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Self WORTH, Confidence & Hierarchy of SELF

Self WORTH, Confidence & Hierarchy of SELF

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Your self-image is the way you view yourself.

You’re a unique person with nuances that are unique to you!

There’s no other self-help topic has spawned so much advice and so many (often conflicting) theories.

When who you are aligns with what you do, you’re living authentically. But most of us view ourselves as one way and live another.

When you’re faced with an inner conflict, you’re likely to shut down and do nothing. If you’ve ever been metaphorically paralyzed while making a decision, it’s possible your values were in conflict. Think back to when you’ve struggled to make a decision and see if it’s true.

Some beliefs have the power to delay you and even stop you in your tracks. If you believe that you could never run a marathon, you’d never try. Some toxic beliefs can permeate man many areas of your life and These beliefs are much more damaging than specific beliefs.

Confidence in one’s value as a human being is a precious psychological resource and generally a highly positive factor in life; it is correlated with achievement, good relationships, and satisfaction.

Self-esteem, however, is not an immutable characteristic; successes or setbacks, both personal and professional, can fuel fluctuations in feelings of self-worth.

Be bold enough to choose the person you want to become and live accordingly. The benefits are enormous.

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