Go All In –Stop Selling Yourself Short

03013_express021Enough is enough. You cannot afford to sell yourself short anymore. When you sell yourself short you deplete your vital resource of confidence. When you exhaust your supply of confidence, you begin yielding to every doubt and challenge that comes your way. That is a life of feeling unworthy. It’s not living prosperously–it’s making ends meet and barely getting by.

You have the power to overcome bad habits that make you feel unworthy. These habits are what cause you to sell yourself short when it’s time to reap the rewards of life. It’s time to go all in. When you are on the verge of a breakthrough and hear the doubting voice of WOE, Re-up on your supply of confidence by tapping into your natural resource of WOW!

Be sure to check out my latest article for the Huffington Post here. In Like A Lion, Out With A Laugh.

Tune into WROAR every Thursday for a unique blend of personal success stories & practical “WOE to WOW” tips & techniques.

NEW: Expect Opposition On The Road to WOWville

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

2 thoughts on “Go All In –Stop Selling Yourself Short”

  1. I have to admit, I sell myself short way more often than I should. That’s part of why I haven’t gotten as far as I could have at a lot of things. With some things, I pass it off as “I need to learn more”, but just as often, it’s me underestimating what I can do.

    I find that when I focus on just doing the next simple task, then the next, and the next… and so on, I eventually reach a point where I look back and realize I did something fairly complex. One example of that is a poster I made for the time change. I often say I have lot to learn on doing 3D modeling (which I do), but I just focused on doing each piece individually, then placing it all, and eventually wound up with a complex scene.

    Focus on what you can do and seek out the answers for what you need to get the next step accomplished. Keep doing that, and you’ll eventually get to where you want to go.

    Thanks for the great work you do, Rob!

  2. Hi Grady. Do you know what I love about your spirit? It never let’s you down. Perhaps your conditioned mind can trip you up, but it is clear in the way that you express yourself that your ever soaring spirit is forever calling to you. Thanks, Grady

Leave a Reply