A Fast and Easy Way to Be a Better Friend to Yourself

If you hate yourself, you will most likely fail. If you love yourself, your chances of success are much higher.

So what can you do to increase your love for yourself?

Simple!

"If you love others, you will love yourself."

"If you hate others, you will hate yourself."

"A healthy state of being is to be a friend to yourself." -- L. Ron Hubbard

Exercise

You can try this concept right now.

1. Take a minute to hate people. Look at a few people and just hate them. How do you feel about yourself?

2. Now love others. Look around and love everyone you see. Continue until all the hate dissolves.

How do you feel about yourself now?

3. Spend all day loving people. Find something you love about everyone you meet. Continue until your opinion of yourself improves.

Your road to success is much easier if you are your own best friend!

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