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Presentation self esteem

  2. 2. CONTENT. Definitions What is self-esteem. What self-esteem is not. Factors that influence's one’s self-esteem. What is self esteem made of? Development of self esteem. Importance of self esteem. Effects of self-esteem. Some tips on building a positive and improving your self esteem.
  3. 3. Definitions. • Self-concept: Picture or perception of ourselves/ a person's mental model of his or her abilities and attributes. • Self Efficacy: The set of beliefs that one can perform adequately in a particular situation.
  4. 4. • Self-ideal: The way we would like to be. • Self-actualization A concept in personality psychology referring to a person's constant striving to realize his or her potential and to develop inherent talents and capabilities. • Self-awareness The top level of consciousness; cognizance of the autobiographical character of personally experienced events.
  5. 5. WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM? Self Esteem: Feelings we have about ourselves. Self Esteem is a realistic respect for or favorable impression of one self; Self respect. ( • It is feeling good about yourself, Putting a high value on your worth, Thinking or thoughts in your head about your self and it Is different depending on circumstances and relationships. (Dr Moya O’Brien )
  6. 6. WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM CONT… Self-esteem refers to the way we see and think about ourselves.(sandeepchhaya)
  7. 7. WHAT IS SELFESTEEM CONT… • Self-esteem (how you see yourself)( zubairsorathia) • Is the evaluation of one’s success in meeting set goals. • • The gap between how you see yourself now and your ideal self. A strong and deeply-felt belief that you as a person have value in the world.
  8. 8. WHAT IS SELF ESTEEM CONT… Self-esteem refers to the way we see and think about ourselves Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. High self esteem is a good opinion of yourself and low self esteem is a bad opinion of yourself.
  9. 9. WHAT SELF-ESTEEM IS NOT.(MRS NAIMA-UNNISSA) 1. Self Esteem is NOT dependent upon what other people think of you 2. Self Esteem is not egotism, arrogance, narcissism/selfishness, or a desire to feel superior to others 3. Self Esteem is not temporary euphoria
  10. 10. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SELF-ESTEEM. Most factors that affect our self-esteem are; • Media (Dove Evolution Video) (10 minutes) • Goal Setting, Self-Talk, Definition of Success • Accomplishment • Expectations (Realistic vs. Unrealistic) • Work Ethic, Attitude, Family, Friends
  11. 11. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ONE’S SELF-ESTEEM. • Your self esteem depends on many questions: • Is your job worthwhile? Do others respect what you do? Do you? • Do you believe you are successful? • How do you see yourself (your self image)? - Improve your self esteem - Boost your self confidence
  12. 12. CONT… • How do you feel about your strengths and weaknesses? • What do you think of your social status? • How do you relate to others? • Can you make your own decisions? A lack of choices leads to low self esteem.
  13. 13. SELF-ESTEEM…WHAT IS IT MADE OF? • Your self-esteem is made up of all the experiences and interpersonal relationships you’ve had in your life. Everyone you’ve ever met has added to or taken away from how you see yourself!.(sandeepchhaya)
  14. 14. DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-ESTEEM. •A person develops his/her self esteem throughout the life through experiences. •In this regard childhood experiences play an important role in shaping self esteem.
  15. 15. FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO HIGH OR LOW SELF ESTEEM.(MRS. NAJAM-UN-NISSA) HIGH SELF-ESTEEM. • If you are being praised • If you are listened to • If you are being spoken to respectfully • If you are getting attention • Experiencing success • Having trust worthy friends LOW SELF-ESTEEM. Experiencing Continuous Failure Being expected to perfect all the time Being Ignored or made fun of Having physical or emotional punishment Being criticized
  16. 16. IMPORTANCE OF SELF-ESTEEM. According to Dr Moya O’Brien, Self-esteem is important because it is associated with feelings like; • Confidence • Pleasure • Sense of Optimism • Happiness
  17. 17. SELF-ESTEEM IMPORTANCE CONT… • Having a healthy self – esteem creates confidence, selfreliance, and overall happiness in an individual. • Self esteem increases your confidence. If you have confidence you will respect yourself and then you can respect others, improve your relationships and become happier....this is not a selfish goal as you will contribute more and share yourself with the world and those around you.
  18. 18. IMPORTANCE OF SELF-ESTEEM CONT… • Low esteem causes depression, unhappiness, insecurity and low confidence. • Other's desires may take preference over yours. • Inner criticism, that nagging voice of disapproval inside you, causes you to stumble at every challenge and challenges seem impossible
  19. 19. ADVANTAGES OF A GOOD SELF-ESTEEM. Leader to others Change the bad Appreciate life Accept failure Doesn’t submit to peer pressure Good Self Esteem Willing to try new things Is not a threat to others Believes in self
  20. 20. EFFECTS OF HIGH SELF-ESTEEM. • They don’t worry about how others will judge them. • They have the courage to express themselves. • Their lives are enriched with each new encounter. • They are nicer to be around.
  21. 21. EFFECTS OF HIGH SELF-ESTEEM CONT… • Their ideas are met with interest because others want to hear what they have to say. • They are magnets to positive opportunities!
  22. 22. EFFECTS OF LOW SELF-ESTEEM.  People with low self-esteem possess following characteristics: -They don’t believe in themselves. -They see themselves failing before they begin.
  23. 23. EFFECTS OF LOW SELF-ESTEEM CONT… They have a hard time forgiving their mistakes and make themselves pay the price forever. -They believe they can never be as good as they should be or as others. -They are afraid to show their creativity because they will be ridiculed.
  24. 24. EFFECTS OF LOW SELF-ESTEEM CONT… They are dissatisfied with their lives. -They spend most of their time alone. -They complain and criticize. -They worry about everything and do nothing.
  25. 25. TIPS ON BUILDING YOUR SELF-ESTEEM.  Learn to be more assertive and not feel guilty about saying no  Think positively  Believe on your self  Make plans for the future .Set and achieve goals  Do something challenging each day  Look your best  Eat correctly  Do something for someone else  Learn a new skill
  26. 26. TIPS ON BUILDING YOUR SELF-ESTEEM CONT…  Handle things one at a time  Use criticism constructively  Ask for help – take advantage of learning opportunities  Allow personal growth time each day  Do not say negative things about yourself  Reward yourself often  List your accomplishments each evening  Volunteer to share your skills with others
  27. 27. HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SELF-ESTEEM. • Choose friends who value and respect you. • Focus on positive aspects about yourself. • Replace negative self-talk with supportive self-talk. • Act in accordance with your values. • Work toward accomplishments rather than perfection. • Consider your mistakes learning opportunities.
  28. 28. HOW TO IMPROVE SELF-ESTEEM CONT… • Try new activities to discover your talents. • Write down your goals and the steps you will take to achieve them. • Exercise regularly to feel more energized. • Volunteer to help someone. • Accept the things you can’t change, and focus your energy on changing the things you can.
  29. 29. REFERENCES. Zubairsorathia self-esteem. ed 07/03/1014. Dr Moya O’Brien Improving Your Child’s Self Esteem. accessed 07/03/2014.
  30. 30. REFERENCE CONT… • Clarence Castillo Building Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence towards SelfActualization. accessed 07/03/2014. • Kdcsdross self esteem. accessed 07/03/2014. • sandeepchhaya self-esteem. accessed 07/03/2014.