Is Low Self-Esteem Preventing Your Success?


Do You Have Low Self-esteem?

Do you always feeling you’re not good enough to pursue your dreams, that maybe you don’t have what it takes to reach levels of success that others have? Well that limited belief is what’s blocking you from reaching your full potential.

“It’s impossible to consistently behave in a manner inconsistent with how we see ourselves. We can do very few things in a positive way if we feel negative about ourselves.” —Zig Ziglar

I was once in a position where I didn’t think I was good enough to reach success as an Entrepreneur. I wanted to change that, I decided to read the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth By John C Maxwell. One of the laws is The Law of the Mirror. In this chapter he discusses ways to overcome self esteem issues and they really worked for me here are a few.

1. Guard Your Self Talk

Don’t think or speak of yourself in a negative manner.

Instead of I can’t, I won’t or I suck

Say I can, I will and I am Great

2. Add Value to others

A great way to build Self-esteem is to help others serving others makes you feel good about yourself.

3. Create Your Turn Around Statement

Create a statement that you can repeat when ever you start to have negative thoughts of yourself.

“I am Powerful, Confident and successful”

4. Always Make The Right Decision.

Even in tough situations never compromise your integrity always make good decisions. Making bad decisions that go against your integrity will result in you thinking poorly of yourself.

5. Practice Small Disciplines Daily

Find a small daily activity you can do in an area in your life.

6. Celebrate Small Victories

Rewarding yourself and celebrating small victories will help turn your low self-esteem around.

7. Take Responsibility For Your Life.

Stop Blaming outside factors for your lack of success and realize it starts with you.

Start implementing these steps and you will see a positive change in the way you think about yourself. You will notice when pursuing your dreams it will make all the difference.


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