How to {BOOST YOUR} Self-Esteem

How {to boost} your self-esteem? Well {continue reading} {to discover} how.

{How exactly to} {BOOST YOUR} Self-Esteem

It’s human nature to compare {you to ultimately} others. That’s life. {However when} it {feels as though} you don’t stack up…well, {that basically} sucks.

For example, {perhaps you have|maybe you have} scrolled through Facebook and wondered if {other folks} {are simply} happier {or even more} successful than {you’re}?

Or {found out about} your buddy’s $10k bonus and felt jealousy {rather than} happiness?

Why {could it be} so easy {never to} {feel great} enough? And {so what can} you do {about any of it}?

You could spend hours reading inspirational quotes and read {a lot of} woo woo, {feel great} articles online.

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Or {you can} {create a} few, small, tactical changes that drastically improve {the method that you|the way you} {experience} yourself. {Regardless of} {just how many} great things {appear to be} going on {for everybody} else.

Today, {I wish to|I would like to} {demonstrate} three simple changes {you may make} {that you experienced} {to boost} your self-esteem:

Strategy #1: {CHANGE} Your Invisible Scripts

All {folks} have invisible scripts {running right through} our heads. They’re the scripts that often guide our lives, but are so deeply held they’re nearly invisible to us.

Here are {some typically common} scripts:

  • “{I will} follow my passions.”
  • “{I will} get married {and also have} kids before I’m 30.”
  • “I work hard, {therefore i} deserve this nice apartment/drink/trip.”
  • “Only born leaders/natural networkers get rewarded {at the job}.”
  • “{If that’s the case} {therefore} loved me we’d be married {right now}.”

Without even knowing it, these invisible scripts keep us stuck and {make you feel} like we’re {inadequate} or we’re not doing enough.

The {very good news} is that {as soon as you} {notice} the invisible scripts {which are} getting in {the right path}, {it is possible to} flip them. {As well as your} self-esteem {increase} {consequently|because of this}.

You {may use} “The Turnaround Technique” {to assist you} {forget about} the invisible scripts that hold you back.

INFOGRAPHIC: The Turnaround {Strategy to} help you {forget about} the invisible scripts that hold you back

When you follow those steps, you’ll discover some deeply-held invisible scripts that {you won’t ever} even knew {you’d}. {Then you can certainly} turn them around {so that they} don’t run {your daily life} on auto-pilot anymore.

Another strategy {you may use} {to improve} your self-esteem {would be to} {create a} new habit.

Strategy #2: {Create a} New Habit with Small Steps

How {often} have you {thought to} yourself, “I’m {likely to} start exercising {each morning} – starting today!” Or, “I’m {likely to} walk to work {rather than} taking the train.” Or, “I’m {likely to} start {each day} with a green smoothie.”

Chances are, there’s something {that you experienced} you wish {you’re} doing but you’re not.

And {contrary to popular belief}, {the truth that} {you should do} it but aren’t {might have} a big {effect on} your self-esteem.

That’s because if you’re telling yourself {you need} something, {nevertheless, you} consistently do nothing {about any of it}, you’re sending {a note} to yourself that you can’t {make it work}. And that’s {incorrect}.

To fix this, {I’d like} you to {think about} a goal {that you would like|you want} {to perform}. But {ensure it is} small.

When you’re {getting started} with any goal – like exercising {for instance} – it’s {easier to} actually start than to {dream of} starting it forever. {And when} you make {the target} {too large}, you’ll be {less inclined to} follow through. {You’d be} better off ACTUALLY walking one mile {once a week} than {Likely to} run three miles 3x per week…and never starting.

Each one mile you walk represents a “little win” {for the} goal.

Getting {lots of|plenty of} those little wins is what {can help you} succeed. Because with each little milestone you achieve, you’re actually doing {everything you} {attempt to} do…not just hoping things {workout}. And that feels {excellent}.

Let me {offer you} {a few examples}:

  • Instead of {likely to} do 100 pushups {each day} to get {back} shape, just do two pushups {each day} {to begin with}.
  • Instead of thinking {you need to} floss {all of your} teeth, just {concentrate on} one tooth {each day} {to obtain} things going.
  • Instead of {attempting to} drink a gallon of water {each day} {rather than} soda, just drink {a glass of} water {prior to going} to bed.
  • Instead of starting a million dollar business from scratch, just {concentrate on} {getting the} first paying client.

