Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance
"Give me six hours to chop down the tree and I will spend the first hour sharpening the axe"
- Abraham Lincoln
A healthy self-esteem is one that stands in the middle of the spectrum. But, what happens when one thinks too highly of himself or doesn’t think much of himself at all?
Excessively high self-esteem results in a sense of entitlement and failure to learn from one’s mistakes. A person believes the world owes him/her, and that he/she deserves everything good all the time.
On the other extreme, a low self-esteem can lead a person to tolerate abusive treatment, whether on a personal or professional level.It can also cause them to fall short on their potential, or what they could achieve.
In a professional environment, or otherwise, how can we identify a person’s self-esteem? How can we tell if they have a healthy level of self-esteem based on their behavior and attitude?
Find answers of those questions and more on following topics in this E-book:
- Defining self-esteem and self-acceptance
- Basic dimensions self-esteem and and what affects it
- Boosting your self-esteem
- Building unconditional self-acceptance
- ...and more