3. Praise the feedback - Deepstash

3. Praise the feedback

We all have moments in our work schedule when we think we are not enough or we self doubt. For this cases keep a Praise in your inbox and drag there all the emails where you get positive feedback from your boss or your work colleagues. 

When you feel down, just re-read those emails and get yourself a slef esteem dose!

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