Getting in the Right Mindset
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1- Get to know yourself. The more you understand about yourself, the more you'll see and appreciate how unique you really are, and the more you'll respect yourself. Discover your principles, personality, and talents. It can take a while to complete this exciting process of self-discovery, but you'll quickly see that it was worth it.

  • Make a list of things, people, feelings and activities that are important to you. This will help you identify what you really like and need in your life.
  • Try out different activities. This will give you a chance to see what you like and what you don't like.


2- Forgive yourself. If you want to respect yourself, then you have to be able to forgive yourself for things you've done in the past that you’re not proud of. Admit what you did was wrong, apologize to others if necessary, and work on moving forward. If you're too hard on yourself for making the wrong decision or saying something hurtful, then you'll never be able to move on. Know you're human. People make mistakes. Making mistakes is the way we learn, so accept them and forgive yourself.


 3- Accept yourself be comfortable in your own skin, learning to love and accept the person that you are. This doesn't mean you have to think that you're perfect, but you have to learn to embrace yourself. Be happy with all of the things you love about yourself, and be okay with the parts of you that are less-than-perfect, especially the ones you can't change.

4- Work on building your confidence. Achieving self-respect is difficult if you're not happy with who you are, how you look, or what you're doing. Building true confidence takes a lot of work, but doing a few simple things every day can start you on your way.

  • Start by maintaining positive body language and good posture, smiling more, and thinking at least three good thoughts about yourself each hour.
  • If someone compliments you, accept their statement by saying, “Thank you.”


5- Maintain a positive attitude. A positive attitude can make or break your success in life, as well as your thoughts about who you are. Even if things aren't going your way, be confident about the fact that something good is bound to happen eventually. Be pleased with your everyday life and all that it can offer you. If you feel overly negative about everything and only imagine the worst in every situation, then you're bound to never feel good about who you are or to give yourself the respect you deserve.

  • For example, if you applied to a job you really want, don't say, "There's no chance I'll get it. There are so many more qualified applicants." Instead, say, "It would be so exciting to get that job. Even if I don't get asked for an interview, I'm still proud of myself for applying."


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