How to Stop Beating Yourself Up After a Mistake or Failure

How to Stop Beating Yourself Up After a Mistake or Failure

When was the last time you told yourself something positive? When did you last say, “Hey there, good looking. You’re doing an amazing job! This life thing can be tough at times, but I am really proud of you.”

Most of us don’t say nearly enough nice things to ourselves about ourselves on a regular basis. We are our own worst critic, and this constant self-sabotage can keep us from moving forward.

One of the biggest ways our inner critic tries to block us from happiness and success is by convincing us we have made mistakes.

Are you feeling frustration over a mistake you made, or do you wish things turned out a different way? Maybe you worry that maybe you didn’t make the right choice or feel like you are off track in some area of your life.

If you feel like you’ve made a mistake and this is keeping you from being happier, today’s video, filmed in breathtaking Thailand, will inspire you to see things with a fresh perceptive.

After you watch, I’d love to hear in the comments how a recent setback or mistake turned out to be a blessing in disguise.


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One Response to How to Stop Beating Yourself Up After a Mistake or Failure

  1. jessica says:

    This message came at the perfect time (of course). I have been in a very stuck place FIXATING on the places i’ve screwed up (NOT a very empowered place eh?). Lots of reasons for this– but just a quick note to say thanks and i’m glad i clicked to watch today– (and i love Thailand too!) XX Jessica

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