Today, I started reading Psycho-cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz, and I saw something I think is worth sharing.

“Your self-image must be a reasonable approximation of “you,” being neither more than you are, nor less than you are.

When this self-image is intact and secure, you feel “good.” When it is threatened, you feel anxious and insecure. When it is adequate and one that you can be wholesomely proud of, you feel self-confident. You feel free to “be yourself” and to express yourself. You function at your optimum.”

It’ll be great to know what you think.

As always, be a light in your space 💫

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