The importance of internalizing success

Lack of success of internalization can is a clear path to developing the Impostor Syndrome. Every little WIN should be internalized into a feeling of self-love and the more we do so the easier it will be to “push the boulder up the hill”. The more we push it will become less and less steep. Do you recognize any of these symptoms in yourself?

By internalizing every win I don’t mean you should aim small. The higher you aim the more worthy the achievement so it has to both. To succeed at aiming high we have to love celebrating our little wins, focusing on thing at a time. Do you recognize any of these symptoms in yourself?

The impostor syndrome symptoms include:

  • Fear of showing your real self to the world
  • Inability of opening thyself up to being vulnerable( which is necessary for spiritual growth)
  • Inability to connect to others and to remember their names

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