Increase your self-esteem by asking for feedback (1 minute read)
This post ‘Increase your self-esteem by asking for feedback’ continues with how you can increase your self-esteem.
As previously pointed out, it is very important to be careful about both how you and others talk about you. This is of great importance for your mental health and a healthy self-esteem.
Increase your self-esteem by asking for feedback:
It is very important to be receptive to feedback from others. This way you can find out things that you yourself do not know. In this way you can get to know yourself better and develop faster.
At the same time, it is important to be observant since people have their own agendas and needs.
Feedback can also be about the other person’s own concerns, uncertainties, lack of understanding, even competition, envy and malice.
Ask 3 people to describe your 3 strengths and 3 development areas.
Ask to get specific situations described and focus on what you could consider doing differently in the future.
Remember to be observant.
Is the feedback reasonable?
Does the person have enough information to back their suggestions up?
Could the feedback be about something else?
More on how you can increase your self-esteem in the next post. See also the free blog or the course How to develop self-esteem and boost your confidence at https://jennyrappbefree.com
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