Just because things are not succeeding today does not mean I’m a “no-hoper” or that I will not succeed in the future.
While it is very desirable to achieve well and be recognized by others, I do not need achievement or recognition to survive and be happy.
Mistakes and rejections are inevitable. I will work hard at accepting myself while learning from my mistakes and setbacks.
My performance at work – perfect or otherwise – does not determine my worth as a person.
Things are rarely as bad, awful, or catastrophic as I imagine them to be.
I accept who I am, even though I may not like some of my traits and behaviors.
There are many things about me that I like and do well (enumerate them).
I have done many things at work successfully in the past, I will succeed in the future.
I am intelligent and talented enough to learn what I have to do and how to do it in order to accomplish my goals.
I am confident that everything will turn out okay given that I have my goals, know what to do, and work hard.