Am I Enough?

Happy Friday! This week has been super stressful, but I was able to accomplish things way ahead of schedule so let’s pop champagne for that! (Unless you don’t drink in which case have some chocolate?)

This week’s posts were all about addressing some of the areas we can let negativity dictate our lives without even knowing it. Whether is’s giving yourself ultimatums, taking criticisms personally, or the inability to accept compliments — we have got to be better aware and to shift the way we talk to ourselves.

Today I want to share a video with you that is one of my absolute favourites. I don’t know if you’re familiar with the London-based psychologist, Marisa Peer, but if you’re not, you should be. This video is a talk she gave at AwesomeFest called, “The Biggest Disease Affecting Humanity: I Am Not Enough” and it is brilliant. If you have ever asked yourself the question, “Am I enough?” this talk is for you.

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I wanted to close off the week with this inspirational video.

And something for you to print out and put on your mirror/desk/computer/wherever.

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4 Comments

    • Erin
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      January 23, 2016 / 9:17 am

      Totally! I love Marisa Peer’s talk. I think everybody should have to listen to it. We get to decide if we’re enough or not.

  1. January 22, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    Nice! This is just like that post I wrote a couple months ago about being enough. You have to realize that you are enough at any point in your life and no amount of money, success, or aesthetics is going to change that.

    • Erin
      Author
      January 23, 2016 / 9:22 am

      That is so true. I think there are enough people out there who seemingly “have it all” and still, at their very core, feel like a fraud or empty. If we don’t believe it, it will never be so!

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