Being hard on yourself might be the very thing keeping you stuck. We think that being hard on ourselves means that we are driven, or have high standards, but being too tough on yourself is an ineffective approach to any goal you have in life. Being hard on yourself increases stress, decreases results and is a mindset that is driven from self-doubt and insecurity. Learn 10 proven ways to break the pattern of being too hard on yourself, even if you have been hard on yourself your entire life.
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I’m just hard on myself thoughts:
I’m not doing enough.
I should have done better.
I need to be better.
I am disappointed in myself.
I’ll never figure this out.
I need to stop messing up.
I can’t believe I ….
This should be easier.
I need to get this right.
This is really, really important.
What’s the difference between being too hard on yourself and having high standards for yourself / being driven in a healthy way?
You operate from a place of pressure and hustle, instead of peace and security (or confidence)
Being Hard Doesn’t Work.
You don’t need to “tough it out”
You don’t get to keep justifying it with things like “I just have high expectations…”
What you conceal doesn’t heal.
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Omg hi, Trish! I’ve been listening to your podcast for a long time now and I can’t believe I’m just now following your IG! Better late than never! I was listening to one episode yesterday where you mentioned that someone was speaking negative about you and how you aren’t this or that when it comes to your educational background and I just love how you didn’t allow that to stop you. Every topic of your podcast is relevant to my life and I appreciate every single last one I have the opportunity to hear. You are a precious gift from God in my life and I even let my 9 year old daughter tune in at times. You don’t need a special degree to help uplift others spirits with words of kindness and positive affirmations. You keep going and know that you are touching lives and souls all the way over here in my little nest.