Mobe | You’re worth it: Words of encouragement from the MOBE Guides.

You’re worth it: Words of encouragement from the MOBE Guides.

There's a great big year ahead, and it's full of possibilities. In light of that, we asked our MOBE Guides, "If you could give a general word of encouragement to everyone working with MOBE, what would it be?" Whether you're new to MOBE, or you've been with us for a while, we hope you take their words to heart:

  • You are worth it. Take this time to work on improving yourself because you deserve it. Don’t feel guilty about doing something for you.
  • Trust the process! Believe that you will find answers and you will feel better. Even when you don't understand why you are listening to another story - trust that it will all fall into place.
  • Stick with the small changes and they'll stick with you. Don't get too overwhelmed by trying to change things all at once.
  • It takes a lot of courage to change, but MOBE Guides are behind you 100%. Your journey won't be a straight line; there will be ups and downs, sometimes you will feel discouraged, but know you have everything you need within yourself to be successful!
  • No matter how badly off you find yourself now, change for the better is not only possible; it's INEVITABLE if you keep on working at it. Believe in yourself and your ability to make things better!
  • If you play with possible changes in your mind and within your outer environment, this journey can actually make you smile and laugh.
  • You will get out of this program what you put into it. You are worth the time and effort it takes to transform yourself.

We want to hear from you.

Which stories or words of encouragement have meant the most to you on your MOBE journey? Join our conversation on Facebook or send us an email today.

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