Raise your self-esteem (9/14)

There’s a reason preschool teachers assign jobs like line leader, snack helper, or paper-passer to students: it builds self-esteem. If you grew up in a situation where everything was done for you, you probably have a low self-esteem, low self-confidence and rely on others a lot. You can break this pattern by doing activities that raise your self-esteem: trying new things, putting yourself out there, and becoming more resilient.

Contributors: Jaime Pfeffer from Jaime Pfeffer LLC

Written by Ben Skute

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