I bear a large load of responsibilities on my shoulders that I complete with joy. When my load becomes too heavy and I need to reach out for help, I shake off the ego that binds me to my pride and free myself to accept help from others.
There is a limit to what I can do – a fact I accept with humility.
Asking for the help of others takes a level of humility and courage I am capable of achieving. Life would be lonely and boring if I were able to do everything without needing the help of anyone. When someone helps me and I help someone else, I build community.
By giving others an opportunity to help me, I benefit from their knowledge.
I am still a success even if I occasionally seek the assistance of others. I refrain from beating myself up over having to use an extra pair of hands. Whether I am capable of performing a task or I need some help, I am still proud of who I am and the abilities I possess.
Today, I make good use of my time by asking for help when I need it, instead of trying to do everything all by myself. I am part of a greater community with gifted people in a variety of areas.
- Why should I ask for help?
- How does asking for help benefit me?
- What tasks on my list would go smoother if I asked for help?