It was always easy for John to take credit for other people’s achievements. He was the one who always had his hand up in class, always eager to answer the teacher’s questions. But when it came to his own successes, John was much more reluctant to take credit. He was always quick to downplay his own abilities, and give credit to others instead.
But John was slowly learning that it was okay to take credit for his own achievements. He was learning that it was okay to be proud of himself, and to acknowledge his own successes. And as he did so, he found that he was able to achieve even more.
John was still learning, and he knew that he would make mistakes along the way. But he was slowly learning to take credit for his own achievements, and that was something that was making him feel good about himself.