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There Is No Time Like The Present to Build Confidence and Self …

As you all may know I am reading The Power of Now, it’s one of the many books on my book lists.  I feel reassured when I read, it makes me feel confident.  There are so many ways to feel confident but are they the right ways?  Or are we just pleasing our ego temporarily and hurting others along the way.  Let’s focus on ourselves, for a bit, and build confidence and self esteem together.  Below is a list of how to build confidence and self-esteem I picked up from Psychology Today:In (bold and parenthesis) I’ve added my thoughts.Building Confidence and Self-Esteem:FYI For Your Improvement: A Guide for Development and Coaching.  This was one of my text books when I was studying for a Master’s in Business Administration.1. Make three lists: one of your strengths, one of your achievements, and one of the things that you admire about yourself. Try to get a friend or relative to help you with these lists. Keep the lists in a safe place and read through them regularly. Continue reading

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Praising our children to build self-esteem – The NaturalCures.Com …

Self-esteem is crucial to children’s happiness – it enables them to feel good, show respect for themselves and others, enjoy life, be ambitious, establish positive relationships and enjoy good health.According to Jan Cranfield, Self Esteem Expert, the average child hears 432 negative statements per day compared to only 32 positive statements. Promoting self-esteem is so very important to ensure that children feel happy, loved and talented. It is what will enable them to go on to positively affect the lives of others and live a successful, joyous life themselves. Continue reading

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Self Esteem | Feeling Worthless – Here's How To Build Up Your Self …

You are here: Home / Self Esteem / Feeling Worthless – Here’s How To Build Up Your Self-Worth And Self RespectFeeling Worthless – Here’s How To Build Up Your Self-Worth And Self RespectPosted by Dr. Irene on April 9, 2013 · Leave a CommentBy Alison Finch –I want to get straight to the heart of this topic, because I firmly believe that there is a simple three-step approach that can cure feelings of worthlessness, even if you’ve felt crushed by those feelings for many years.That’s right: a cure.It may not surprise you to learn that feeling worthless is very common among women. You almost certainly know that. In fact, feeling worthless is possibly the most obvious symptom of low self-esteem. But it’s also one of the easiest to overcome.Let me provoke you for a moment by making a bold statement about worthlessness. Continue reading

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7 Ways to Build And Boost Your Self Esteem Quickly | ZenLama

Everything that happens to you is a reflection of what youbelieve about yourself. We cannot outperform our level of self-esteem.We cannot draw to ourselves more than we think we are worth ~ Iyanla Vanzant Imagine going through life feeling like like everyone’s better than you, or that you’re not smart enough.What would it be like if your inner voice was constantly berating yourself because you think that you’re fat or ugly or a failure. What would that do for your confidence?Low Self-Esteem is a really rotten feeling. Continue reading

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9 Ways to Help Your Child Build Self-Confidence

Good self-esteem is an important factor in raising healthy children. According to the National Mental Health Information Center at the US Department of Health and Human Services, children who have a healthy self-esteem are more likely to act independently, handle both positive and negative emotions, appropriately handle peer pressure and can handle responsibility. Self-confidence is your child’s passport to a lifetime of good mental health and social happiness.What is Self-Confidence?Self-confidence is an attitude which allows individuals to have positive yet realistic views of themselves and their situations. Continue reading

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Illuminate Blog » How to build self-esteem in your child

As parents, we want everything for our kids. We want them to be safe, happy and confident. We want them to believe in themselves and never give up. We want them to succeed and feel proud of themselves. We want them to have good self-esteem.Self-esteem is one of those things that people talk about a lot. Continue reading

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Self Esteem | Positive Education

Self EsteemMarch 22, 2013 Middles and seniors are concentrating on improving their self -esteem.Self-esteem is: GREEN thoughts and actions: believing in yourself; having confidence;  coping with different situations and making good decisions & judgements; leaves you happy and open to listen to advice; gives motivation and self confidence;HOW? Speaking an Assertive Manner- expressing thoughts and felings in a calm, clear and non-threatening manner, without hurting or disrespecting anyone; Using ‘I feel..’ statements; being a good friend; becoming fit and healthy; recognising good things you do; knowing your strengths; giving and accepting compliments; thinking green, positive thoughts and smiling!!Self esteem busters are: RED thoughts and actions: Not making eye contact; rolling eyes; lack of interest; name calling; interupting or not listening; negative comments; noises or grunts; bullying (many bullies have low self-esteem, so we need to help them) Speaking in an Aggressive Manner- you hurt and offend others, use gruff or rough language and/or actions, put people down, threaten, pressure others, snatch, act aggressively or get too close. Speaking in a Passive Voice- you are nervous, speak softly, don’t express yourself well and have wrong body language, turning away, not looking people in the eye or standing tall can actually ATTRACT bullying and make you an easy target. We are building Positive Self-Esteem through discussion in ‘circle,’ games, stories, setting goals, power points and role play. Here are some pictures of the students playing ‘Islands’ where there needs to be many decisions made, close contact with others, laughter and much co-operation for them to achieve the goal.Islands on PhotoPeachHow is YOUR Self-Esteem? Continue reading

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Building Confidence and Self-Esteem | Marathon High

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Building Your Self-Esteem During Unemployment: A Starter Guide …

Pin It March 4, 2010 By Vintage Brazen Comments by MelissaQuite often, career professionals like myself deal with the “employability factor” to help us get hired, but sometimes dismiss an issue that can make or break a prolonged period of unemployment: battered self-esteem.So, how do you stay calm, composed and build self- esteem in tough economic times? Here are some tips you may to consider as a starter guide to self-improvement:Imagine yourself as a dart board. Everything and everyone else around you may become dart pins at one time or another. These dart pins will destroy your self-esteem and deflate you in ways you won’t even remember Continue reading

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The Easy Way To Build Self Esteem

If you feel bad about yourself and feel dejected, it is a problem of lower self esteem. The best way to raise your inner confidence is to go the way of self help for building self esteem. Feelings of dejection and lower self esteem are generally triggered when you are treated badly by someone or are insulted by someone at your workplace or home. The sense of low self esteem may be more aggressive in you if you are suffering from any kind of phobias, depression, delusional thinking, psychosis, anxiety or if you have any form of physical disability Continue reading

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