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Know your worth: BE who you are

April 21, 20244 min read

YOU ARE ENOUGH! KNOW YOUR WORTH!:

In a world where we are constantly told we need to be more, do more, and have more, it's easy to fall into the trap of feeling like we are not enough. Even if we don't mean to be like that, there are still times when we can't help but think that we still need to prove to others that we "need to be better." We compare ourselves to others, strive for perfection, and beat ourselves up when we fall short.

One of the areas of my life I had to work through and still work through is the feeling of not being enough. I have the awareness and tools to support myself when that sneaky lie tries to present itself to me. BUT I had to do the work to get to this space. And I am still doing the work. It’s a forever journey.

Many of us see ourselves through the outcome of what we can provide or should be doing. We always tell ourselves that "I should" work hard or I should be like them. Some appear very tied to the idea that they must PROVE their value. This mentality has become so ingrained in our culture that it can be challenging to break free from it.

How can you be your "best" when you are stressed thinking about how to prove yourself? I keep telling my clients that YOU are beautiful as YOU ARE. You are AUTHENTIC, and you are UNIQUE. There is something in you that others don't have.

Know your worth. You are enough.

It's time to release the notion that our worth is tied to external factors. Our value is not determined by our physical aspects, our job, our salary, the number of friends we have, or the car we drive. Our worth is inherent and cannot be diminished by anything outside of ourselves.

Here are some ways to shift your mindset and free yourself from these habits:

The first step in recognizing your worth is to be kind to yourself. Treat yourself like you would treat a dear friend. Speak kindness and positivity into your life, even when it feels like the world is against you. Remember that mistakes and failures are part of the journey and do not define your worth. Instead of telling yourself that you should, tell yourself that "I AM" (I am worthy, I am good at doing my tasks, I am doing my best).

It's also important to focus on what truly matters in life. Pursuing material possessions and societal validation can never bring true happiness and fulfillment. Instead, focus on cultivating meaningful relationships, spending time doing things you love, and giving back to others.

One of the biggest obstacles to recognizing our worth is the belief that we should always be happy and positive. It's important to remember that it is okay not to be okay. Emotions are temporary, and we naturally experience a wide range of emotions throughout our lives. It's okay to ask for help when needed and give ourselves the space to feel our feelings.

Ultimately, recognizing our worth and embracing who we are is a journey. It takes time, patience, and dedication. It's okay to stumble along the way, but it's essential to keep moving forward. Surround yourself with people who uplift and support you, and remember that you are a valuable and worthy human being.

You are enough, just as you are. Your worth is inherent and cannot be diminished by anything outside of yourself. Focus on what truly matters, be kind to yourself, and give yourself grace along the way. Remember that you are a valuable and worthy human being; nothing can take that away from you. But the truth is, you are enough just as you are.

And as I work with my clients, I always love to see how they overcome these challenges, and I tell you, it's really rewarding to see that after our work, they feel the authenticity and reclaim their wholeness.

Being connected to yourself and freeing yourself from self-sabotaging are some things I can offer to other people. If you need support to see the positivity in you, let's have a conversation and explore how we can work together to help you discover your true potential.


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Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

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Know your worth: BE who you are

April 21, 20244 min read

YOU ARE ENOUGH! KNOW YOUR WORTH!:

In a world where we are constantly told we need to be more, do more, and have more, it's easy to fall into the trap of feeling like we are not enough. Even if we don't mean to be like that, there are still times when we can't help but think that we still need to prove to others that we "need to be better." We compare ourselves to others, strive for perfection, and beat ourselves up when we fall short.

One of the areas of my life I had to work through and still work through is the feeling of not being enough. I have the awareness and tools to support myself when that sneaky lie tries to present itself to me. BUT I had to do the work to get to this space. And I am still doing the work. It’s a forever journey.

Many of us see ourselves through the outcome of what we can provide or should be doing. We always tell ourselves that "I should" work hard or I should be like them. Some appear very tied to the idea that they must PROVE their value. This mentality has become so ingrained in our culture that it can be challenging to break free from it.

How can you be your "best" when you are stressed thinking about how to prove yourself? I keep telling my clients that YOU are beautiful as YOU ARE. You are AUTHENTIC, and you are UNIQUE. There is something in you that others don't have.

Know your worth. You are enough.

It's time to release the notion that our worth is tied to external factors. Our value is not determined by our physical aspects, our job, our salary, the number of friends we have, or the car we drive. Our worth is inherent and cannot be diminished by anything outside of ourselves.

Here are some ways to shift your mindset and free yourself from these habits:

The first step in recognizing your worth is to be kind to yourself. Treat yourself like you would treat a dear friend. Speak kindness and positivity into your life, even when it feels like the world is against you. Remember that mistakes and failures are part of the journey and do not define your worth. Instead of telling yourself that you should, tell yourself that "I AM" (I am worthy, I am good at doing my tasks, I am doing my best).

It's also important to focus on what truly matters in life. Pursuing material possessions and societal validation can never bring true happiness and fulfillment. Instead, focus on cultivating meaningful relationships, spending time doing things you love, and giving back to others.

One of the biggest obstacles to recognizing our worth is the belief that we should always be happy and positive. It's important to remember that it is okay not to be okay. Emotions are temporary, and we naturally experience a wide range of emotions throughout our lives. It's okay to ask for help when needed and give ourselves the space to feel our feelings.

Ultimately, recognizing our worth and embracing who we are is a journey. It takes time, patience, and dedication. It's okay to stumble along the way, but it's essential to keep moving forward. Surround yourself with people who uplift and support you, and remember that you are a valuable and worthy human being.

You are enough, just as you are. Your worth is inherent and cannot be diminished by anything outside of yourself. Focus on what truly matters, be kind to yourself, and give yourself grace along the way. Remember that you are a valuable and worthy human being; nothing can take that away from you. But the truth is, you are enough just as you are.

And as I work with my clients, I always love to see how they overcome these challenges, and I tell you, it's really rewarding to see that after our work, they feel the authenticity and reclaim their wholeness.

Being connected to yourself and freeing yourself from self-sabotaging are some things I can offer to other people. If you need support to see the positivity in you, let's have a conversation and explore how we can work together to help you discover your true potential.


divine feminine energywomanwomanhoodhealingauthenticitylife coachingcoachingcoaching near melife coachspiritual life coachAdisa
Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

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