Tag Archives: self esteem

Take Positive Action to Boost Your Self-Confidence

We all know low self-esteem, no matter your age, can deeply impact your entire life. From how you see yourself and how you think you’re perceived, to letting yourself try new things or asking for that promotion; when you’re not feeling good about yourself, your outlook greatly influences your well-being, performance, and both physical and […]
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The If Project: Week Four

The If Project takes the text of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” and breaks it down into digestible chunks of wisdom. Each week, we’ll take a few lines of the poem and focus on the life lessons and behaviors Kipling puts forth as empowering. This is a mindfulness practice, which will help you consciously build better […]
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The If Project: Week Three

The If Project takes the text of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” and breaks it down into digestible chunks of wisdom. Each week, we’ll take a few lines of the poem and focus on the life lessons and behaviors Kipling puts forth as empowering. This is a mindfulness practice, which will help you consciously build better […]
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The If Project: Week Two

The If Project takes the text of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” and breaks it down into digestible chunks of wisdom. Each week, we’ll take a few lines of the poem and focus on the life lessons and behaviors Kipling puts forth as empowering. This is a mindfulness practice, which will help you consciously build better behavioral habits […]
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Let’s Get Physical: Don’t Forget the Body in the Mind/Body Connection

We all experience physical challenges in our life, whether planned or unplanned. Some people test themselves by running a marathon or climbing a mountain. Some struggle with controlling their weight. Others are afflicted with bodily conditions for which they didn’t ask, in the case of diseases like cancer. No matter what physical challenges present themselves, […]
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Don’t Forget to be a Hero for THIS Person

You. When we think of the term “hero,” we often picture someone saving other people around them. But sometimes, you need to save yourself. Actually, when it comes to heroic legends worldwide, time and again we see how the protagonist of the story needs to be a hero to themselves first, before they can be […]
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Why (and How) to Celebrate Personal Development Milestones

“I celebrate myself, and sing myself…” – Walt Whitman, Song of Myself Human beings have always had rituals to commemorate important communal events, major life events, and even the passage of time itself. Marking milestones in your personal development should be no different. Making a “big deal” of your accomplishments helps to cement the significance […]
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Small Changes Stand Between You and Big Confidence

You might be surprised how many people worry about their lack of confidence. It holds them back when it comes to their work and social life. It’s something they wish they could change about themselves. Are you one of those people? Are you still “faking it until you make it” when it comes to your […]
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How to Get Suited Up Like a Hero

I’ve previously written about the “necessary evil” of appearances. Consider this a sequel, focusing on the sometimes-dreaded topic of professional dress. I’m one of those guys that really doesn’t enjoy getting all gussied up. But inevitably, we all have to do it at some point. So we might as well do it right. An important […]
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How to Build Your Personal Brand

This is a guest post by Jack Crute, who represents Harvey & Hugo, a London-based communications agency specializing in public relations. They use social media, PR, and content marketing to share knowledge, celebrate success, and spread positivity. This post is another in a series that applies heroic concepts to work and business. When it comes to building […]
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