What’s wrong with me or what’s right with me?

Ever ask yourself “what’s wrong with me?” You look at your weaknesses first instead of your strengths. Unfortunately, that’s a common practice in our society. But–newsflash–people aren’t perfect! So why focus on imperfections? Why not focus on what’s right with us instead of what’s wrong with us. I’ve tried this recently and it’s pretty refreshing to look at what I’m doing well, what I’m pretty good at, and what I can make happen because of natural abilities. When I think of others this way it helps my whole outlook on life improve.

Sure, we have weaknesses and we still need to work on those. But we’re given strengths, too. They should be a bigger focus.

“Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…as we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” – Marianne Williamson

Ask yourself “what’s right with me” and watch your world change.

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