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Ego Management

Ego Management

  • Ego is a feeling inside you that makes you feel special and different from everyone else. It is related to one's self esteem and self image.
  • Ego exists in everyone in little amounts. It is tough to manage your ego but it's not impossible.
  • Do not take things too personally. It is no good to effect yourself with everything that others say or do.

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  • Stop Bragging. It is great to have very high self-esteem and feel great about all accomplishments, but bragging is just foolish and not needed. It is known for boosting ego.

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  • Accept your mistakes. Everyone make mistakes, it's very natural.It is important for you to be wise enough to own and accept your mistakes and apologize for them. This will make you feel light and won't let your false ego affect your life.
  • It is very important to realise that you're n...

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