Better self-esteem: Important questions regarding if the timing of the planned changes is right (1 minute read)
This post Better self-esteem: Important questions regarding if the timing of the planned changes is right is about how to improve your self-esteem by making changes in your life.
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Better self-esteem: Important questions regarding if the timing of the planned changes is right
Unexpected stress or difficult life events might make it necessary to reassess your goals.
However, they should not be used as an excuse for not taking steps to steer life in the desired direction, to make the necessary changes to feel better.
Unfortunately, often we underestimate the cost of changing.
Change requires both courage and willingness to experience recurring discomfort.
Here are some more suggestions of important questions you can ask yourself to aid you in this process:
Do I really want to make the related changes?
Are the circumstances right?
Is this the time to stand strong during set-backs?
Is it worth carrying on with the changes?
Do the benefits outweigh the required sacrifices?
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