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"Part of me suspects that I’m a loser, and the other part of me thinks I’m God Almighty."

― John Lennon

Is low self Esteem holding you back?

You are a work in progress

If you're suffering from low self-esteem, you're likely telling yourself you're not good enough. Maybe someone in your past told you you weren't good enough, and you allowed yourself to believe them (or yourself).

Now think about all the things you can do. It doesn't matter if it's big or small. Did you do these things right the first time? If you're not good enough, would it be fair to say you couldn't do anything? 

The only limit to achieving greatness is the internal dialogue you have with yourself - and how you allow it to affect what actions you take or don't take. 

If you're struggling with thoughts of

  • wishing you were good at something or comparing yourself to others

  • thinking you're not good enough or don't deserve good things

  • ignoring your talents or what you're good at

  • being hard on yourself or over-critical or

  • have a fear of failure or mistakes

you have the bricks low self-esteem is built with, and strategic psychotherapy can help you work on. Low self-esteem can be debilitating and overwhelming if looked at as one big structure, but if we break it down, and set targets and goals to achieve along with way, we can address your problem space in a more effective way. 

Our strategic approach is perfect for low self-esteem because we do things in steps, see tangible progress that builds confidence and move on from there.

Phone a friend

Do you have a friend you admire and think they're talented? Maybe they're a great cook or lost weight and kept it off. Have you ever asked them how they succeed?

Yes, some have natural abilities, but have you ever asked your friend to explain how/why they're great at something? Even better, do you have a friend that was mediocre, and then seemed to excel?

Here's a challenge for you. Ask them how they got to be great. Ask your friend to break it down. Chances are when they have to think about it, they'll tell you about all the little steps, the times they failed and learned from their mistakes, and the times they pushed past the negative thoughts and got on with taking action. 

Successful people aren't born, they're created over time. The difference is, they don't allow negativity to take control and persist in achieving greatness. 

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