Once you’ve discovered who you are the next step in being true to yourself is self-acceptance.
This is the first of a 3-part series exploring what the phrase “to thine own self be true” means. In part 1 we will look at knowing yourself. Then part 2 will explore accepting yourself and finally, part 3 will look at expressing yourself.
Success is built on discipline and habits. Self-discipline is the cornerstone habit we need to succeed. Consistency in self-discipline leads to success.
It's the thought that counts! Why do we say this? This phrase is typically said in relation to gift-giving. But I’m wondering if the thought counts in other situations. Intentions, alone, are not enough.
I became dissatisfied with the way my life was going and I could see where I was headed and didn’t want to go there. I knew something needed to change and I knew the change should start with me.
Getting off the sidelines & engaging in life is the definition of No Longer a Bystander. I said YES to an opportunity for a speaking engagement with my husband!!