Chuck Bauman is an executive and life coach, a decorated combat veteran, and a sensei and a black belt in Lean Six Sigma, among others.

He tells us his stories that remind us that we all have done and survived a lot of things in life. Chuck’s advocacy is to let every individual be reminded who he is – that he is a hundred percent, good enough, and worthy.

In this episode, Chuck shares his struggle and not-good-enough story. He introduces his action steps as to how to keep on loving yourself. He has concrete steps on how to believe that you are always good enough, or even better.

Find out how to take off and leave the struggle behind and come to terms that you deserve the best that life has to offer.

 

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Quotes:

“The more successful the person is, generally, that in many, many ways, they are driven to success by the feeling of being less than in their life.” – Chuck Bauman Click To Tweet “When you believe you are not enough, you look everywhere for the data that says ‘I’m not enough’ – and it’s everywhere!” – Chuck Bauman Click To Tweet “Once you begin to believe that you are enough, confirmation bias works in your favor.” – Chuck Bauman Click To Tweet

Time Stamps:

  • 03:49 – “The more successful the person is, generally, that in many, many ways, they are driven to success by the feeling of being less than in their life.” – Chuck Bauman
  • 05:31 – “Competition, in and of itself, is not so bad. It’s always about the comparison.” – Chuck Bauman
  • 05:50 – Chuck shares his “less than” story
  • 12:52 – What Chuck does so that he will not feel “less than”
  • 13:36 – How Chuck created a “cookie jar”
  • 16:12 – Chuck shares his story on knowing yourself
  • 25:12 – The effective tool Chuck reminds himself that he is not “less than”
  • 26:12 – The power of always saying that your love yourself
  • 30:03 – “When you believe you are not enough, you look everywhere for the data that says ‘I’m not enough’ – and it’s everywhere!” – Chuck Bauman
  • 30:18 – “Once you begin to believe that you are enough, confirmation bias works in your favor.” – Chuck Bauman

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