I gain more from failing than not trying
I understand my strengths and my areas for growth.
When I work to my fullest potential, I am GOOD enough, as I am, even if I fail.
I observe others and reach out to them.
I focus on the process rather than just the results.
Yes (I failed), and…(When I fail I keep trying)
I think I have something to offer in most situations and when I don’t, I can learn from those around me.
I’m okay when it doesn’t work out.
I encourage others to get the help they need it.
I am a flexible thinker.
I ask for help
I know what’s right (for me)
I know my limits and respect myself enough to set boundaries.
I smile readily and am welcoming.
I act on my ideas.
I help when I’m asked.
I reflect on my behavior and how I affect others.
I know there is more than one version of a happy and productive life for me.
I listen with empathy and an open mind.
Each day I move steadily toward my dreams and goals, knowing they may change.
I live out what I believe.
I contribute to the world .
I can support others emotionally, even when it’s messy.
I own and can take responsibility for my actions and recognize I am not perfect.
I ponder the world as it is and wonder what it could be.
I celebrate my own unique gifts and skills with humility and kindness.
I can be genuinely happy for peers who succeed and give. support to my peers in their successes and in their failures.
I can ask for forgiveness and forgive others.
I know who I am and who I’m not.
I have a voice and I know when and how to use it.
I appreciate the contributions of others as they use their unique gifts and skills.