Zero to Hero

Zero to HeroFrom a scale of 1 – 10, how would you rate how you feel about yourself? Are you a Zero (0) or a Hero (10)? Are you drowning in the bottomless pit of Zero or riding the crest of the Hero wave?

To state the obvious –

Zero = feel down, inadequate, insignificant, unworthy… Stuck in a rut. No matter how hard you work, you feel you’re getting nowhere…

Hero = the EXACT OPPOSITE… just change the negative to positive (i.e. worthy, significant etc…)

If you’re feeling like a Zero it’s most likely a result of your self-limiting beliefs. Remember the scene in “The Lion King”? Let me remind you … when Simba is crushed by his self-doubt, the spirit of his dead father, Mufasa, speaks “Look inside yourself, Simba. You are more than what you have become”. So, go on, challenge your Zero status.  

And on the days when you really hit rock bottom and think you’re a zero – look up. From zero anything and everything is possible. Zero is where we have zero limits. From zero the only way is UP! 

Minus the Zero and become a Hero!

Break through those self–limitations. Stop the inner critic. Don’t worry about being perfect, you’re allowed to have bad moments. Accept your appearance, mistakes, flaws and all.  Believe in yourself completely and incorporate this belief into your attitude and personality.  

Don’t underestimate your potential. Boost your self-esteem. Take an inventory of who you are. Recognise your personal strengths, skills and capabilities.

However…I’m afraid to say…there’s more to the process. Change and improve yourself to become the best that you can be.

“We’re here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise why else even be here?” Steve Jobs

Be the Hero. Make a difference. Face life like a hero in every situation and every moment.

“Hero is not the one who is powerful himself; Hero is the one who empowers others.” Bill Gates

This blog is part of “The A – Z Challenge”, shifting one negative habit a week into a positive. For more info on the challenge, click here: https://www.innerspace.org.uk/challenges/a-z-challenge.php

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