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Friday, August 13, 2010

When we have high self-value, our desires require no justification as purpose. ~Mark Petruzzi

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Mark Petruzzi

Mark is founder and principal of Waypoint Business Services, a Performance Consultant, a life coach and speaker-facilitator.

When we have high self-value, our desires require no justification as purpose. ~Mark Petruzzi

If today were my last day on Earth and I could share 500 words of brilliance with the world, here are the important things I'd want to pass along to others...

Let's begin with self-value...

Value yourself. Value your Self. Your value never changes. You can't increase it and you can't diminish it. Sure, the value of your actions can vary, but the value of who you are never, ever will.

Never confuse your actions, possessions and connections with who you are. If you don't yet know the difference between who you are, and all the things you do and own, it's time to get started on getting to know yourself in a new way.

Imagine yourself as a song. What is your personal "tone," your personal "sound?" Make it part of everything you do. Put more YOU in your life.

To deny your worth is to deny the worth of the Divine spark in us all. Value who you are.

Value Yourself Enough to Dare Not to Compare...

When used in a way to make your ego feel either superior or inferior to someone else, comparison is a happiness-killer.

You will never get your best answers through comparison, and you're better off playfully, purposefully exploring your own capacities regardless of what others are thinking or doing.

Don't let comparison or another person's opinion of you disconnect you from your own inner-guidance.

Everyone is on their own journey. Replace comparison with taking inspiration from accomplishments and breakthroughs of others. Dare not to compare.

Value Yourself Enough to Pursue Your Desires...

Are you in touch with your desires? Without desire at all levels of creation, life can't continue to evolve and expand. Without your desire, forward motion in your own life would cease...

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