I know that I can make a difference. I stand up for my principles. I care more about integrity than comfort. I hold firm to my core values while respecting those who disagree with me.
I share my knowledge and experiences. I tell my story. I enjoy using my skills and talents to benefit others. I coach other employees at work. I tutor children in my neighborhood. I teach classes online or at my local senior center.
I validate others. I accept them for who they are. I try to understand their position. I let them know that their welfare is important to me.
I resolve conflicts. I address issues promptly. I search for common ground.
I exchange constructive feedback. My observations are specific and factual. I focus on being kind and helpful. I invite others to assess my performance. I thank them for their input and use it to learn and grow.
I offer praise and encouragement. I notice when someone excels at their job or goes out of their way to make the world a little friendlier.
I talk about my thoughts and feelings. My relationships are deeper and more meaningful when I allow myself to be vulnerable. I develop a network of support that helps me to reduce stress and deal with challenges.
As I connect with others, my influence grows. I have a positive impact.
Today, I use my voice to promote love and peace. I am courageous and strong. I speak my mind and help others to do the same.
- How can I be authentic while I adapt my voice to match different audiences?
- Why do I deserve respect?
- Why is it important to be inclusive?