“Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Create a positive opinion about yourself: Having a positive opinion and attitude toward yourself increases your chances of personal and professional success and at the same time helps you maintain an excellent mental and physical health.

Create a list of your accomplishments and evaluate it as often as possible: Making a list of things you have accomplished in your life can help you get a better idea of the areas you have excelled and those in which you still need to develop.

Stop comparing yourself to other people: Remember, you may not be better that other people, but other people are not better than you.

Don’t take yourself, or life too seriously: Have fun! Life is way to short not to have fun doing the things you enjoy the most. Love, live, and laugh.

Spend time investing in your personal growth: Make every life situation a learning experience. It is never too late to learn new skills and to improve those areas in your life that require adjustment.

Make it a point to treat yourself well every day: Treating yourself with respect and self-love can help you develop a loving relationship with yourself.

Know your strengths and weaknesses and when is time to ask for help: Identifying your strengths and asking for help to improve those weak areas clearly shows that you are mature enough to know when you can and when you can’t accomplish something by yourself.

Don’t confuse high self-esteem with arrogance: Building high self-esteem doesn’t have to be a painful nor an agonizing experience. It involves positive thinking, a strong willingness to create a better you, the desire to find the true meaning of your life, and most of all, the urges to live a life full of love, respect, and success.

DO YOU KNOW THE CLAUS LAWS™?

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