Self-esteem is more indicative of how someone views their own body than their actual weight and appearance. Pretty insane, but not all that surprising.
Even if you are someone with disproportionately high levels of confidence, you are affected every single day by your level of self-esteem.
Every action you take (and inversely don't take) is directly related to your self-image and self-worth.
Deeply ingrained ideas of who we are and what we are capable of are ultimately the gatekeepers of the actions we decide to take throughout our lives.
Having negative self-esteem and an inaccurate conception of what you are capable of achieving can alter the potential you have to accomplish your dreams.
Fortunately, self-esteem is like a muscle. It's something that can be trained. Unfortunately, it very rarely is.
That's where these self esteem journal prompts can help you. Everyone has some level of self-esteem, even if it's lower than others. This collection of self-esteem prompts will allow you to focus and amplify what you have!
Whatever you spend time thinking of and justifying in your mind grows in your perception and ultimately forms your self-image. From this self-image, your volitions to act and emotions spawn.
Journaling for self-confidence can plant better seeds in your mind.
Use these self-confidence writing prompts to focus your mind's eye on all the reasons you have to be confident!
What is your best physical quality?
What is your best inner quality?
What is something about yourself you are proud of?
What are some of your best strengths?
What makes you special?
What's something you are really good at?
Why do you know that you are capable of accomplishing all your goals?
What is your best personality trait?
What do you love most about your life?
Write out 3 compliments for yourself.
What's a unique talent of yours?
What is something you did right today?
What is something you are grateful for?
What is something people should envy about you?
When was the last time you were proud of yourself?
Of course, not all of these prompts will resonate with you. These self-esteem prompts are meant to inspire your brain to start feeling confident and thinking from the perspective of a confident person.
Use the prompts that click with you personally, and discard the rest.
Through practice, this way of thinking can become a habit!
Another excellent method for boosting self-esteem is with affirmation questions. Ask yourself questions from your desired state and answer them how you would like the answer to be.
Why am I greater than my fears?
Because I consistently conquer my fears every single day. They are tiny annoyances that barely even bother me anymore.
Why do I radiate confidence?
Because I always have and always will. It is deeply ingrained in who I am.
Why do others see me as incredibly confident?
Because I am incredibly confident. Confidence is just part of who I am.
If you would like to use some confidence and self-esteem affirmations then (please) check out our interactive confidence booster tool!
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