Sunday, May 21, 2006

Seven Areas of Self-Esteem

What a great list! Stolen from Cheryl's blog:

The Seven Areas of Self-Esteem

Physical prowess: Feeling confident in your bodys ability to meet the demands of daily life through physical strength, endurance, and flexibility.

Social skills and social comportment: Knowing how to present yourself well and to act appropriately and graciously in a variety of social situations. Becoming someone others want to spend time with.

Self-discipline: Developing the ability to direct your will toward a desired goal in a sustained manner; to stay with a task even when youre tired, distracted, discouraged, or no longer interested; to keep your promises.

Self-trust: Knowing how to tune in to and trust what you know and what you feel; to assess safety and danger; to act on your perceptions even when others may not agree with them.

Financial literacy: Developing your ability to spend, save, give, and invest wisely; to value your time and energy fairly; and to understand the laws of prosperity.

A place in the sun: Developing a special skill or innate talent for which you will be recognized and valued.

Positive self-image: Feeling secure and good about yourself, which includes a positive body image, and a positive relationship with self-adornment and personal style.

He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe. - Marcus Aurelius

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