Many people feel comfortable in some situations and uncomfortable in others. Do you feel good about yourself wherever you are and with whomever you come in contact? Or are there some situations where you wish you felt more confident? If your answer to the latter is yes, you want to read ‘Why Choose High Self-Esteem,’ the first chapter of my book, Choose to Have High Self-Esteem.
This chapter on ‘Why Choose High Self-Esteem’ explains why self-esteem is important to all areas of one’s life. In addition, the references and explanation given help people to see that having healthy self-esteem is good . Thus, they choose to make the decision to gain greater self-esteem.
Personal and Professional Benefits-Here are some authorities who cite the benefits of having self-esteem. Norman Vincent Peale points out that self-esteem is the secret to success. Robert Collier explains how it influences the degree of success. Also, Clement Stone speaks of self-esteem in the role of communication. Then, Bonaro Overstreet addresses its value in conflict. In addition, Nathaniel Branden and Les Giblins speak to how self-esteem affects one’s success. Finally, Sidney Simon is specific in how it affects one’s well-being.
Besides, Joyce Brothers points out its importance to performance. ‘Why Choose to High Self-Esteem’ gives examples to illustrate this point. These examples will help you to assess or identify ways it can help you to gain greater success.
Benefits illustrated– ‘Why Choose High Self-Esteem’ discusses how people with high self-esteem feel about themselves and function. It gives many examples to illustrate this. Some are entering the work force, pursuing a dream or goal(s), performing a task and making decisions. Too, it discusses how self-esteem helps one to take care of oneself and protect one’s esteem and dignity. Moreover, it describes how it affects interaction in both one’s personal and professional life.
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©Dorothy Wehunt and https://lifecoachwehunt.com 2019