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New free service to help you feel good and remain positive during stressful times
By: Jenna Banks
Love Notes to Myself is a new free service that sends daily, nugget-sized self-love reminders that have proven to give you a positive boost delivered to your inbox every weekday morning and are the brainchild of keynote speaker, best-selling author, and social impact entrepreneur Jenna Banks.
Her insights into personal power dynamics have inspired women to break free from outdated social norms so they get more of what they want out of life. She has been featured in a variety of media outlets including Forbes, ABC, NBC, and Authority Magazine.
"I've done surveys and people are enjoying them. They come through each weekday morning with the subject line that says A Love Note. It's personalized, from "Myself" to you in a sweet loving way with little reminders about loving yourself such as it's OK not to be the perfect friend," Banks said.
"Most of us beat ourselves up constantly through the day subconsciously as a default mechanism. If we talk negatively about ourselves, we bring ourselves down and drain our energy. Love Notes to Myself is designed to counter these negative effects."
Banks knows from personal experience how negative self-talk can take its toll. As a teenager, she made multiple suicide attempts. Among other things, the power of positive self-talk helped her build up her self-worth and have a positive outlook on life.
She started a company and sold it for $500,000. She also wrote the award-winning book called I Love Me More: How to Find Happiness and Success through Self-Love. (http://ilovememorebook.com/
"It's about my journey from having no sense of self-worth as an abused little girl to having self-confidence and building a successful life. The book can help anyone, particularly women who haven't learned to prioritize their needs or their happiness," said Banks.
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It doesn't have to be a big task. Any little task that you think you've done well will do. It's amazing how many of these little accomplishments add up. If you praise yourself for them, you'll realize that you have done a lot of great accomplishments.
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