#203: Never Disrespect Success [WOYG Podcast]

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Some people have so much conditioned themselves to NOT appreciate themselves, they always have a self-deprecating message about their own work and lives. These people lack correct (read: success-sufficient) levels self-esteem and talk   down on themselves habitually.

This may not be so much of a problem within itself – if you want to talk yourself into less than your capability, no one can force you not to – but many are doing this unconsciously. While doing so, they are costing themselves the possibility of success.

Success does NOT have low self-esteem. Success actually views itself very highly, and won’t tolerate disrespect. Those people who routinely disrespect even the smallest success will soon not have any to even talk down on. Today’s show explains why -and what you need to do to make sure you are not making this mistake.

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2 Comments

  1. Great points Dre, will be more vigilant with what I say regarding my successes. Want to make sure I’m not disrespecting myself.

    All comes down to you, how you see yourself. If you see yourself as a person worthy of respect and success then you won’t be disrespectful about yourself.

    Loved the last point, people will treat you the way you treat yourself. Work on yourself, become the best version of yourself and you’ll change how others see you by changing how you see yourself.

    • Glad you are seeing the point and ways to apply them to your own situations. Thanks Colin

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