17 May 1 simple thing you can do to boost your self-esteem, success and happiness!
via Inc.com by Peter Economy
Self-esteem, or how you see and perceive yourself, is no doubt an integral part of your success in your career and on the job. The beliefs and opinions you have about yourself affects the decisions you make, how you pursue happiness, and how much you like and value yourself–and those with whom you work.
Self-esteem relates directly to self-worth and confidence, and can play a huge role in how you treat others–and how they treat you.
Naturally, if your self-esteem has reached critically low levels, you’ll find it extremely difficult to enjoy things you like and interacting with people, whether in personal or professional settings, will become an obstacle that is hard to overcome.
No one deserves to feel hopeless or worthless. It ultimately benefits you to take powerful steps towards boosting your self-esteem, because it is a direct pathway to your success and happiness on and off the job.
If you have already tried every existing method to feel greater self-worth, consider research conducted by Kristina L. Steiner at Denison University in Ohio. According to Steiner, writing about chapters in your life will lead to a boost in your self-esteem. These chapters, which are part of your life story, are comprised of your life goals, personality traits, values, and identity.
The way these chapters are written may vary–as a post to the British Psychological Society Research Digest blog explains, “One person’s narrative identity might be a barely formed story at the edge of their consciousness, whereas another person might literally write out their past and future in a diary or memoir.”
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