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Selfday – International Self-Esteem Day

Neurosculpting Wimberger self belief

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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How do you show your feelings about yourself?

Body Language Steve Gold

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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Building Self-Esteem in Difficult Times – our ebook

building self esteem in difficult times

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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Esteem and Open-mindedness

Open Mind Thomas KeatingChildren look freely on the world with curious eyes, eager to discover new experiences – open for everything and everybody.  The most amazing thing about children and their approach to the world is that they don’t judge.

Children are too young to have prejudgments, this fact makes them open-minded.  The way they look at events and people makes us think about ourselves and our approach to the world.

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Esteem for our Oceans

Ocean: A Photicular BookWhile World Ocean Day was created in 1992 at the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit it only received its official designation by the United Nations in late 2008.

More and more countries celebrate World Ocean Day with special events.  It’s a sign that we take seriously the responsibility of protecting the oceans.

Getting the designation is certainly a sign of esteem in an official way.

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous People

Simply living Indigenous People JonesIn August the world celebrates the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People.  Its purpose is to direct worldwide attention to the situation of indigenous people in such areas as culture, education, health, human rights, the environment and social and economic development.

Indigenous people deserve our esteem as much as everyone else.  They maintain their heritage and traditions in high esteem.  Living according to their traditions shouldn’t be a reason for receiving less attention and support.

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Esteem for young Baseball Players

Managing Little League Baseball McIntoshTwelve and thirteen-year-old boys represent in the Little League World Series the best young baseball players around the world.

These young boys certainly deserve esteem for their efforts.  They give it their all and despite their youth, demonstrate a high level of talent.  It’s a joy to watch them play just because they love to play the game.  The audience gives them a lot of esteem which pushes them on to spectacular catches and clutch hitting.

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Self-esteem vs. self-sabotage

self sabotage get out of your own waySelf-sabotage is one of the many ways that keeps us from having a healthy and strong self-esteem. What does self-sabotaging mean?

We sabotage ourselves when we procrastinate for example. We get in our own way – sometimes more and sometimes less subtle. We also could call it our inner critical voice that keeps us from having a good self-esteem.

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Esteem for poems

A Child's Book of Poems FujikawaPoems can touch our hearts in a very subtle way.  Often we enjoy a poem without even knowing who wrote it.  Such is the case with popular music.

Poets aren’t as appreciated in our society as authors.  That makes public esteem given to every poet particularly important. A poet who receives esteem for his work can give this esteem back to other poets acknowledging their work.

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The effect of music on us

Teaching Music to Children BielawskiMusic is one of the fundamental constants of society and has a universal effect on people.  From classical to rap, and everything in between, it’s a fact that music is important to humans.

Have you considered that music can have a very strong boosting effect on our self-esteem?  Playing an instrument, singing or just listening to music can create this positive effect.

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