Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told, 'I'm with you kid. Let's go.' - Maya Angelou
This Question of the Week is an open forum at TOOLS, where we can discuss a positive feeling or belief you have about yourself.
Does that thing help improve your life? Does it bring you or others happiness, improve your relationships, get you through tough times, help you do a great job? Have you always liked this aspect of yourself? Would your friends, co-workers or loved ones name this same thing? Let’s share what we like about ourselves. And why.
Everyone has a voice and everyone's voice counts.
You cannot be lonely if you like the person you're alone with.
- Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
I like that in the past two years I have noticed a drastic change in my life. I am more focused, driven, and motivated than I have ever been in my life.
I want to help other people achieve their goals and those who are facing tough situations. I believe that this will in turn help me too.
that i am a nice person that i enjoy helping others i love to see other people happy and successful.
I like that I can make people laugh. It is fantastic to watch stress melt away in people because of something I did.
I am a very easy going person. I get along well with others. I have time to help others, blog, and do things Like Tools to Life. I love people and have great empathy for people.
I also am very creative and do a lot of art. I don't have any income and I hope that by using the tools I learn here and input from other people, I can turn what I love to into an income.
I like that I am a true friend, trusting, truthful, caring, dependable, keeps her word. I am also hard working, giving , caring,.
I like that I can still learn things, and ask questions. I don't know all the answers, and can't know everything, but I still have curiosity and can look for answers.
I like that on occasion I am able to help other people, that I have skills that others do not.
the thing i like about me is my inner peace,i believe this is my higher power at work..
I like the fact that I can become "agreeable" with people of all different personalities and walks of life. I can adapt