Picking up the boy from school yesterday. How did you go at assembly? He says – I stuffed it up. I say – Excellent. Congratulations! We high-five.
In our house, we measure success by turning up and having a go. Not getting it “right”.
One giant step towards letting go “I’m not good enough” mantra running in our heads is to rewrite the rules of what it means to be successful. Try it – add some love and support to your definition of success.