time and time again, to break out of negative thinking patterns and to build healthier ones.

In the past, I’ve used them to boost my confidence, push through fear, build boundaries in life, and to find greater joy in life.

Today though, I’m looking for some to achieve success.

If you’ve been going through something similar, I hope these affirmations will remind and empower you to be your authentically incredible selves!

Choose one affirmation that speaks most to you (or write your own version!) and repeat it to yourself each morning.


Using Affirmations for Achievement

Affirmations are a great way to counter any soul-crushing doubt and keep your motivation high.

The morning is the perfect time to use them to set yourself up for success all day.

If you use these success affirmations and feel deep emotion as you are reciting your affirmations, they help to put you into the right mindset and stay focused on your goals.

That doubt will begin to disappear and you’ll stay motivated to meet your goals and live the life of your dreams!

Practicing your motivational affirmations in the morning can help forge those neural pathways in the brain that will help lead you to making better choices, staying focused, and staying motivated all day long.


Remember, affirmations that work are positive, powerful, and present tense.

Negative words can distract you and detract from your goals. So, you’ll find none here!

Find the affirmations that resonate most with you, write them down, recite them, and view them every day.

Now lets get into the 100 affirmations for success.


Daily affirmations for success – 100 of the Best!

Remember, these are daily affirmations for success, not one-time affirmations – repetition is key.

Feeling that these things are out there and are already yours is key.  Life externalises from your thoughts and beliefs.

  1. I am successful.
  2. I am a magnet for success.
  3. Love, health and success are attracted to me.
  4. I have unstoppable confidence within me.
  5. Life just feels great all of the time.
  6. There is always a way if I am committed.
  7. I am so excited because all of my dreams are coming true.
  8. Great things always seem to come my way.
  9. I am a naturally happy person.
  10. I am a naturally confident person.
  11. Opportunities just seem to fall right into my lap.
  12. I am full of energy and life.
  13. I am a good person who deserves success and happiness.
  14. I love myself for who I am.
  15. Everything always works out for me.
  16. I am highly motivated and productive.
  17. It doesn’t matter what others think of me, for I know who I am.
  18. I am a centre for positivity, joy and love.
  19. I am incredibly grateful for all of my success.
  20. I use positive thinking to manifest a positive life.
  21. I choose to think positive and create a wonderful life for myself.
  22. I find it easy to succeed at everything I do.
  23. People look at me and wonder how I so naturally attract success.
  24. I think BIG.
  25. I act fearlessly.
  26. The universe always provides for me.
  27. I am so happy and grateful for my life.
  28. Things have a way of working themselves out.
  29. I have such an amazing life.
  30. I am so lucky.  Life is rigged in my favour.
  31. I love who I am and I love my life.
  32. My goals and dreams always come true.
  33. I am passionate about constantly being better and more successful.
  34. Somehow the universe just always helps me achieve my goals.
  35. My dreams are materializing before my very eyes.
  36. The wealth of the universe is circulating in my life and flowing to me in avalanches of prosperity.
  37. Money wants me.
  38. I am very motivated, driven and ambitious.
  39. I can easily pick myself up and lift my spirits when needed.
  40. I find it easy to be optimistic.
  41. I only permit positive thoughts to remain in my mind.
  42. Wealth is all around me.
  43. I am surrounded by abundance.
  44. When I go after what I want, it comes to me.
  45. My mind is a magnet for all good things.
  46. I have success in all areas of my life.
  47. I am grateful that I am so healthy, happy and successful.
  48. Success comes naturally to me.
  49. Everything I do always results in great success.
  50. I can never fail, for everything that happens contributes to me being better.
  51. The seeds of my greatness lie in my mind.
  52. I am love, health and wealth.
  53. My affirmations for success always bear fruit.
  54. Others are inspired by my success.
  55. I am incredibly successful.
  56. I am decisive, confident and take action.
  57. It is so easy to achieve my goals.
  58. The universe is friendly and helps me to achieve my dreams.
  59. Right now, I am exactly what and where I want to be.
  60. Others are attracted to me because I am always successful.
  61. I continuously enhance all areas of my life.
  62. Life just keeps getting better and better.
  63. Every day I move closer to my goals and dreams.
  64. I am resilient, persistent and dedicated.
  65. I have the will and desire to reach unlimited heights of success.
  66. I can and will achieve whatever I set my mind to.
  67. I deserve success.
  68. I give of myself and the universe showers me in rewards.
  69. Wealth and success are normal for me.
  70. I am happy, healthy and wealthy.
  71. Life is an incredibly exciting and beautiful journey.
  72. The vision within me is creating the world around me.
  73. I am full of boundless positive energy.
  74. I see happiness and success wherever I go.
  75. Everywhere I go I create joy, love and success.
  76. Success comes from my mind.
  77. My beliefs determine my reality and I am the master of my beliefs.
  78. There is nothing I cannot do.
  79. I am a force for positive change.
  80. Happiness and success are automatic for me.
  81. My positive affirmations for love and success always work.
  82. I have the power to create my life the way I want it.
  83. I can move mountains with my mind.
  84. I believe deeply that I can achieve anything.
  85. Every day I am more and more successful.
  86. Success comes effortlessly to me.
  87. My life is filled with abundance and prosperity.
  88. It is so easy for me to succeed, even in the face of criticism.
  89. I know what I want and I achieve it.
  90. I can motivate myself with the snap of my fingers.
  91. I am strong, powerful and confident.
  92. I am destined for greatness.
  93. Life is a great adventure.
  94. Today I will take steps towards realizing my dreams.
  95. Everything I could every want or need is already out there, waiting to come to me.
  96. I feel refreshed, excited and determined to excel today.
  97. I can get myself in the right state of mind easily and in an instant.
  98. My thoughts create my reality and I am the master of my thoughts.
  99. I am in charge of my life.
  100. My thoughts and ideas are the seedlings of my success.


Daily affirmations for success – Final thought

You now have an idea of everything about affirmations for success.

It’s now your turn to pick the affirmation that are relevant to you and say them to yourself on a daily basis.

Affirmations are not something that you simply say once off and expect to see massive improvements.

The secret is repetition (do it regularly) and feel each word as you say them, experience what you’re saying.

Wait and see how affirmations will change and improve your life for the better.

Which of these affirmations for self-esteem resonates the most with you today?

Comment below, feel free to ask me questions. I am more than happy to answer anytime.

Share these affirmations and you may just transform somebody’s life!

I would love to hear your thoughts below on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.






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