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How to Build Your Self-Esteem

You need to feel good about yourself and have lots of self-confidence if you want to become more successful and happier in your life. Having confidence in your abilities or in yourself goes a long way when it comes to success, whether you are trying to adapt to a new situation or environment, facing a tough decision or standing up to peer pressure. So, all you young boys and girls, learn to build your self esteem and have confidence in yourself first, if you want to be a successful person in your life. Here are a few tips to help you boost your confidence levels.

Take a Deep Breath:

Don’t get tense and sweat the small things in life. Being laid-back and staying relaxed, in general will help you see and understand the bigger picture. Getting frustrated and jumping into things or rushing the next decision without thinking properly will simply lead you to a bigger problem. So, whenever you do something wrong or fail to do something; try to take a closer look, learn from it and go on to make a good decision.

Take Inventory of Yourself:

Everyone has the same opportunity in life. Don’t ever think that you are inferior or not good at anything. You will have talents which your friends don’t have. So, try to make a list of things you are good at and interested in, and put effort into to improving in all those areas. Get help and encouragement from your parents and teachers by sharing your interests with them.

Realize your Limits:

Don’t be afraid to examine your weaknesses as no one is perfect in this world, and knowing your weaknesses is in itself a strength. So, if you were not born a super athlete or a good singer, that’s perfectly fine. Find out your other good qualities. You have your own personal perspective and personality in life and that’s  all you need to fit into and take your place in this world. Accept your weaknesses, learn to accommodate them and move forward with your good qualities.

Stop Putting Yourself Down:

The main problem that keeps people away from achieving their goals is “LOW SELF-ESTEEM”. Always remember that it is a real struggle to achieve things in life when feeling inferior about yourself or believing you cannot achieve. Just because you cannot pass some exams initially, doesn’t mean you can never get through that exam or you are a loser. It’s OK to feel bad and upset for a while when things don’t go according to plan, but you should let it go after a while and learn from the situation and develop a plan of what to do next time.   Most of the very successful people in this world have had many failures but never ever gave up – that’s what made them successful!

Pat Yourself Every Time you Achieve Something Good:

Try, on a daily basis, to think of at least one thing that you did really well. Whether it’s helping your mother, waking up on time, or making your friend smile, there are a million good things that can be accomplished in a day.  Take pride in yourself when you have achieved something good.

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