You can {crank up} from there. {Nevertheless, you} don’t {desire to} fail {right away}.

Once you’ve chosen your tiny habit, draft your action {arrange for} the next {14 days}. {As soon as you} hit this target, {then you can certainly} consider expanding.

But remember, big goals are accomplished with tiny steps. And each {part of} {the proper} direction {can help you} {boost your} self-esteem.

Strategy #3: Become Likable

How {can you} become the {one who} – on a Friday afternoon – starts getting {text} after {text} from friends {requesting} {things such as}:

  • “Hey man! {What exactly are} you {around} tonight?”
  • “I’m {likely to} this concert, and I’ve got {a supplementary} ticket. Wanna {include} me?”
  • “{Some of} us are {going to} this bar later tonight. {You need to} come {experience} us. There’s {many people} I want {one to} meet. It’ll be awesome!”

Their secret? They’ve learned {how to be} likable. And it’s {among the} keys to boosting your self-esteem.

How {is it possible to} {are more} likable?
If {you’re} to ask someone, they’d probably say “smile more!” That’s {advice}, but there’s another simple technique {in the same way} powerful ({or even more}) – eye contact.

It seems so obvious, but {a lot of people} overlook it. They don’t consciously use eye contact, {that is a} shame because it’s {probably the most} valuable tools you have {available}. With a half-second look, {it is possible to} convey anything from confidence to insecurity to friendliness.

Here’s {a particular} Eye Contact Challenge {you may use} to quickly improve {the method that you|the way you} use eye contact and make people think you’re more likable.

(Yes, I’m {requesting} {to check} your eye contact. Notice I’m not saying, “{Grasp} it!” {I’d like} you to {start to see the} difference {once you} try {various kinds of} eye contact. When done correctly, {it could} build rapport and intimacy. When done poorly, {it could} make you {appear to be} a serial killer. We cover the difference in the clip below.)

The Eye Contact Challenge: Try holding eye contact for {another} longer than you normally would. Practice {on your own} waiter, barista, or {the individual} at the checkout counter.

  • How {can you} feel?
  • How does {your partner} react?

Learning {to cover} {focus on} the subtle yet powerful differences can completely change how people {react to} you in social situations.

Now, {you may be|you could be} thinking, {can someone really} learn to {become more} likable? Does making more eye contact {really work}?

I {obtain it}. I used {to trust} that {some individuals} are born likable {plus some} people aren’t. That {some individuals} {are simply} natural at making new friends and {presenting and public speaking} – and {ordinary people} were stuck feeling awkward. But I was wrong.

The {facts are} EVERYONE can {figure out how to} {become more} likable.

It’s {an art}, and like {any} {it could be} learned. {I want to} {demonstrate}.

In this video, Olivia Fox Cabane, {writer of} The Charisma Myth, outlines how eye contact, presence and mindset can dramatically impact how likable and charismatic {one is}. She also explains why most social skills advice is garbage and shares what {really works}, including:

  • At 2:16 – {A standard}, habitual problem women {generally have} {which makes} them seem overeager, insecure, and nervous ({you will be} doing this {rather than} {even understand})
  • At 7:00 – Two easy {methods to} instantly {are more} {within} conversations ({even though} you’re bored or tired)
  • At 12:40 – The single biggest inhibitor to charisma and {how exactly to} correct it

Check it out:

As {you feel} {convenient} in social situations, the rewards {could be} huge – from simply knowing {what things to} say around people, to meeting {a fresh} circle of friends, to accelerated progress in {your job}, and {on top of that} to {upping your} self-esteem.

Develop Unshakable Confidence in Yourself

Improving your self-esteem is super important but without confidence it’s hard {to create} {some of} this stick. That’s why I created this video. {Inside it}, I share {how exactly to} develop unshakable belief in yourself {regardless of what} challenges you encounter.

P.S. Quick reminder that we’re hosting {an absolutely free} online cooking class next Tuesday. {That is} being lead by IWT’s {individual} food coach – Heather.

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