On one episode of last season’s The Apprentice, "The Donald" gave team members, and viewers alike, a lesson in life: You can’t successfully sell what you don’t believe in. Similarly, you can’t improve on what you don’t respect.|
This simple axiom applies not only to the business world, but to people in all walks of life:
The motivational article "Why Do We Beat Ourselves Up?" concerns negative self-talk such as "I’m not good enough," or "I knew I’d fail." Talking like that conditions you to expect the worst from yourself and diminishes your self-respect. Stop the negative-speak! Give yourself pep talks, remind yourself why people like you, and rethink accomplishments often.
Article created on: 7/12/2004
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