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Developing Your Full Potential part, 2


“God knows your value; He sees your potential. You may not understand everything you are going through right now. But hold your head up high, knowing that God is in control and he has a great plan and purpose for your life. Your dreams may not have turned out exactly as you’d hoped, but the bible says that God’s ways are better and higher than our ways, even when everybody else rejects you, remember, God stands before you with His arms open wide. He always accepts you. He always confirms your value. God sees your two good moves! You are His prized possession. No matter what you go through in life, no matter how many disappointments you suffer, your value in God’s eyes always remains the same. You will always be the apple of His eye. He will never give up on you, so don’t give up on yourself.” ― Joel Osteen, Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps to Living at Your Full Potential



Now let's continue to study developing your full potential. Let's think about some of the key characteristics of self-actualization. Remember that self-actualization is being all that you can be by reaching your potential. Here are the first three practical steps.


1. Self-Actualized People Have Peak Experiences

According to Maslow, a peak experience involves feelings of intense ecstasy, joy, and wonder. These experiences can also be transformative. Peak experiences are often the result of visualizing the end result. See yourself the way God sees you. See yourself with the desired end result. The Destiny of The Third Millennium Program is the material and information you need for experiencing a peak experience, Enroll now.



2. They Have a Continuous Sense of Appreciation. Be thankful.

Self-actualization is also marked by the ability to maintain a fresh outlook on life. Instead of seeing everyday experiences as mundane or stale, for example, self-actualized people continue to feel a sense of awe, wonder, and joy. They maintain a sense of gratitude for the good things in life, no matter how often they experience those things.

3. Self-Actualization Involves Acceptance

Another key characteristic of self-actualization is the ability to accept themselves and others as they are. They tend to lack inhibition and can enjoy themselves and their lives free of guilt. Not only do self-actualized people fully accept themselves, they also embrace others for who they are. Other individuals are treated equally regardless of background, current status, or other socio-economic and cultural factors.


Self-actualization is reaching your full potential. Being all that you can be is living what Joel Osteen calls Your Best Life!


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