The 15 Day Positive Affirmation Challenge is built upon altering the direction of our future, by altering the words we speak. So, what is an affirmation, you ask? Great question.
According to yourdictionary.com ( the dictionary I thought explained it best): The act of confirming something to be true, or is a written or oral statement that confirms something is true.
My definition: The act of declaring or making known that something is true. Officially proclaiming we are all we can be. Speaking into existence.
Now do understand this challenge is not about saying a few positive words over here and doing a little something over there... and voila amazing successful life. If that's what you were expecting, I'm sorry to disappoint you. Celestine Chua says,
"problems can only be tackled through conscious self-reflection and direct action, not by saying affirmations only. However, where affirmations help is that they help us to re-image the future (especially if we are fixed on a particular way of thinking), reinforce positive beliefs, and remind us of who we can be."
I really want to emphasize that this challenge isn't something you just do to do, it's a real commitment, with real people who come together as a community to make a difference in their lives (self this is a memo for you) . I have been an off-and-on reader of PE for a while now and without-a-shadow-of-a-doubt I wholeheartedly believe in this challenge and in Celestine Chua; founder & writer of personalexcellence.co and host of this challenge. I will admit that I question my commitment to this challenge, especially since I always appear to begin and never finish the task at hand(not one of my greatest moments). However, I'm open to changing my course of action & accessing my full potential.
Follow me on my journey as I document my experience and thoughts during this challenge ( I will do my best to keep my postings up-to-date). If you want to join the challenge & no, it's not to late!!!
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