A person who has high self-esteem feels he or she has value. Thus, he feels worthy and deserving of the best life has to offer. Because he believes in his strengths and abilities, he sets goals based on them. Thus, he feels capable and confident. He trusts himself to reach his goals.
Because a person with self-esteem feels worthy, he or she makes himself as important as another. Thus, he says “Yes” and “No” to say YES to self. He asks for what he wants. And he takes right action to reach his goals. Also, he takes calculated risks to reach your goals.
Since a person with self-esteem feels deserving, he or she acknowledges small and big successes. He gives self positive self-statements to stay motivated and confident. When a person feels confident, he feels capable. Thus, he tackles difficult tasks to reach his goal.
By choosing to live with awareness, a person with self-esteem knows his or her areas of potential. Thus, he knows how to be his best self and to achieve greater success. Because he believes in his strengths and abilities, he believes he can learn new things. He is willing act to improve his skills and overcome limitations to reach goals.
With self-esteem, a person chooses to resolve his or her own challenges and problems. When a person lets another person rescue him, he or she sets himself up to become a victim.
Thus, a person with self-esteem focuses on what he can influence or change for the better. Not the things he has no real control over. He or she looks for workable strategies and solutions. Doing so creates a positive energy that acts as a catalyst for greater personal power and action. Thus, the person’s concerns lose their power or disappear. Hence, he takes right action to achieve his goals. At the same time, his or her beliefs in his skills make others believe in him and his abilities. He gains respect from others and thus greater self-respect.
In addition, a person who has self-esteem takes control of his or her emotions. Thus, he responds rather than reacts to situations, which helps him to gain influence. He affirms himself to avoid internalizing negatives. In doing so, he reduces or prevents conflict. Thus, he manages stress and protects his dignity.
A person with self-esteem asks self, “How can I use my strengths and abilities to contribute to society?” Or “to bet part of the world”? When a person knows how he or she can, he knows he has value and importance. Thus, he acts use his strengths and abilities to contribute to the workplace and/or society. When he does, he increases his opportunity for success and to feel about himself or who he is.
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