Growing up I was very self-aware and knew if I was going to accomplish anything in life I would have to be my own #1 cheerleader. Yet, despite knowing this, I struggled when it came to validating my own self-worth and truly loving me. I simply did not have the tools to practice real self-love. So, how exactly did I come to realize that my inner dialogue was harmful and false? How did I come to finally understand that I am amazing and that my true essence is soulful and beautiful?
Let the words you speak to yourself be kind ones. You will never speak to anyone more than you speak to yourself and the truth is that your thoughts hold so much power. At any given moment, within my own mind there are a variety of narratives underway. I recently learned how to be more self-aware. One of the results of practicing this is a positive turn in how I speak to myself. In the past I would often reprimand myself for any number of things including:
This Saturday I was fortunate enough to attend MogulX, and my second session of the day was titled “Finding Balance”, led by Health & Wellness Expert, Sophia Roe. Sophia opened up to us about a time in her life where she was most unhappy—and after lots of self-reflection, she realized it was a result of her losing sight of what was really important to her. And, that led to my big reveal...
Do you ever feel confused about whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert? Perhaps one Friday you can’t wait to go out with friends and meet new people at a bar, but the next nothing sounds better than staying in with a glass of wine and spending time alone. Does this sound familiar? If so, you may be may an ambivert. What exactly is an ambivert?