I am confident about what I have to offer the world.
My gifts are many, and I share them freely. And each time I do this, I am well-received. People value what I have to give and I know it is of great worth.
Some of my gifts may be in the material world. I share my wealth with others in every way I can, especially with those who are close to me. Doing so builds my confidence that I do indeed have something to offer.
Perhaps I am wealthier inside than outside of myself. I have skills and talents that other people value. I certainly value them.
Whether I am good at cooking, fixing things, or lending a compassionate ear, I know that my talents were given to me for the good of the world as well as for me.
If I ever feel doubtful that I can make a difference in someone’s life with what I have to offer, I remember that I have these gifts for a reason.
Just as I need others to help me make it through my days, others also need me. We are all different because we all have integral roles to play in the big pictures of society and family.
Today, I trust that my actions leave the legacy I want for myself. I know that I am naturally capable of contributing to other people’s lives. And I am confident about what I have to offer the world.
- What are some things that people have praised me for (recently, or ever)?
- How do I feel when those gifts and skills are appreciated?
- In what ways can I put them into service this week?