I have the ability to make a difference. I have skills, talents, and I am a good person. Most importantly, I want to make a difference. That fact alone makes it highly likely that I can make a difference.
I do things to make a difference each day. It is part of who I am.
The lives of my family and friends are better because I am part of their lives. I go out of my way to be there for them when they need me and make a regular habit of doing good deeds for them. It feels good to know I affect the lives of others in a positive way.
When I am faced with an injustice and feel too small to make a difference, I recall all the wonderful people from history that have made a difference by themselves. I can be the next Gandhi or Rosa Parks. I have the same power to make a difference right now.
I think about all the things around me that could use improvement. I know that I am the one that can bring about change.
I am a difference maker. I am unstoppable. I make a plan and follow it to completion. It is as good as done.
Today, I know I can make a difference in at least some small way. I remember all the differences I have made in the past and choose to make an even bigger difference today.
1. What are some ways I’ve made a difference in the past?
2. What can I do today to make a difference?
3. What is stopping me from making a difference?