I am statements begin, unsurprisingly, with the words “I am”. They are present tense, positive and unconditional.

Some of my personal favourites over the years when battling toxic workplaces have been “I am good at my job” and when unsure about a decision I have made or a path I have taken “I am where I am supposed to be.”

Here are some more examples of “I am” statements. Choose one that resonates with you, or take inspiration to craft your own.

I am enough

I am worthy

I am loved

I am successful

I am strong

I am more than my job

I am the best I can be

I am perfectly imperfect

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