Give Yourself Permission to Prosper

Do you give yourself permission to grow? Think about it. There are many people who have had the same job for over a decade, but their productivity really hasn’t improved much, their knowledge hasn’t improved much, and their outcomes haven’t improved much. And, as a result, they’re probably not growing in opportunities either.

Oftentimes it stems, if you really look at it, from someone who has not given themselves permission to grow. Permission to grow means you believe that you’re worth investing in yourself to learn more and to do better. Because without that permission, and sometimes it comes from childhood beliefs that you’ve created about yourself, that you’re not worthy, or I’m not good at math, or I’m not good at grammar. I’m not good at spelling, or I’m not good at living my word and hitting deadlines. When we have a story that we believe about ourselves, we live into the story until we decide to break the pattern. So I’m curious, are you the kind of person who’s going to stand up, invest in yourself and decide to be the most valuable human being that you can possibly be? I think you’re worth it. Do you?

One Response to “Give Yourself Permission to Prosper”

  1. Eric Holden says:

    This was an outstanding message that really hit the spot. I’ve enjoyed Roxanne’s lessons. Take care and Godspeed!

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