There is power in numbers because support from others provides courage. But there is greater strength when I choose to be independent and realize my own power.
Although I value the support of my friends and family, I recognize that leaning too much on them results in dependency. I like being able to fend for myself.
I know that I am strong and valuable.
Relying on my own mind to make decisions causes me to think outside the box. I am creative when I choose to think for myself. I keep an open mind to new ideas that can benefit my endeavors.
At work I come up with my own creative ideas before group brainstorming sessions. Although working with a team produces a wider range of ideas, I like to be ready with my own first. This approach keeps my mind active and results-oriented.
Having the comfort of a stable job with little pressure leads to complacency. Although I like predictability, I prefer to push my boundaries and experience the unknown.
A new norm develops in my life each time I conquer a new experience.
Today, being strong means learning how to stand on my own two feet. It is a good feeling to have supportive cushions to fall back on, but I prefer to challenge myself first. Knowing what I am capable of is a victory in itself.
1. How do I know when it is time to ask my support system for guidance?
2. How do I strengthen my resolve?
3. What are some ventures that I am interested in taking on alone?