Your Checklist for Personal Empowerment

Your Checklist for Personal Empowerment

The word “empowerment” is used a lot in personal development circles but what does it really mean in practice?
I’ve put together a checklist for personal empowerment which, when followed, will enable you to embody the principles of empowerment in your everyday life. Some of these come from my own experience and others come from learning from other great teachers in fields of personal and spiritual development.

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Accepting Who You Really Are – The Blueprint for Self-Acceptance

Accepting Who You Really Are – The Blueprint for Self-Acceptance

Self-acceptance requires us to accept who we are at face value. To bask in the limelight of self-acceptance, we must acknowledge all the good and ‘bad’ about ourselves. We must embrace the positive and negative side of the traits and characteristics that form who we are as an individual. Self-acceptance is a significant indicator of our mental and emotional wellness. It challenges us to be okay with others seeing who we really are.

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5 Ways Perfectionism is Harmful

5 Ways Perfectionism is Harmful

Perfectionism is a problem that plagues many people, especially in this day and age. We put pressure on ourselves, our employees, our colleagues, our loved ones, and our children to be successful and perfect. This causes us to hold ourselves and others to impossible standards. This can cause all sorts of problems as we or our loved ones strive to reach these impossible standards, driving themselves crazy trying to achieve the impossible: perfection. In this article, I’ll explain the five ways in which perfectionism is harmful to you, rather than productive.

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