Get better self-esteem by celebrating your goals (1 minute read)
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Get better self-esteem by celebrating your goals
It is important to give yourself a reward for each achieved interim goal and a big reward when the big goal is achieved.
Often, we forget to celebrate and acknowledge what we have achieved, especially if we have not yet completed every single dimension as we had imagined.
Instead, we are often far too though on ourselves and push ourselves forward in an unreasonable pace, hardly stopping to reflect on what we have achieved and where we are.
Research has shown that changing habits usually takes at least 3 weeks, potentially up to 10 weeks, of regular and conscious practice or a minimum of ten thousands attempts when learning a new skill.
Therefore, we could benefit from both being more realistic and kinder to ourselves.
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