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Worthy of Trying

I think ‘trying’ serves as a reminder that we aren’t perfect, that failing is a part of the process, that we can do the best we can, that we can and will, that we must and so forth.

 

You know what I think trying is my middle name. One thing for certain, your Self Care Coach is going to try. I believe I developed this mindset to at least ‘try’ when I realize that it will benefit me either way. Either the results can give me what I expected or it will give me a piece to the puzzle. My issue is definitely me trying to control the outcome of that try but I still try at the end of the day. The funny part about trying is knowing the levels to it. Now I believe each person's level looks different, but the key is becoming aware of that. I think ‘trying’ serves as a reminder that we aren’t perfect, that failing is a part of the process, that we can do the best we can, that we can and will, that we must and so forth. You get the point where I’m going. If you have a hard time trying, don’t settle in the BUT rise in the IF. The buts is procrastination, shame, fear, comparisons and laziness. The IF is freedom, choice, joy, peace, purpose, healing and most importantly self love. When you try you let yourself know that you got your back. You are doing something for you. That’s self care, that’s self love and that’s self worth and value. Chileeee that’s the levels of you, get into it.

I’m learning that as long as I believe, trust God and make a plan, I’m trying. It’s better to say you try instead of you wish. What are some things you want to try? Identify what’s holding you back or what you need in order to move forward. Remember each step is a level no matter how big or small. Give yourself that grace to TRY. The world needs your unique gifts, don’t leave with them still inside you —Yogi Tea


Cadedra Burks

Worthy of Trying

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