We all face the issue of improving self-esteem at some point in life. We suffer from low self-esteem because we are not really aware of our true value. If you are constantly worried about how other people see you, then you are basically relying on their assessments to determine who you are. You may feel insecure because you cannot really tell what kind of person you are or what you are capable of doing.
If you want to improve your self-esteem, it’s important to know your true worth and value. Instead of constantly looking for approval from others, try to find satisfaction and happiness with who you are, what you do, and how you live your life. Steadily build inner strength, and promise yourself daily to live a fulfilled life. Through this way of self-realization, you will be able to gradually achieve self-confidence.
Another vital point to keep in mind is to be clear about what exactly it is that you wish to achieve. If you have a tendency to seek immediate gain and chase after benefits for the moment, you may face a danger of living a self-destructive lifestyle. Create a future vision of yourself, set a long-term goal, and work at manifesting it.
Think like a long-distance runner, not a sprinter. In this way, you will not be anxious or be swayed by what people say about you. Instead you’ll be able to keep your own pace and progress steadily. Find something you can devote yourself to. A positive, honest motivation will bring a better future and a more confident you.
Consider this: We suffer from low self-esteem because we are not really aware of our true value.
Try this: Find something that you can devote yourself to, set a long-term goal, and find happiness in working toward that goal.
Related: Overcoming Inferiority Complex and Loving Your Self
Suggested reading: The Origin of Love