The Divinity of Self

Last week I talked about the distinction between Confidence and Self-Confidence, Esteem and Self-Esteem and Awareness and Self-Awareness. Today I’d like to take this a further step by talking about Divine Confidence, Divine Esteem and Divine Awareness.
You see as we go up the spiral of stage development from Conformist to Achiever and onto Strategist, we gradually learn to engage our divinity. While the Conformist is anchored in the Ego with an outreach to the Heart, and the Achiever is anchored in the Heart with an outreach to the Mind, the open mindful mind, the Strategist is anchored in the Mind with outreach to Spirit. I suggest that it is impossible to anchor at Strategist, where 5% of the highest performing executives reside, without appreciating our divinity¬† Continue reading “The Divinity of Self”

The Distinction of Self

Yesterday I was intrigued by the difference between Confidence and Self-Confidence, Esteem and Self-Esteem and Awareness and Self-Awareness … what is the distinction in the meaning of the words: confidence, esteem and awareness, when you place the word “Self” before it?

Confidence and Self-Confidence

The difference is between our inner and outer worlds. When we have confidence in something, the weather being fine, a sports team winning the final, a new business project coming through, we’re confident in an external event emerging in our world. We’re not always right but we’re prepared to have faith in the outcome, demonstrate confidence that this will indeed be the case. What about self-confidence? Continue reading “The Distinction of Self”