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I don't have to do everything and be everything.

  My life is so much more relaxed and pleasurable when I let go of the need to do everything myself. In addition, I actually enjoy more success when I let others handle some of the tasks and responsibilities!   At work, delegating projects and tasks is a skill I continue to practice. I also practice asking for help. I had a limiting belief for the longest time, as many of us do, that asking for help is a weakness. I need to crush that belief! Asking for help is actually a strength. It enables others to feel needed and allows me to focus on projects that I do well at.   Also when I delegate, I refrain from trying to control everything. I am confident that the team around me can do an exceptional job, even if their methods are different from mine.   Fostering a team spirit lets everyone be part of the success. The better I perfect my delegating skills, the less everyone feels the need to turn to me for everything.   At home, delegating chores teaches my children respon

I am humble enough to seek help when I need it

I bear a large load of responsibilities on my shoulders that I complete with joy. When my load becomes too heavy and I need to reach out for help, I shake off the ego that binds me to my pride and frees myself to accept help from others.   There is a limit to what I can do - a fact I accept with humility.   Asking for the help of others takes a level of humility and courage I am capable of achieving. Life would be lonely and boring if I were able to do everything without needing anyone's help. When someone helps me, and I help someone else, I build community.   By giving others an opportunity to help me, I benefit from their knowledge.   I am still a success even if I occasionally seek the assistance of others. I refrain from beating myself up over having to use an extra pair of hands. Whether I am capable of performing a task or needing some help, I am still proud of who I am and the abilities I possess.   Today, I make good use of my time by asking for help when I need