It seems like I never lost it when I read and heard about celebrity weddings that fail almost to the left and right. Not that I’m tired (and I don’t care), it seems weird that we always see movie and TV stars as flawless people, living a life of mythical riches and splendor. I think we should all stop putting our heads in the clouds and face the reality.
There are many ways to lose your sense of self-worth, no matter how little you gain. But no matter what happens, we should all try not to lose our self-esteem.
So what is needed to cut above all else? Here are some of the things you can think of and improve on that week.
Know your purpose
Do you just go from bad to worse – hoping to find happiness, health, and success? Find your purpose for life or a mission statement, and you will have a unique compass that will guide you to the north at all times.
This may seem like a daunting task at first when you find yourself in a tense or dead state. But there is always that little tendency to change things, and it can make a big difference to you.
Know your values
What do you value most? Make a list of your top 5 prices. Other examples are safety, freedom, family, spiritual growth, learning. As you set your goals for 2005 – check your goals according to your values. If the policy does not match any of your top five values - you may want to reconsider or revise it.
The number should not discourage you. Instead, it should motivate you to do more than you can imagine.
Know your needs
Unmet needs can prevent you from truly living Take care of yourself. Do you have a need for acceptance, fairness, control, love? Many other people live their lives without realizing their dreams, and most of them end up depressed or depressed about the matter. Please write down your top four needs and meet them early!
Know your desires
You know who you are and what you really enjoy in life. Obstacles such as doubt and lack of motivation will only prevent you, but it will not reduce your chances of becoming the person you should be. Express yourself and respect the people who encouraged you to be the person you want to be.
Increase your awareness of your inner wisdom by always displaying it quietly. Connect with nature. Breathe out loud to calm your disturbed mind. For many of us city strikers, it is difficult even to find the peace we seek even in our own homes. In my case, I often sit in a bright room and play some classical music. There is a noise, yes, but music humiliates the vicious beast.
Respect your strengths
What are your strengths? What special talents do you have? Third list – if you get stuck, ask those around you to help you identify this. Do you think you are smart and beautiful with your hands? Find ways to express yourself in your own strength. You can boost your confidence by sharing with others what you know.
When you truly live, you may find that you develop a sense of belonging. When you are faithful to what you are, you live your purpose and give your talents to the world around you, giving back to work what you will share with others – your spirit – your essence. The rewards of sharing your gift with those closest to you are truly rewarding, especially if it were the eyes of a stranger who could appreciate what you did for them.
Real self-improvement is the only kind of work that is worthwhile. It should not always be within the boundaries of an office building, or perhaps in the four corners of your room. There is a difference between us and how much we want to change for the better.