TIP TUESDAY: Feel good about yourself


The environment around you is impacted by how you feel and the impact you have as an individual. The whole notion of  “what you put out is what you get” and “how you treat others is how you will be treated in return” are at play in this post. In this blog post, through five tips we help you understand how you can begin accepting yourself to appreciate all the good happening around you.

Tip One
The first tip is to understanding, loving, accepting, and appreciating yourself both inside and out. There are always opportunities and lessons to learn and grow. Pay attention to how you speak to yourself.

Tip Two
Stop comparing yourself to other people! We often tend to compare our weaknesses to someone else’s strength. This is an unfair playing field which will just send your self-esteem down the slippery slide. Start thinking about the person you want to be or become rather than what you think someone else may want you to become.

Tip Three
Check in with how confident you are right now. It may not happen overnight, but it will happen! Take some time out to remember or remind yourself about different situations in your life where you are confident, where being confident comes easy. Notice how confident people walk, talk and behave. Is there any room for improvement with yourself?

Tip Four
Do not confuse feeling good about yourself with being happy, positive and on top of things 100%. It’s okay to feel, it’s okay to not feel good, and know that it won’t last forever. If you are feeling good about yourself for the bigger part, then you are doing great. For the other part, there are wonderful lessons and opportunities to grow from if you just take the time to notice.

Tip Five
To all of the questions, you are the answer. How often we tend to allow another person to tell us how to think and feel about ourselves. If we begin to live our lives supporting someone else’s agenda, then who is looking after us? A person who has our best interests at heart will not expect us to always be pleasing or impressing them. Be aware of people who may want to put you down with their words or actions in order to make themselves feel better.

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