Mistakes or failure is part of all aspects of our lives. Whether it’s in your career, education, relationships, health or finances. We all make mistakes, and we need to learn to accept them.
Our society, for one reason or another, has considered failure a negative part of life. This is far from the truth. Failing is simply part of learning. You cannot find the path to success or whatever you seek, like self-esteem, without accepting that you will and need to fail to progress. Every time you fail, look into yourself. Have insight into what you did wrong and what you can do differently next time.
This change will not happen overnight. Your self-esteem will not go upwards in a straight line either. Your path will go up and down, left to right and forward to back until you finally break through to your higher self. There will be easy days, there will be hard days. What matters is that you don’t give up in the process. If you do, try not to feel defeated but simply try and try again.
You’ve probably heard this a million times and may feel lost. What’s recommend is to start small. And I mean extremely small.
Try to find a keystone habit you can change to make a lot of other aspects of your life flow nicely. For example, studies show that making your bed every morning is correlated with better productivity, a greater sense of well-being and stronger skills at sticking with a budget. You should be able to find a list of keystone habits and what ones work best for you by searching the web.
One of the Mindcode sessions in the “Boost your self-esteem” pack reflects the impact of small changes and reprograms your mind to more easily obtain this stance in your life.