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Confidence : key to success

Confidence : key to success

  • Be nice to yourself. That little voice that tells you you're killin' it (or not) is way more powerful than you might think. ...
  • You do you. ...
  • Get movin' ...
  • Nobody's perfect. ...
  • Remember that everyone makes mistakes. ...
  • Focus on what you can change. ...
  • Do what makes you happy. ...
  • Always try to get better
  • Celebrate the small stuff.

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MORE IDEAS FROM 10 tips for improving your self-esteem

Self esteem improvement for a better future. ....
  • Take stock of yourself. Before you can solve any issue, you must first take a step back and assess the situation. ...
  • Power your thoughts with positivity. In many cases, recurring negative thought patterns are what fuel low self-esteem. ...
  • Change small habits first. ...
  • Learn to receive compliments. ...
  • Get a move on.
  • Nobody's perfect. ...
  • Remember that everyone makes mistakes. ...
  • Focus on what you can change. ...
  • Do what makes you happy. ...
  • Celebrate the small stuff.

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Say stop to your inner critic.

We all have an inner critic.

You can do this by creating a stop-word or stop-phrase.

  • As the critic says something – in your mind – shout: STOP!
  • Or No, no, no, we are not going there.

Then refocus your thoughts to something more constructive. Like planning what you want to eat for dinner or your tactic for the next soccer game.

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Self-esteem

Self-esteem refers to a person's overall sense of self-value. essentially your opinion about yourself. It can encompass a range of factors such as your sense of identity, your self-confidence, feelings of competence, and feelings of belonging.

  • Self-esteem is about more than just generally liking yourself—it also means believing you deserve love and valuing your own thoughts, feelings, opinions, interests, and goals.
  • Having self-esteem not only impacts how you feel about and treat yourself—it can also play a role in how you allow others to treat you.

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Self-Esteem And Self-Worth

Self-esteem is defined as your personal value, the all-embracing sense of self-worth. It is affected by your childhood experiences, genetics and other factors that may be not in your control.

The factors affecting self-esteem that you can manage are: personal circumstances, stamina, energy, thoughts and strength.

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