SUFFICIENT C E

You are Sufficient

Always keep in mind that you are sufficient in yourself and do not require the assistance of others. So, instead of comparing yourself to others, begin to love yourself. It is both a wellspring of emotional tranquilly and a steppingstone to success.

When we’re being too harsh on ourselves, we’re usually motivated by a desire to excel and do everything perfectly all the time. This implies that self-criticisms and perfectionism are defined by that persecutory inner voice that continuously reminds us how we should have done things better. Most people in the Western world have been taught that perfectionism is a desirable trait. After all, obsessing over the tiniest of details leads to flawless work, and this personality trait allows us to humblebrag during job interviews.

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