The ability to love others, have unconditional self-confidence, and attain our highest level of happiness all starts with truly loving ourselves. And yet, so often, the things we say to ourselves are just plain hurtful! We’d never speak to our loved ones in the same way we speak to ourselves at our lowest moments.
This is why we need to get in the habit of giving ourselves the same grace we give to others. We need to monitor our inner dialogue and make sure our self-talk isn’t always negative or overly critical. Now, this doesn’t mean we shouldn’t strive to be the best versions of ourselves or become complacent with where we’re at. What it means is we should always love who we are at the end of the day, and have the confidence that we’ll improve over time.
Harnessing this is easier said than done though, which is why I’m so excited to have Robert Greene back in the studio to show us how we can get there. Robert was actually the VERY first guest I ever had on this show — and I always gain game-changing insight from his wisdom. Please help me welcome him back onto The School of Greatness!
Today’s guest is Robert Greene! Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law, and Mastery. And he’s written a new book called The Daily Laws: 366 Meditations on Power, Seduction, Mastery, Strategy, and Human Nature. Robert is one of my favorite guests to have on, he was actually the very first guest on the podcast so many years ago as well coming on a few times since.
If you’re ready to get one step closer to reaching your full potential by developing a deep sense of self-love, then I know you’ll love this episode! And now, please join me on Episode 1,193 of The School of Greatness!