Acknowledge your past successes


  1. Create a list of your past successes. Examples of these accomplishments could include learning to ride a bicycle, singing a solo at church, getting an A in a class, or any other achievement, big or small.
  2. Keep a victory log. Record any successes or achievements each day, no matter how small, to help store them in your long-term memory and build your self-confidence.
  3. Refer back to your list and victory log when you're feeling discouraged or doubtful of your abilities. Remind yourself of what you've accomplished in the past and the obstacles you've overcome. Use them as motivation to tackle new challenges and build your confidence. Remember that you've accomplished great things in the past, and you have the ability to overcome new challenges as well.
  4. **Celebrate your successes regularly. ** This could be as simple as giving yourself a pat on the back or treating yourself to something special. Celebrating your successes can keep you motivated and focused on achieving your goals.


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