KEYS TO OVERCOMING LOW SELF-ESTEEM
Have you ever heard of the law of attraction? The law of attraction is the ability to attract into our lives what we are focusing on. It all begins from our minds and transforms into reality. If we think positive and work towards achieving a positive result, these thoughts will eventually become a reality. This also applies to negative thoughts. Most times, what you believe about yourself manifest into reality. You are smart; you have a good heart; you are beautiful; you have ideas that can help people solve a difficult task; you are a perfect Mother/Sister/Wife, Father/Brother/Husband, Friend, Grandparent and every good thing you can think of. Believe it and live up to it. Attract what you want. You have it in you to be the person you can be proud of.
MISTAKES ARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH.
Mistakes are unintentional errors. When you make a mistake, you have done something wrong. Often, these mistakes are made because we are humans, and we are not perfect. Making mistakes can cause several reasons such as; poor communication, pressure to decide fast, partial knowledge and so on. If we don’t make mistakes, we would learn nothing. Do not be hard on yourself by blaming yourself for failure. We are humans. It is normal if we do not get it always right. Mistakes are opportunities for growth. It is in failing we realise our weakness and strength. When we make mistakes, we should be curious to know why we failed at that task and be better rather than faulting ourselves and giving up. Some of us dwell on our failure and tell ourselves we are not good, so, we quit trying because we assume we will fail. Please, if you have this mind-set you need to change it.
Mistakes are part of life. We gain knowledge by knowing what works for us and what doesn’t work for us when we fail. Mistakes make us creative; if we fail at first attempt, it triggers our creativity because we will find other options to get it right. Remember, Bruce Lee said;
‘Mistakes are always forgivable if one has the courage to admit them’.
Quit living a life of blame and grow from your mistakes.