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Queen of Your Own Life

Imagine | Reclaiming the Crown to Harvest Happiness

by Cindy Ratzlaff

Imagine. Repeat after us. “I will image a beautiful crown sits atop my head today. I can feel the weight of the gold and jewels and I must hold my head high to keep it from toppling off.  I can feel the crown carries privilege and responsibility, and I am aware of the honor and the power that comes to she that wears the crown. I am ready.  So sayeth the Queen.”

Knowing that you are worthy of your own respect and valuing yourself enough to treat yourself and others with respect automatically makes you stand out.  People sense your inner confidence and they envy you or are at least curious about how you manage to be calm, confident, joyous and gracious in difficult situations.

Being Queen of Your Own Life is an attitude, a shift in thinking and something we both practice every single day. I confess that some days while sitting in my jeans in my home office and juggling the fears or joys of my clients, I do not feel queenly 24 hours a day. But each morning I get up, reposition my virtual crown and reaffirm for myself that I am an intelligent, honest, noble, kind, and sincere woman who is bringing every bit of her effort to each task everyday.

And, for today, that is enough.  I am enough.  And, my fellow Queens, you are enough.  So sayeth this Queen.

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4 Responses to “Imagine | Reclaiming the Crown to Harvest Happiness”

  1. I love it and my crown sits perfectly on my head!! Have a blessed day!!!

  2. Mary Moritz says:

    I’m trying to remind myself that people often treat me the way I ask to be treated by my words and behavior. I would like to be reflecting that I respect myself and others. Thank you.

  3. cindy says:

    We find the same is true for us Mary and the more aware of it that we become, the more practiced we become at changing that conversation.

  4. Barbara Neary says:

    When someone gives you a compliment, you need to realize that you deserve the praise and just say thank you without belittling yourself.

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