Book: How to Achieve High Self-Esteem - Give yourself a chance by Reece Pocockcategories: Book, Personal Development, Psycology, Put-Downs, Worthy Romance, Boys, Girls, Students, Studies, Self Worth, You Decide, Be Strong, Self Esteem
Reece Pocockabout this book: All of us have problems with self esteem, including me. I found writing this book helped me deal with the negative forces around me. I recommend this book to break away from the negative people around you.
Man has always existed in tribes with hierarchical organisations, which is a system of people in a graded order. We can also see this in the animal kingdom where a leader is all powerful and dictates what all the underlings can do. This arrangement could play havoc with self-esteem but mostly animals except the situation and deal with it without too much fuss or loss of esteem.
A new study shows just what it takes to convince a person that she is qualified to achieve the career of her dreams. It's not enough to tell people they have the skills or the grades to make their goal a reality. Many people need a more vivid and detailed description of just how pursuing their dream career will help make them successful.
This is especially important for people who have the skills and potential to pursue a particular career, but lack the self-confidence. Students who have chronic self-doubt may need an extra boost to pursue their dreams they are certainly able to achieve. What they really need is a vivid picture of what will happen if they succeed.
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