A Handful of Tips 48 – Building Self-esteem

A Handful of Tips 48 –

                   Building Self-esteem


Five of the best tips to help you build your confidence and your self-esteem


By accepting new responsibilities and by challenging yourself to accomplish new tasks you can gain confidence to do the things you didn’t believe possible.

Many people have achieved great things by building their self-confidence.   


1. Take on new on responsibilities

If you see an opportunity to learn new skills, take it. No matter how hard it may appear, give it a go.


2. Challenge yourself

Get out of your comfort zone. Do things you wouldn’t normally do. Take on new challenging tasks.   


3. Join up 

Join self-improvement organisations such as a debating club, a theatre group, service clubs, sports clubs etc. Take office, become the treasurer or the president. This will increase your skills and your network of friends.


4. Community work can help

Often you can get leadership roles by helping voluntary community groups. You  gain confidence while helping others.


5.  Do the things you enjoy doing 

If you have a hobby or a unique skill, build on it. This will give you a sense of achievement and satisfaction and help improve your self-belief.

After you have built up your confidence and self-esteem you will be able to achieve some great results.




“Opportunity knocks for those who are prepared to build their self-esteem and take risks.”


Source: No Job! What Now?, Moss Associates, Ltd, New Zealand and as an e-book from Cengage Learning Asia, Singapore. Sold on Amazon.com and VitaSource.



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