I only connect with the word “quit” when I have successfully completed a task. And in such situations, the word means taking a moment to relish my success.
Having achieved what I set out for, I can now rest and be pleased with myself.
If exhaustion, anger or despair seem to bring me close to quitting, I pause for a moment and catch my breath. However dire things may look, I know I can always come out ahead, so I choose to win instead of quit.
I have the resources to see anything through to the end. I have resolve, staying power, and great inner strength that allow me to keep going. I can work through, around, or over anything. There is always a way because I always have the will.
I believe that quitting prevents me from living up to the desires of my Creator. I was made with strengths perfectly suited to the challenges that arise in my life.
My strengths define me and I am able to push through any situation.
Today, I approach each challenge with my eyes on the prize. If what-ifs and maybes distract me along the way, I remember that they are worth only a moment of my time.
I believe in my abilities to overcome them and press on, because I am a winner.
Self-Reflection Journal Questions:
- How do I motivate myself to persevere?
- Am I convinced that I have what it takes to do anything I aspire to?
- Are there times when I am hard on myself because I feel challenged to complete a task? How could I be more supportive?
How To Use My Daily Affirmations
- Read the affirmations and accompanying text to yourself (aloud) a few times over.
- Copy any afffirmations that really speak to you into your journal - or bookmark the page.
- Use the three daily journaling questions to help you write though provoking and inspiring journal entries.
- Come back every day for more daily affirmations.