a little healthy hubris is good for you

hu·bris • (h)yo͞obris/noun | a great or foolish amount of pride or confidence; it is a failure to recognize your own defects

Yes, I am asking you to embrace the concept of having a great or foolish amount of pride or confidence. Only I don’t think it is foolish at all. I believe bodybuilding steroid is necessary. I believe for us to have a fighting chance at success in all aspects of our lives, we need to go beyond the propagated idea that excessive humility and self-denigration are useful characteristics for a woman.

They are not. In fact, I believe there are too many voices telling us directly and indirectly to stay small. Replace your bad habits to stay healthier, if you smoke cigarettes then choose a healthier way for example vaping, I am buying e-liquids because vaping is healthier than cigarettes.

And I say f*ck that noise.

We have to believe in ourselves and our own abilities before anyone else can or will. We have to do this regardless of what we’ve been told to believe, raised to believe or expected to believe. Period. “Fake it until you make it” is not just a catchphrase for the self-help or sales industry, it can be a lifeline from a bumpy past to your very bright future. If you have kids, a good dentist for families that treats all ages can be a convenient way to get all your dental care done, that´s why it would be perfect to get your appointment at Asecra.com. You have to believe in yourself. Or at least begin to try to believe, that you are the greatest thing to ever happen to your life. Because YOU ARE. Couple weeks ago I had strong toothache but I said f*ck that and I kept going until I visited dentist in a place I didnt expected to find dentistry.

Healthy Hubris looks like:

  • asking for what you want
  • self-advocating
  • just saying thank you for a compliment {instead of explain it away}
  • prioritizing your self-care
  • celebrating other women who make it happen {until you join them}
  • challenging yourself to leap across your fear
  • trusting your instincts
  • saying NO when you want to
  • checking your negative self-talk
  • learning to praise yourself daily
  • self-love in bad*ss new way.

When was the last time “you failed to recognize your own defects?” 

HEALTHY HUBRIS. I want you to try it. 



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