Most of us find it easy to see value in others, but difficult to find value in ourselves. We chastise, belittle and abuse ourselves in ways we’d never dream of treating others. So why do we value ourselves so little and how can we learn to see our true value through our self-hatred.
In the late 1970s, people talked of the upcoming 'age of leisure', as technology would liberate us from the daily drudgery of work, and we'd only have to work three days a week. As many of us will appreciate, this isn't quite how things turned out.
I've never been one for the endless 'how to be more productive' articles that flood our newsfeeds. However, there is a notion that we need to embrace if we're to grow more effective in life, or, help other people to become more effective in life.
As a general rule of thumb, if someone beckons you to define a word, the most fitting response we can give is, "According to whom? In what context?" All words can be understood differently by all people.
Confidence is a state of being and quality of life. We all need confidence if we are to drive our lives onward and become everything we aspire to be. Life is a process of becoming who we are and a combination of circumstances we must go through.
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