Building good habits: We spend very little time assessing self-worth.

  
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We spend very little time assessing self-worth.
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Entering a room with five strangers, our ego tries to determine where we fit, quickly.
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On every team their are leaders, followers and renegades.
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Our judging champion (Ego) never feels equal to another person, superior or inferior, sometimes subtlety, sometimes dramatically.
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The “Ego’s job is to separate us from others, identify us as special, unique.
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An unworthy “Ego” separates us as not good enough, damaged, not capable of being loved.
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Mindfully, all this is air without action, attention.
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A judgment is abstract, as thought without some outward action.
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We have to speak, write or act out our judgments and thoughts for them to be known.
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Without this, they resemble air, invisible mirages.
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Sit today, focus, learn to let go, claim your life back.
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20 focused minutes a day can facilitate change, big change!
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One of the goals of this blog is to help you take action, take that first step, to move forward.
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Reading is fine, taking action alters life and us.
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