We often find ourselves dwelling on the ways we didn’t get it right, the times we fell short. But how often do we acknowledge and celebrate the moments when we truly showed up the way we wanted to?
This is where reviewing and celebrating come into play. It’s not just about patting ourselves on the back; it’s about gathering evidence. Many of us have been collecting evidence of our ‘not enoughness’ or ‘too muchness’ for far too long. It’s time to shift that perspective by checking in with ourselves and seeing the whole picture, not just the small part that isn’t as we want it.
By reviewing our actions and celebrating our successes, big or small, we start to collect new evidence. Evidence that speaks to our strengths, resilience, and the positive impact we’ve had on ourselves and others.
Actions speak louder than words, so let’s talk about a simple yet powerful action you can take—introducing the daily & weekly review sheets.
Each day, take a moment to reflect on your actions. What went well? Where did you shine? By consistently filling out this daily review sheet, you’ll not only celebrate your successes but also build a reservoir of positive evidence that supports your confidence journey.
Remember, celebrating ourselves is not about arrogance; it’s about self-appreciation and recognizing the progress we’re making. Let’s build a foundation of positivity and self-love that propels us forward on this incredible journey.
Tools for this Lesson
As we embrace Lesson 5, ‘Review & Celebrate,’ I invite you to adopt the review sheets as a tool for cultivating a positive mindset. Celebrate your victories, no matter how small, and let’s continue this journey with gratitude and self-love.
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