I am so powerful and capable. I know that I am the only person that can stand in my way. I am the only obstacle I have. Others are powerless to impede my progress.
I am so committed to my success that other people are too intimidated to even consider getting in my way.
I am clear on my objectives and determined to accomplish them. I am willing to persevere where others quit and go home.
I am good at managing myself. I have control over my thoughts, emotions, and decisions. I am able to take the necessary actions needed to be successful.
I am my best ally. I am my greatest cheerleader and supporter. I am a one-person army.
When others try to sabotage my efforts, I am willing to address the situation politely and assertively. I make it clear that I have no tolerance for interference. I then refocus my efforts and get back to work.
Today, I am reaffirming my commitment to myself and to my success. I am avoiding any opportunities to get in my own way. I am feeling positive about my goals and the steps I need to take to achieve them.
- How do I sabotage myself? Why do I sabotage myself? What would happen if I stopped doing this to myself?
- What obstacles do other people present to me? Could these obstacles exist primarily in my mind? What can I do to get past them?
- What are my greatest strengths? How can I capitalize on my strengths in pursuit of my goals?