When was the last time you acknowledged yourself? Ahh, I see. It’s been a while, eh? Well, let’s make it time.
What if we created an acknowledgement project together?
A 30-day challenge to acknowledge yourself for all the accomplishments you’ve created-big and small (even your faults). I’m Elizabeth Barry and I love you for being confident in taking part in this extraordinary effort.
I believe that if you don’t acknowledge yourself for the little things, you’ll somehow always remember your mistakes or what you didn’t do. Big no no. So, let’s work on beautiful you…
Here’s how you can impress yourself (and get involved).
1. Say YES! and Commit to living in abundance and vulnerability.
2. Tell your friends to join by sharing our AcknowledgementProject mission.
3. Take action by sharing your thoughts throughout the month in the Facebook Group Wisdom and Women.
Let’s do this! The 30 Day Acknowledgement Project. August 2016
Begin with an internal commitment. Then, every Sunday this August, make a list to acknowledge yourself for all the little things you succeeded in doing that week. The good (and the bad.) Recognize strengths and own your weaknesses. In one month, you’ll have 4 lists to read filled with all the great things about you-big and small- and the many faults you care to work on. At the end of the month, I want you to write a letter to yourself. Dear (your name), I acknowledge you for taking the time to create this ritual in vulnerability… Let your words fill the page and thank yourself for owning who you are. This letter exemplifies you what you can accomplish though self-love. Keep it and read it over and over as a reminder of your greatness.
Why take part?
The more you take part in self-acknowledgement, the more you honor yourself and the more you honor your relationships. This is Vulnerability at its finest. There’s a ripple effect that takes place beginning with YOU.
Share your self-love
Feel comfortable and confident sharing your self-acknowledgement notes, photos, quotes and videos in the Facebook Group Wisdom and Women citing our AcknowledgementProject. Our Ambassadors (seen left) will cheer you on!
This is a behavioral-breakthrough opportunity
When you take the time to acknowledge your accomplishments, your brain makes the connection between what you do and what you can achieve through inner personal happiness. Plus, by noting your faults, you can learn to love them. And when you share within our Facebook group, as a collective, we become a self-confidence machine to boost a rise within each one of us.
Why is this important?
We doubt ourselves. Could we do more? Have we done enough? Stop this pattern and create a new, positive path.
We deserve to feel good
In fact, we all need someone to lean on. In this case, that person can become ourselves.
This project will work for you…
The pattern of writing weekly for one month, and then writing a letter to yourself, secures positive thoughts in your memory and can have a psychological affect on your attitude, behavior and thoughts.
Now, make a special place for your letter. Get a nice box! Heck, you can email it to me and I’ll read it out loud on a video post. Or, you can post your video yourself while reading your letter on Wisdom and Women at the end of August. You can even take a photo of you holding your weekly lists or final letter and post it on our page.
I know this will have a powerful effect on your subconscious mind.
Get ready for self love and vulnerability this August.
SAMPLE WEEKLY NOTE:
I acknowledge myself for… ___________________________.
SAMPLE LETTER AT THE END.
Dear So and so, You’re amazing! ……
Write your letter at the end of August.
Post your results and feelings daily or weekly in Wisdom & Women on Facebook.
Happy August feelings to you. You deserve it. And you know why? Well… I’ll let these ladies tell you why. They’re our AcknowledgementProject Ambassadors. Please meet and love Roe, Jen, Franki, Dusty, Vali and Kristen. They’re ready to cheer you on!
And… if you need further proof about this 30 day challenge (which i I doubt because these ladies are incredible), you can watch this brief 3 minute TED talk about the benefits of trying something new for 30 days.