Improve Your Mood, Elevate Your Self-Esteem

Treating yourself with respect and compassion, finding ways to improve your mood, and encouraging happier emotions when you are drained and frustrated and feel underappreciated and even disrespected boosts your self-esteem.

So, what situations typically call for you to increase and gradually reinforce your self-esteem?

When you're working so hard on the job and feeling overburdened, respecting and being kind to yourself by taking necessary breaks or giving yourself credit helps you feel better about yourself and boosts your self-esteem.

When you conduct yourself with dignity and respect, communicate effectively, and refrain from lying, spreading gossip, and sharing excessively in a business relationship, it boosts your self-esteem.

Encouraging respectful and compassionate feelings for yourself boosts your self-esteem when you feel like you don't belong in a particular field, group, or job, even after being employed.

Your self-esteem will increase when you disagree with your superiors or colleagues, attack the situation rather than the person, and approach the problem from an "I" perspective rather than one that implies blame for the other person.

When you have a big project in your business or job and you're afraid you won't succeed, adequately researching and preparing for the project before starting will boost your self-esteem.

Allowing compassion to direct your thoughts to positive outcomes when you're considering your professional or marital future and all you see is failure boosts your self-esteem.

Avoiding words and actions that are likely to result in negative and less desirable outcomes when your romantic relationship is emotionally charged and things are generally difficult or challenging will boost your self-esteem.

If you want to improve your self-esteem and confidence, consider enrolling in one of our courses on Self-esteem, Self-image, Self-compassion, Self-esteem, Self-efficacy, and Self-actualization Call or WhatsApp us at 08170768650 or email TODAY.

To your healthy self-esteem and confidence!😎Emoji

Your friend and Coach,
Damilola Ogunremi.

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