If you are a low esteemer, you probably have been down this rabbit hole way too many times—sabotaging your way to happiness, to good relationships, to promotions, recognition, a well-deserved moment in the limelight. In retrospect, your behaviour may often leave you wrestle your own mind—it may seem so illogical, bizarre, and counter-intuitive to everything …
In order to improve your self-esteem, you need to know not only the right paths to take that will get you there, but equally —the ones not to venture into.
There is a simple way to fall into someone’s good graces right away, boost the value of your personal stock and make more friends.
With every New Year, we hope this will finally be ‘IT’—The Time when we wtill turn our lives around for the better. Here are 3 easy tips on how to get there.
Going after your dreams can be scary and intimidating. Here is my advice on how to get over these hurdles and get closer to everything you want in life.
“How to be yourself” is a must-read book for anyone who suffers from social anxiety. It’s written by Dr. Ellen Hendricksen—a clinical psychologists with the Boston University’s Centre for anxiety and related disorders. Coming from her personal experiences with social anxiety and her clients’, Dr. Hendricksen gives plenty of real-life examples and solutions to the …
The “You are good as you are” mantra may not be the best way to go about boosting your self-esteem. Here are some good options to try instead.
Use the Nudge Theory to reach your goals, become more confident, and get a better ending for everything you aspire to.
Our society often seduces us into believing that a higher salary, an Ivy-League education or a prestigious occupation may bump up our confidence. Although there are sprinkles of truth in this, what transpires upon closer examination is that none of these elements are a sustainable source of self-esteem.
The book is nothing short of brilliant. If you expect this to be one of the “standard” self-help books, you are in for a surprise. It’s so refreshingly different and fascinating to read. It’s packed with wisdom and I fount it to be so relevant to the issues we all face in our everyday lives. …