Posted on Thursday, August 4, 2011
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
Recently I’ve written about the value of self-esteem insurance. I think it’s important to access our strengths first.
And, admit your weaknesses second.
Some people admit their weaknesses easily. Sometimes it’s one of their strengths; for others it’s a weakness.
People who are or are becoming emotionally and spiritually healthy see weaknesses for what they are, challenges.
People who are not becoming emotionally and spiritually healthy see weaknesses as problems that cause pain they want to avoid, deficits to deny, and shameful secrets to conceal.
You, on the other hand, are still reading. Congratulations! You want more for your life than denial and lies.
Posted on Tuesday, August 2, 2011
in Emotional, How To, Intellectual, Social, Values
I believe your level of self-esteem can be higher, stronger and more stable.
Yesterday I invited you to Assess Your Strengths With A Reliable Tool. It’s FREE!
If you haven’t read yesterday’s post you might wanted to just back for two minutes before coming back here.
Really, I believe this will help you to honestly assess your strengths. If you haven’t You can find it here.
Look back over your results. Do they describe you? Do you like the list? Is it a familiar list? Were you hoping to have your strengths identified and affirmed?