Attitude specialist Janice Davies has created the annual international Self Esteem Day recently renamed Selfday, to be celebrated on June the 26th. As the president of International Council of Self Esteem says, the event is spreading to 140 countries around the world.
Selfday aims to inspire the practice of self belief and confidence globally. The charitable non-profit organization is dedicated to create awareness and motivate action to help enhance human effectiveness and to build healthy self confidence.
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Some people say that self-esteem is a form of being self-centered.
There is one big difference between self-esteem and selfishness. It’s empathy.
Empathy is the connection between us and others because it makes us interested in and respectful toward others. When we have genuine self-esteem we have empathy.
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We can show our self-esteem through our words and actions but as well through our body language.
When we see ourselves on video we can see us as others do. In these videos we see our body language that normally happens without our consciousness.
But body language doesn’t just happen to us, we can direct it.
Here are 5 main signs of the body language you show when you have a high self-esteem.
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Justice, the second of the four cardinal virtues is another important foundation for humane society. When we encounter injustice we discover that it diminishes our happiness and motivation to be fair ourselves.
Somebody who measures right and wrong is considered to serve justice.
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When we integrate esteem into our daily life we perceive more intensely the world around us.
With esteem we pause to see a flower blooming on the sidewalk or find joy in the smiling face of a child. Our reaction is to return the smile or to stand in awe at the strength and beauty of nature. Esteem makes us aware of the little things in life.
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Each chapter of our ebook 10 Key Steps to Building Self-Esteem in Difficult Times is one of 10 key points to building self-esteem, including taking care of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of your life. If you follow these steps and really put them to work, you will discover an amazing transformation toward a life of self-esteem.
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Dr. Wayne W. Dyer was for 4 decades a teacher of self-empowerment whose voice inspired countless people to wake up and see that their lives have a purpose.
Each step of our journey has something to teach us. These were Dr. Wayne W. Dyers own words and teachings. He wrote more than 40 books, each of them a best-seller. But there is only one book that he wrote as memoir.
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In moments of success and good fortune giving esteem seems to be natural. We’re used to acknowledging a successful action. It’s easy to praise positive moments.
But esteem is genuine when it’s also given in life’s difficult moments. When people fail in their activities a word of esteem can be incredibly encouraging.
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There is a strong connection between esteem, honesty and integrity. These three powerful words create positive images in our minds.
Living esteem requires honesty and integrity. Being a person of integrity means that we do what we say. This makes other people believe in us because our integrity reveals our honesty.
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People with a strong self-esteem show higher trust in other people than persons with lower self-esteem.
It’s no doubt that without trust in other people we wouldn’t be able to live a normal life. We have to trust while we drive that the other drivers are driving as cautiously as we are. Even more important is our trust in the people who share our lives.
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