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Affirmation: New Opportunities Unleash My Hidden Talents and Strengths

Uncategorized Feb 16, 2019

There's no such thing as failure. Everything that happens is an opportunity for learning, for growth and the opportunity to unveil hidden talents and strengths. 

Did you know that Thomas Edison failed 10,000 times before he created the light bulb. Richard Branson dropped out of school at 15. Michael Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team and missed over 9,000 of his shots. Walt Disney's editor fired him for lack of creativity. Anna Wintour was fired from her first job as a junior fashion editor at Harper's Bazaar.

You've probably heard of these stories before and they bear repeating. Too often we look at other's success and forget what it took for them to get there. Each of the individuals listed, as you know, went on to great success in their careers and businesses. So can you!

If new opportunities scare you because of the possibility of failing, remember these famous people and keep this affirmation in mind. 

The Affirmation

My abilities are far-reaching, especially when I get the opportunity to exercise them. Every new opportunity allows me to display my hidden talents and strengths.

I look forward to new projects at work, as it gives me a chance to expand my competencies. Being able to work in different capacities makes me more valuable to my employer too.

In challenging personal circumstances, I am able to maintain a cool head. This allows me to settle the situation with a positive outcome.

I am patient and take the time to apply logical reasoning before taking action. These are two of my strengths that come to light in challenging situations.

When given the chance to work as part of a team, I look for various ways to contribute. I show others my abilities, which can be useful to future team projects. I market my talents and share my insights.

I avoid shying away from new responsibilities. I owe it to myself to try instead of giving up. I believe with enough self-confidence and effort, I can figure it out.

New experiences make life more interesting and rewarding, even if I am challenged. I use each experience to help me handle future situations in a more positive way.

Today, I look forward to facing whatever situation is presented to me. I know I am capable of finding a way to work things out. I possess talents and strengths that are just waiting to be unleashed.

Want to dig deeper?

Take some time to reflect on the following questions: 

  1. How can I prepare myself for unexpected situations?
  2. How can I shift my feelings and fears around failing or being embarrassed?
  3. Are there situations that cause me to feel nervous or under-qualified? How can I boost my confidence in these circumstances?

How did you enjoy that? Did you find it helpful? Drop me a note and let me know!

Live, laugh and unapologetically shine,

Carol

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