Jefferson O Imgbi
Raising Low Self-esteem
It is not possible to identify the cause of low self-esteem for everyone. You form your beliefs about yourself over a long period of time and this process is likely to be affected by a range of different things.
Developing Your Self Esteem
It takes me less than five seconds to condemn a CV because it is not saleable. I help lots of applicants to fine tone their CV’s. Most time they don’t know they are a product. Just like every product on the shelf of a shop with descriptions on their sleeve, your CV is your product description and here you have your strong selling points. Here you have what makes you as a product different from your competitors. This is the place you express yourself-worth and values. Self-esteem is how we value ourselves; it is how we perceive our value to the world and how valuable we think we are to others. Self-esteem affects our trust in others, our relationships, and our work – nearly every part of our lives. Positive self-esteem gives us the strength and flexibility to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes without the fear of rejection.
Getting Your Priorities Right
To stay organised you need to get your priorities right. Priority is precedence, especially established by order of importance or urgency. It is the right to precede others in order, rank, and privilege. When you don’t know what your priorities are you will get cluttered. I did train an apprentice that has a good heart so she wants to be there for everyone but not for herself. She was thirty-years and has this habit deeply imbedded in her. I know it was a hard asks, but if I am a mentor I need to show her the way. She needs first to understand that she can’t give what she doesn’t have. Our very best lesson is to understand the rule of the oxygen mask in a plane when there is an emergency. You need to wear your mask first before attempting to help others because if you don’t then you won’t be alive to help others. Her first priority was to develop herself first then she will be strong to help others.
To organise is to arrange systematically, to put in order, to coordinate the activities of (a person or group) efficiently. To organise is to make arrangements or preparations for (an event or activity). To organise is to form, to arrange methodically or in order, to provide with an organic structure. To organise is to take something that is messy, chaotic, or unordered and rearranged it logically, into a structured or coherent layout, or into specific and or defined groups.
Expressing Your Emotions
Many people try to control their emotions and when they can’t they get agitated, angry and frustrated. You cannot change or control your emotions. You can learn how to be with them, living peacefully with them, transmuting them (which means releasing or converting them), and you can manage them, but you cannot control them. The more anyone tries to control their emotions the more they resist control, and the more frightened people eventually become at what is seen to be a “loss of emotional control.” It is a vicious circle.
Understanding Your Emotions
Emotion is a strong feeling deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. It is an affective state of consciousness in which joy, sorrow, fear, hate, or like, is experienced. Emotion is any strong agitation of the feelings actuated by experiencing love, hate, fear, etc., and usually accompanied by certain physiological changes, as increased heartbeat or respiration, and often overt manifestation, as crying or shaking.
How to Relate Well with Anyone
I believe life is about people and we need people in every aspect of our life to exist. This means it is an essential skill to learn how to relate with people even if they are strangers as you never can tell. Truth is you can learn to get along with people, almost anyone you want to. I read a story in Success Magazine and I believe the story is shared by Susan Kane the Chief Editor but I am not quite sure. I do remember the story because it made so much sense to me.
Understanding the Need for a Relationship
The word relationship basically has to do with connection. A relationship is the way in which two or more people or things are connected, or the state of being connected. From the definition there are several ways in which people can be connected. This means there are many different types of relationship. Relationships with friends, co-workers, boyfriend or girlfriend husband or wife, and family are important components of our lives. Relationship means different things to different people. The quality of a relationship is based on what it means to the people involve. How and what they understand relationship to be plays a big part on how they relate.
Increasing Your Income
Income is the money received, especially on a regular basis, for work or through investments. Income is the money that an individual or business receives in exchange for providing a good or service or through investing capital. Income is consumed to fuel day-to-day expenditures. As an employee you get paid because you provide some sort of service. Your salary is an income. In businesses, income can refer to a company’s remaining revenues after all expenses and taxes have been paid. In this case, it is also known as “earnings.” Most forms of income are subject to taxation.
Sorting Your Finances
Why will people do anything for money if it isn’t important? People kill for it as well. Why will someone end a precious life because of money? Is money more important than life? The truth is without life money means nothing. Ask those billionaires who worked so hard for their money, died and left it to some lunatic children, family or relatives. The new custodians most often abuse the money because they never really worked hard for it. Sometimes these new custodians become reckless because they have money they don’t understand. They are influenced by it. Money makes the world go round. Money is very vital and important but not more than life.