Posts Tagged ‘self-reflection’


yehudabergdaily…Are you limiting what you can accomplish? Are you thinking small? Can your desire be expanded?

I think my problem isn’t so much that I think too small. It’s that I immediately jump to how-to, and start thinking of all the steps that would be involved in doing something spectacular. I’m very process-oriented, and I tend to focus more on how to get to the endpoint. And that usually overwhelms me so much that I decide it’s not worth it or it would be too difficult.

This quality isn’t all bad, though.. I’m very pragmatic, I’m great at designing and troubleshooting processes. Those are my strengths. I’ve never been much of a visionary, and don’t expect I ever will be. I’m the person who helps the visionaries make their big ideas into reality.

The negative part of this is that I’m not comfortable with much risk. In a group dynamic, I can be the voice of reason. But when it’s just me and my life, it probably does hold me back.

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yehudabergEgo gets a bad rap It cn be gd sometimes 2 have ego in that U know yr worth & gifts Positive ego 2day focus on wht U lk abt yourself

10 things I like about myself:

  1. I’m very frugal and good at accumulating savings.
  2. I take good care of myself.
  3. I love buying, wrapping, and giving gifts.
  4. I’m a quick study.
  5. I keep my house clean and neat.
  6. I love plants and planting things.
  7. I always pay my bills on time.
  8. I’m easy to talk to.
  9. I love to learn.
  10. I’m always striving to find better ways to do things.

Whew, that was harder than I expected. But also kind of satisfying.

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