Self-esteem is how you see yourself.
Self-worth is how you value yourself.
As a Ph.D. in Psychology and a life coach, I’ve spent the last twenty years working with many smart, accomplished people. It never fails to surprise me how many of these successful people harbor doubts about their self-worth.
Some question or downplay their talents. Some crave external validation — they seek any scrap of praise or approval from others. Some are “People Pleasers” doing too much for other people, to their own detriment. Others don’t really like themselves, deep down. They find fault with themselves easily. They are overly harsh with themselves. They have a sense that they could be better or different than they perceive themselves to be. It’s more than feeling like an imposter: deep down, they feel that they’re not really worthy of love or success or both.
They are wrong.
Everyone is worthy of love. Everyone is worthy of success.
Over the past twenty years, I’ve devised practical techniques to improve people’s perceptions of themselves (i.e. their self-esteem) as well as their self-worth (the extent to which they value themselves). I’ve designed a workbook to guide you through the seven essential phases of improving your self-worth.
This book is for you if you would like to:
* understand yourself better
* accept those things you like least about yourself
* like yourself more
* treat yourself better
* improve your self-confidence
* find new ways to enjoy being you, and
* learn to love yourself
Yes, you’re worth it. Click here to get started: http://bit.ly/SelfWorthEssentials