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/ Sep 15, 2017

Is Your Self Esteem Conditional or Unconditional?

Posted by Jay Hedley

Is self-esteem taking you for a roller coaster ride?  The paradox of self-esteem is that if you can have high self-esteem, you can also have low self-esteem.

Our value doesn’t lie in what we can do; it lies in who we are. Self-esteem isn’t about the circumstances in your life.  Your value is inherent in yourself. It is your willingness to value yourself.  You can do this conditionally or unconditionally.  When you choose to value yourself unconditionally, it doesn’t matter what happens around you because you value yourself inherently.  Self-esteem is about separating your value from what you can do and giving yourself permission to value yourself no matter what.  This doesn’t come from outside of you, it comes from within, and that is why it’s called self-esteem.

In this video James Hayes, Director of Coaching and Public Trainings here at The Coaching Room, will take you through:

  • Addressing your self-esteem
  • Understanding your value
  • Learning to value yourself inherently
  • Separating your value from what you can do and what happens around you
  • Giving yourself permission to value yourself

 

Is your Self-Esteem Conditional or Unconditional?

 

Next Steps: Check out the download below to access a load more hints and tips that will accelerate your personal development.

 

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