Stop Apologizing! Assert Yourself Without Guilt

Too many people apologizing for insignificant shit all the time.

It’s as if they’re ashamed simply for existing – willing to avoid any sort of conflict at all costs.

Notice how Clinton gave the public his famous “non-apology”. He took responsibility for his actions in a way that did not compromise his being. We all make mistakes, and it’s crucial that we own up to them from a position of strength.

In order to stop apologizing for trivial things, you must recognize your personal power.

Who are other people to shame you?

There are no apologies for who I am. Fucking up does not mean that I should lower my self-worth and dwell on the negativity. A man of value navigates his world with supreme confidence. Setbacks are seen for what they are… INSIGNIFICANT. There’s absolutely no need to magnify minor issues just to have something to worry about.

It’s funny how many people expect instant apologies as soon as they think they have been slighted. Who are you to bend over backwards and cater to their needs just so that they feel good? Boo hoo your feelings are hurt. Life is not always fair. What if you were not in the wrong whatsoever? It seems as if the majority of people value feeling good over seeing results. You will hurt feelings regardless if you mean well or not. Our politically-correct culture takes everything far too sensitively. There’s always someone bound to get butt-hurt.

This is motivation to be yourself… to be strong… to be sure of who you are. There is only one YOU. Move towards something that you can be proud of. You have all the resources that you need to succeed. The only thing that matters is that you are personally satisfied with your life mission. Not every person will be able to appreciate your vision. True confidence is built through accomplishing what you have set out to do.

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