[7GM1740] Be Yourself: The Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Learn

Today's topic is a reminder to just Be Yourself

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Audio reminding you to just Be Yourself Contributed by Our Friends at Life Transformation Network

In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, in our Mindful Monday segment, we get a reminder of one of the most important lessons we ever learn, and that is how important it is to just be yourself.

We're going to be talking about accepting yourself for who you are. It's a topic that is near and dear to my heart, and one that I think can help a lot of people who are struggling with self-acceptance.

One of the biggest obstacles to self-acceptance is the perfectionism trap. We often think that we need to be perfect in order to be worthy of love and acceptance, but that's just not true. In fact, it's impossible to be perfect. We're all human beings, which means we're all imperfect. And that's okay.

Accepting our imperfections is an essential part of accepting ourselves for who we are.

Another obstacle to self-acceptance is negative self-talk. We can be our own worst critics, constantly putting ourselves down and telling ourselves that we're not good enough. But negative self-talk is just a way of perpetuating the cycle of low self-esteem.

It's important to catch yourself when you're engaging in negative self-talk, and to instead focus on speaking kindly to yourself. You deserve your own compassion and understanding.

Lastly, another obstacle to self-acceptance is comparing ourselves to others. We live in a world that is constantly bombarding us with images of “perfect” people, which can make it difficult to feel good about ourselves.

But it's important to remember that everyone is on their own journey, and there is no such thing as a perfect person. We are all perfectly imperfect, and that's what makes us uniquely beautiful.

Accepting ourselves for who we are is an essential part of happiness and success in life. It's something that I'm still working on myself, but I know it's worth the effort because it allows us to lead lives of authenticity and joy.

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For more than 40 years, Jim Rohn honed his craft like a skilled artist helping people the world over sculpt life strategies that expanded their imagination of what is possible.

Those who had the privilege of hearing him speak can attest to the elegance and common sense of his material. It is no coincidence, then, that he is still widely regarded as one of the most influential thinkers of our time, and thought of by many as a national treasure.

He authored countless books and audio and video programs and helped motivate and shape an entire generation of personal-development trainers and hundreds of executives from America’s top corporations.

Jim focused on the fundamentals of human behavior that most affect personal and business performance. His is the standard to which those who seek to teach and inspire others are compared. He possessed the unique ability to bring extraordinary insights into ordinary principles and events, and the combination of his substance and style still captures the imagination of those who hear or read his words.


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