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What strategies did you use to gain confidence in yourself?
Weegy: Two main things contribute to self-confidence: self-efficacy and self-esteem. We gain a sense of self-efficacy when we see ourselves (and others similar to ourselves) mastering skills and achieving goals that matter in those skill areas. [ This is the confidence that, if we learn and work hard in a particular area, we'll succeed; and it's this type of confidence that leads people to accept difficult challenges, and persist in the face of setbacks. ] (More)
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How do you think that you became so confident in yourself? What are you particularly confident in?
Weegy: To be confident, you must know what is your niche. I'm confident on my knowledge in Online Marketing and SEO because that is my niche. (More)
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Name three reason why friends is an important aspect in life.
Weegy: Three reasons for friends are an important aspect in life : 1. Physical health : our habits tend to be worse when we are on our own too much (what is too much will vary from person to person). [ We drink more alcohol, take less exercise and often eat less well. I know lots of people who say they eat a much more balanced meal if they are with others than if they are at home alone. Sleep patterns can also be disrupted by feeling lonely. Our immune systems don't work as well when we are on our own more than we would like or that is good for us either. These things do relate to generally good relationships with others - there are clearly negative effects of spending time with others in a negative way (if they are bullying you for instance). But it doesn't have to be a romantic relationship, the benefits apply to friends of all shapes and sizes and ages and abilities and a few or lots of friends (people vary in their preference for the number of friends they have, that is no problem at all). ......... 2. Perspective : people on their own a lot can be prone to a lot of rumination. Going over and over things that maybe didn't go well, or are coming up, or could have been better in some way. Friends dispel that to a large extent. You realise someone else has the same issue, or a different view on it, or just help you to find a funny side. They may (gently or otherwise) challenge your views which can be enormously helpful. They may be sympathetic to your outlook. Great friends are often sympathetic and challenging at times! They may have suggestions which help. They may not. But in any event being with friends usually stops the rumination in its tracks for while at least which is a big factor in reducing anxiety. Money (beyond keeping a roof over your head and food on the table) rarely reduces anxiety. It has a habit of doing the exact opposite. ............ 3. Creativity : friends can help you to bounce your ideas around, or can inspire you with new ideas. The ... (More)
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What would your advice be to someone with low self-esteem?
Weegy: Causes of low self-esteem Generalisations about low self esteem include: Early years are considered particularly important in establishing our self-esteem and our family is a strong force in the development of our individual self-esteem. [ High self-esteem in parents can be used to nurture children’s self-esteem How an individual develops their self-esteem during their time at school can also be an important factor in their sense of worth. Those who develop high self-esteem during this time are generally less likely to engage in destructive behaviour such as alcohol and drug abuse and crime. Our own natural personality and the messages and influences we receive from everyone around us about how we should act and feel can affect our self-esteem. High self esteem has to be sought by the individual themselves and can’t be ‘given’ to a person. An individual must actively seek to improve their own self-esteem if they are to build their sense of worth. Help for low self-esteem Therapy or counselling can often help those suffering from low self-esteem and help develop a sense of self to ensure a more fulfilling life. Some individuals may benefit from dance, music, painting or creative writing to find a sense of empowerment within themselves. Support groups on assertiveness or building self-esteem are also widely available in the UK. Sometimes keeping a journal to explore past negative memories may help individuals relate to how these are causing them difficulties now. Taking care of your physical health, exercising, reducing stress levels and accepting a realistic challenge can also help towards building self-esteem. for more info visit ] (More)
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What would your advice be to someone with low self-esteem?
Weegy: Persistence is very important. Success is rarely instant, although you may be able to see rapid improvement by making small changes to your behaviour or thinking. [ To make permanent improvement you have to work and persist in your efforts. Building self-esteem is one thing but maintaining a high level of esteem requires that you incorporate the things you learn into your life and make them habit-forming. Read more: ] (More)
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