25 Quotes You Can Use As Daily Affirmations

Adrian S. Potter
5 min readMar 26

Because who can’t use a bit of motivation every once in a while?

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One effective way to sustain a habit of deliberate optimism is by using daily affirmations.

Affirmations are statements repeated regularly to help you focus on goals and reinforce your belief in your ability to achieve them. They can be potent tools for boosting self-confidence, promoting a positive mentality, and overcoming self-doubt.

They remind us to concentrate on the good — whether by being kind to ourselves, feeling grateful, or believing we can accomplish our ambitions.

There are various ways to utilize daily affirmations. You can repeat them to yourself in the mirror, jot them down in a journal, or even set one as the wallpaper on your computer desktop. The most important thing is to revisit them often and find ways to integrate them into your daily routine.

The practice of affirmations has gained popularity, and for good reason. Repeating the right words to yourself each day can actually alter how you think about yourself, your life, and the future.

In other words, there is some real value in figuratively patting yourself on the back.

Doctors, therapists, scientists, and life coaches all understand this. Positive thinking benefits our mood, health, self-esteem, and overall outlook.

To keep kicking butt, we must become the champions of our own lives. Within us, we carry around an endless supply of confidence — we just need to remember to access and use it when we feel empty.

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When you first start using daily affirmations, it may feel awkward or strange. But with time and practice, they become more natural and helpful. And as you begin believing in yourself more, you will recognize the upbeat direction your life is taking.

Changing how you think about yourself and life takes time, so don’t expect immediate results. Consistency is critical, so commit to repeating your affirmations daily, even if you don’t see progress immediately.

Adrian S. Potter

Antisocial Extrovert · Writer and Poet, Engineer, Consultant, Public Speaker · Writing about self-improvement, gratitude, and creativity · www.adrianspotter.com