Many of us run through life at breakneck speed, never taking the time to really ask ourselves how we feel about ourselves. In fact, some people might roll their eyes at just reading this. But there is a good reason for taking inventory of our feelings, and there's never going to be a better time to do it.
After you answer the 5 questions below, you may find that you are a pretty awesome person--in fact, you may find that you like yourself better after answering these questions!
As you ask yourself the questions below, recall actual experiences.
How do you feel when you figure out how to to do something?
How do you feel when you do something kind for someone (especially someone who cannot return the favor)?
How do you feel when you successfully fight the urge to say or do something you know you shouldn't?
How do you feel when you do something you didn’t think you could do?
How do you feel when someone expresses their appreciation for something you said or did?
Hopefully your answers have revealed or confirmed that you are truly awesome. When we feel better about ourselves, we generally feel better about our circumstances and are more optimistic about our future.
It's not arrogant to recognize that you're actually pretty awesome. It's confidence. And confidence is attractive. When we're confident in our worth and value, we feel better about ourselves, and we tend to make better decisions for our lives. That's why I wrote How To Get To AWESOME--101 ways to find your best self. I want to help everyone feel valuable and worthy, and yes, AWESOME, in the truest sense of the word.
Awesomeness is a frame of mind, a way of being, an attitude, and a journey that becomes a lifestyle. When you are confident of your specific brand of awesomeness, you become unstoppable!
How to get to Awesome is 50% off now because I want you to have it. I wrote it for YOU, so you can find your best self and fulfill the purpose for which you were perfectly matched!
Rhonda Sciortino, author of 30 Days To Happiness (featured on Ellen DeGeneres' show and included in her Kind Box), created personal and professional success using the life lessons she learned through a difficult childhood. Now she shares how others can use the obstacles in their lives as stepping stones to a their real success.