I have high standards for myself and my life.

I believe that we receive in life what we are willing to tolerate. Having high standards is very important to me. My income, health, performance, and the quality of the people in my life are mostly determined by my standards

When my standards are high, I am more successful, and my life is more enjoyable.

I only allow people into my life that bring kindness and support. I am willing to let go of those people that fail to treat me the way I deserve to be treated. I know there are plenty of great people out there that are available to be my friend or partner.

I have high standards for my diet and exercise routine. The foundation of my health rests on these two things. I focus on healthy foods and an effective method of exercise. I am very consistent when it comes to my diet and exercise.

I maintain very high standards regarding how I use my time. My success and progress are controlled by how I spend my time. Having a high standard in this area is critical to my life.

Today, I hold myself to a higher standard in all parts of my life. I behave in a way that makes happiness and success more likely. I have high standards for myself and my life.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. In what areas of my life are my low standards causing me harm or limitation?
  2. From whom did I learn these standards? Are they a good role model?
  3. What do my current standards say about me?

 

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