I am free from the need to impress others. It is always enough to do my best.
My riches are things that have no monetary valuation. My family’s well-being is more important to me than the opinion of others. My self respect and integrity are of great value to me. What others think of my financial status is irrelevant to me.
I choose my friends wisely. I surround myself with people who respect my values and encourage me to make bold and authentic choices.
I avoid placing myself in situations where I could feel tempted to make irresponsible choices for the sake of impressing others. In the end, what matters is whether I remain true to who I am and what is important to me.
I am free from the need to impress others because I am the only one who needs to be at peace with my decisions. Armed with confidence, I stand up to the negative effects of comparison.
Rather than being concerned with how others feel about my decisions, I make time for personal reflection and self-evaluation. I limit others’ ability to make personal judgments about me by keeping important decisions to my trusted circle.
I base my decisions on what I believe. I make purchases based on what I need and can afford. My social interactions are based on honesty and integrity. I say what I mean and mean what I say.
In everything I do, I remain true to myself because rising in status, gaining friends or increasing income pale in comparison to the joy of self-acceptance.
Today, I choose to accept myself just the way I am so that others can learn how to treat me. I embrace clarity, lining up my actions with my beliefs and rejecting deception.
Questions for Self Reflection:
- Who are my true friends that I can count on to respect my values and be honest with me?
- What decisions have I made out of peer pressure and how can I avoid those situations in the future?
- How can I be true to my personal values?