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    1 Negative Inner Critic
     3Most of us have more than enough busy work to do in our daily lives. As we go from one tedious activity to another, we often feel a lack of enthusiasm, purpose, or sense of accomplishment.
    3 If you are thinking "I hate myself," chances are that you have a negative inner critic who constantly puts you down.1
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    5  This critical voice might compare you to others or tell you that you are not good enough.
    6 You might feel as though you are different from other people and that you don’t measure up. These thoughts may leave you feeling like an outcast or a fraud when you are with other people.
    7 The inner critic is like a frenemy who is intent on undermining your success. This voice in your head is filled with self-hate, and can also evolve into paranoia and suspiciousness if you listen long enough. The inner critic doesn’t want you to experience success, so it will even cut you down when you do accomplish something good.
    8 The following are some things your inner critic might say:
     5Is your daily routine filled with meaningless tasks?  Do you generally feel like nothing much matters by the end of the day?  For many of us, this is an all too common occurence. So, take a step back. What can you do to pull yourself out of this trap and make each day count?
    10 "Who do you think you are to do that?"
    11 "You are never going to succeed no matter how hard you try."
    12 "You’re going to mess this up just like you mess up everything else."
    13 "Why would a person like that like you? There must be an ulterior motive."
    14 "You can’t trust anyone. They are just going to let you down."
    15 "You might as well eat that dessert. You’re just going to end up eating too much anyway."
     8Enhancing Your Day
     9Instead of dreading the next boring tomorrow, change your mindset. Think of each day as a new beginning, a chance to do something rewarding.
     11To gain a greater sense of productivity and purpose, incorporate these three simple tasks into your daily life:
     13A Task to Improve:
     14Make this task something that directly benefits your mind, body, or spirit. It might include such activities as spending time in nature, attending a yoga class, getting more involved in your church, volunteering, or learning a new skill.
     16A Task to Enjoy:
     17Focus on a task that brings happiness into your day. Do something fun like going out for breakfast with a good friend, taking a child to the playgrounds, watching a humorous show on television, or playing with your favorite pet.
     19A Task of Kindness:
     20Carve out time to do at least ONE kind gesture each day that will positively impact another person’s life. It doesn’t have to be anything more complicated than helping an elderly person across the street, giving flowers to a loved one, or comforting a distraught co-worker.