I love this phrase: I am what I am. And I mean it, when I say it. Do you know how powerful this phrase is? Do you know how true this is?
I love to say this phrase out loud whenever I encounter something bothering.
Sometimes you may want to say this loud, but might hold back thinking that you might be rude. But you aren’t rude if you say this to someone. You are in fact being bold and realistic.
You are being practical.
You want to move on.
You don’t want anything to bother you and stop you from progressing.
“I am what I am” will help you move on.
Gives oodles of self confidence
When I say this to myself or to someone else, I feel so confident. I feel so bold and so renewed. And I also enjoy the fact that I accept myself for what I am.
This is great for you if you could exercise this.
I feel on top of everything else. When there is something that bothers me, or if I regret a crucial decision I’ve made in the past, I say this to myself.
It helps me overcome the small or big features of “me” that bother me. I now move on and don’t get stuck at any point because of anything about myself that bothers me.
Keeps the haters away
Oh this one is a biggie. You know, haters are everywhere, and they will be always haters. You can never please them, and you never have to. Just say this to the haters.
One of the biggest issue in dealing with the haters is to keep them away from you and make them stop bugging you. And you have to keep them off your head.
Haters and their awful comments can really get into your heads; it can stop you from keeping your focus on actual things you need to be focusing on. They might bother you.
They might put you in the height of confusion as to whether you should end up pleasing them (doing what they suggest) or go your way.
Instead of battling with your own self and sub-conscious mind, you can just let them know that you are what you are and they can go and find something better to do.
I personally find this to be the easiest and most convenient methods to battle the haters.
Saying this phrase to yourself repeatedly helps you mold yourself. This works very well. “I am what I am” also means that you will be what you believe in.
This means that you can mold yourself with the the way you think.
If you think positive that will be reflected in your personality. If you are a negative thinker… you know what I mean.
Saying “I am what I am” repeatedly to yourself ensures that you are taking care of keeping yourself well molded.
Do you use this phrase? Do you hold back? Have you used it in any of the ways I’ve mentioned here? Do you have any different perspectives or insights?
Please open up in the comments!