How to improve Self Esteem
If you find it hard to accept compliments and praise, are oversensitive to comments, or like to please people and can’t say no, then it is likely that you have low self-esteem.
Self-esteem is defined as what you think your ‘personal value or worth is’. So to determine your level of self-esteem you need to honestly answer the question “How do I feel about who I am?”
Self-esteem isn’t something that you are born with and no one can give it to you, it is something we learn. The good news is that it can be learned at any stage of life with the right tools and a positive mindset.
The key to improving self-esteem is to understand the negative beliefs you have about yourself and to challenge and then change them. As your coach, I would help you through this process using exercises and techniques to replace your negative beliefs with more positive ones.
Low self-esteem affects all aspects of your life, including work, relationships, and social life. When you don’t value yourself you tend to avoid situations where you may feel uncomfortable or lack confidence. As a result, you are not enjoying life to its full or reaching your potential. With support you can change your negative beliefs, really value yourself, and become the ‘best you can be’
To find out more about my self-esteem and confidence coaching programme please contact me.