Business Tips: Why and How You Need to Stop Criticizing Yourself

Business Tips: Why and How You Need to Stop Criticizing Yourself

Awesome Tip: Why and How You Need to Stop Criticizing Yourself

So many of you are judging yourself because somebody put a voice of pure negativity in your head and now you’ve confused it for your own. Please, take a step back, understand that if you think you suck, everybody else sucks too, they just like to hide it.

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23 Replies to “Business Tips: Why and How You Need to Stop Criticizing Yourself”

  1. "People shit on you and it goes through your head so you think you are shitting on yourself." – that hit me. Really need to stop giving a fuck even for a sec about what others think/say of me.

  2. What struck me is my whole life I've judged myself for not being perfect, liking to pimp and wear masculine clothing, and just.ovwrall being a human being. I never felt like I was enough. I had finally gotten the courage to be myself and just go all in on that and then I got nay sayers coming around me and them they judged me and though I was transgender. That came into question and I started believing that I was and had a whole crisis and almost committed to that belief. But then I found that God made me just the way he wanted me to be. Nothing needs to be added or taken away. Nothing needs to be changed or upgraded. I have accepted myself and now I'm to a point where I realize the whole key to connection and being just who you are. Telling people what you've been through does not scare them away. It actually deepens the connection because it creates a scenario where people are able to relate to you. The see the real you and that is not something that can be taken away. Some people will not like you but it isn't any of your business. Its up to you to decide that you are worth the love that you do get and that there is more than enough for everyone else. Contentment comes from that fact because now you don't feel the need to do anything more to prove that you are worthy of love. You now know that you have it and have always had the ability to have it. Just keep doing what you do and the rest will fall into place. Loving what you do comes from loving yourself. You have to love yourself in order to love what YOU do. Not what anyone else does. It only seems like other people have cooler jobs, clothes, cars or a higher status because your perception of that person is blown out of proportion to the image that you have of yourself. You too are larger than life. It sounds cliche, I know. You only go as far as you believe that you will get. You just can't look up and compare yourself to anyone else. And you cannot care at all about how the world views you. Their perception is based solely on their beliefa what they've encountered in life and how they feel about themselves. Not everyone is a hater. I had to realize that, too. The biggest hater that I ever had was myself. That was my perception. Why does everyone hate me? But no, I hated me. Because I did not like my body, my looks, my quirks, my way of socializing… Pretty much everything. And I made it hard for people to love me. I didn't have friends. I didn't socialize authentically. And everything was pretty much a battlefield. But the truth is, the battlefield lies only in your mind. Everyday I would wonder, well what is it? What's wrong with me? Why do I keep losing jobs? Why haven't I taken off yet? Why haven't I been able to commit to a loving relationship? Why haven't I finished school? Why haven't I been able to just be happy?… It was my mentality. Your thoughts become you feelings, which becomes your words, which becomes your actions, which becomes your character, which becomes your destiny. You can change your destiny at any time. And it does not matter how long it takes. Worry and anxiety is created by a negative perception of yourself and your ability to handle life. This belief probably comes from your parents or those who have been around you in stages of development like your "friends". Or it could've been an experience that you didn't anticipate which knocks you off of your balance a bit and depending on how you are used to reacting to situations maybe even decreased your confidence. Its always ok to fuck up. we are human beings that's what fuck we do. Insecurity is an illusion. Jealousy is misdirected ambition. Vengeance is a natural reaction to rejection: love not reciprocated. The need for validation or our way to cope with inevitable feelings of inadequacy caused by social construct once outside of that. Validation is inside out not the other way around. When people play love games, or toss love aside once offered, it's because they didn't want love on the first place. It isn't always you. A human being on this planet is just as deserving of love as the next person no matter what they have. And forgiveness is the key. Sometimes, people don't know what you're going through and assume that you are better off than them and treat you like steel when in face there isn't a single cell of that in your body. Your bones break, too. So don't be afraid to share your pain. And embrace other's as well. Forgive yourself. Rein in your darkness as well as your sun light. & PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD COULD SOMEBODY FOLLOW ME ON TIK TOK? @.rayasunshine

  3. Do something that makes you happy. Love the process, result will take caee of itself. Everybody sucks they might be just better at faking than you!

    I got garyv high!

  4. Enjoyed it.
    Doing what I love and I don't give two fucks about the future, what will be will be.
    I'm eating "shit", sleeping at a horrible crappy apartment, I have one pair of socks.
    My living conditions are poor as fuck.
    And I'm happy.

  5. Everyone else sucks too. That’s what struck me. We put pressure on ourselves to live up to an expectation. No one else is living up to the perfect expectation. Embrace where you are at and live the process.

  6. No speaker I have come by has ever made “enjoying the process” just for the sake of enjoying it, move me as much as you have Gary. U r great Gary, I feel so happy I found u, I mean it

  7. This is so home for me Gary I was literally sitting here crying about how I didn’t believe in myself and my music career because of comparison and judging myself As a young man you know it’s hard to actually love the process of anything so this was very enlightening

  8. Glad I saw this video. What struck me is how we let other people's perceptions of us become our own perceptions of us. I can't do that to myself anymore. None of us deserve that. We each have the responsibility to love ourselves and do what makes us happy. And when someone puts us down, whether for a legitimate or stupid reason, it's our responsibility to let it slide. Don't internalize it. Speak up! Easier said than done. Just have to keep emphasizing this point.. over and over and over again.

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