Lesson 6 To Build Self-Acceptance: Jump – Be Your Best Self – A Daily Practice To Silence Your Inner Critic
Published on May 22, 2021
published on May 22, 2021

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Today is Lesson 6 to build self-acceptance: jump. Taking risk is another way to build self-acceptance. Last week we talked about challenging yourself physically. This is taking it one step forward. In every area of your life (and yes, it does affect body positivity too).

Playing safe is not actually the easy way, like many think. It is the hard way to live. Because by doing so you are giving up your unlimited potential. And for what? To avoid humiliation, judgment, and criticism from people?




Life can be an amazing adventure if you just live it that way, and explore the possibilities. All the possibilities in unfamiliar things.


“You will never reach your true potential living life in comfort and routine. You got to take soem risks …” – Kylie Francis


And slowly you build solid self-awareness, (especially if you celebrate each and every little or big achievement). And you if you fail, so what? You learn from your mistakes and then move on. Yes, you will mess up sometimes and when that happens, practice self-compassion. But do take some risk, live a little, JUMP!.




There is more to life than there is — And you need to figure out how to get it. But to get to that life, you need to jump.




See you tomorrow for lesson 7 of 7 lessons to build self-acceptance x



Change starts from within; that’s why training your consciousness should be your Priority Numero 1 – a daily practice to silence your inner critic.


Laura Mariani

Laura Mariani

Best Selling Author, Speaker, Change & Transformation Expert


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