Affirmations for Success That Will Change Your Life
Nov 13, 2019
Negative thoughts are detrimental to the mind and body. Affirmations are simple, yet powerful statements that help your mind respond to challenges, obstacles, and fear with strength, peace, and positivity.
I'm not going to let people's opinions, thoughts, or judgements weigh me down.
I cannot change what happened, but I choose to deal with it positively.
I am responsible for my own dreams. I choose to ignore what people say and work towards making my dreams a reality.
Wake up early in the morning and say these affirmations to yourself. Avoid mindless repetition and understand what you're saying.
I have a choice - to sulk and mull over what's wrong in my life or to choose to stand up and overcome the obstacles with everything in me. I choose the latter!
Falling isn't a problem for me. It's yet another opportunity to stand up and face the world. I'm an overcomer!
I choose to forgive those who've back-stabbed and double-crossed me at work. I choose to let go and move on.
Choose 10-15 affirmations you like and relate to. Keep dwelling on these for a week and allow them to become a part of your lifestyle.
I'm not afraid to take on challenging tasks. The greater the challenge, the stronger I get.
I'm equipped in every way with every skill required to achieve success at work.
Affirmation is not a magic spell. Mindless repetition is not the idea. Personalizing them is the key!
I choose to live each moment to the fullest. I choose not to live in self-doubt, anxiety, and fear. I'm strong and confident, ready to face the world.
I will say yes to any opportunity that comes my way today.
I will use my setbacks to fuel my success. I'm not afraid to fail, because every attempted challenge is an opportunity to get better.
Without a battle, there's no victory. I'm ready to face today's challenges with all I've got.
I choose to smile today because I'm a valuable asset to my workplace, community, city, and country.
Write these affirmations on posters and put them up in your office. Looking at them frequently will reaffirm them in your mind.