Your Inner Voice Is To Help You, Not To Hurt You

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Your inner voice is to help you succeed in life, not to stop you from achieving your goals. If you want to succeed, if you want to move from where you are to where you want to be, you have to connect with your inner voice. Your inner voice is your friend, not your enemy.

Your inner voice is to help you, not to hurt you. Don’t accept negative affirmations from your inner voice. If your inner critic is pushing you to settle for less, reject it. If your inner critic is telling you thousands of things that you cannot do, reject them. Don’t accept them. Don’t allow them to be your reality.

No matter what your inner critic is telling you, don’t let it stop you from moving forward. Don’t let your inner critic tell you that you are not good enough, that you are lazy, that you are not beautiful, that you are a loser, or that you can never amount to anything in life.

Listen to the voice that is telling you how beautiful you are, how good you are, how intelligent you are, how smart you are, how tall you are, how healthy you are. Embrace this voice, celebrate this voice, and love this voice.

When you listen to your healthy inner voice, your self-worth, your confidence, your self-esteem will go up. But if you spend your time listening to your unhealthy inner voice, your self-worth, your confidence, your self-esteem will suffer. If you want to protect yourself, your health, your life, and your relationships from going down, listen to your healthy inner voice.

According to Buddha, “Peace comes from ; do not seek it without.” To live a healthier, happier life, listen to your healthy inner voice.

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3 Pat Summitt Quotes On How To Take Responsibility For Your Actions

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Success starts with taking responsibility for our actions. Successful people take responsibility for their actions. They don’t blame people. They blame themselves. So, if you want to change things that are not working for you, if you want to really fix the mess that you have created in your life, take responsibility. Hold yourself accountable for what you have done to yourself and the people around you.

There is power in taking responsibility for your actions. It gives you control over your life. But if you blame other people for what you have done to yourself, you are giving your power away. You are telling them ‘to control you.’ You are telling them to help you fix your problems. Look, if they manage to help you, who do you think will be the master? To be your own master, to control your life, take responsibility to fix your own mess. Don’t give the key to your life to anyone. No matter what, hold on to it.

Let us see what Pat Summitt says about the art of taking responsibility:

Accountability is the essential to personal growth, as well as team growth. How can you improve if you are never wrong? If you don’t admit a mistake and take responsibility for it, you are bound to make the same mistake again.”- Pat Summitt, coach

To grow in life, in your career, in your relationships with good people, you MUST learn how to say, “I am sorry.” This is the issue with lots of people, including myself. If you make a mistake, admit it. Don’t try to defend yourself. If you do, you are making the situation worse for yourself, because the person you are dealing with is not going to be happy with you. In order to avoid that, you must be very good at admitting a mistake. That is the only way out of trouble. It is not easy to do. Learn how to say ‘you are sorry.’ Practice it. Make it a habit, and you will overcome it.

“If you don’t want responsibility, don’t sit in the big chair. To be successful, you must accept full responsibility.”- Pat Summitt, coach

If you want to achieve success in life, you MUST learn how to take responsibility. No one will take it for you. Responsibility is holding yourself accountable for your failures and successes. It means you are responsibility for your life. It means you are answerable to yourself. It means you are the one who is in control of your life. If you want to do great things, learn how to take responsibility.

“Responsibility equals accountability equals ownership. And a sense of ownership is the most powerful weapon a team or organization can have.”- Pat Summitt, coach

When you take responsibility for your actions, it means you are the OWNER of your life. It means you are in control of your life. It means you are the one driving your life. It means you are ready to take the rough rough road to success. A sense of ownership is what you need to succeed in life. Whatever you do, own it.