Self Improvement

All of us have experienced at one time or another the feeling of renewal that comes from a change of pace. We may be walking or driving along slowly, and something happens that makes us speed up. New sensations occur; new thoughts cross the mind. 

In part 1 of these series, I showed you 5 steps you need to take to choose your goals, and the 4 steps required to define them.

In this article, I’ll be showing you how to break your goals down into more manageable steps. This is why you need a page for each goal.

Many people feel as if they're adrift in the world. They work hard, but they don't seem to get anywhere worthwhile. A key reason that they feel this way is that they haven't spent enough time thinking about what they want from life, and haven't set themselves formal goals. 

Have you ever noticed that there are certain areas of your life where you consistently suffer? Do the same self-sabotaging behavior patterns keep showing up in your life? Do you keep having the same type of upsets, over and over?

In part 1 of these series, I showed you how to recognize self-pity signs or behaviors and 2 ways to overcome self-pity, which are: acknowledging the signs or behaviors and choosing not to pity yourself. And in part 2 I showed you 4 more ways to overcome self-pity.

In this article, I’ll be showing you the remaining 7 ways to overcome self-pity. 

In part 1 of these series, I showed you how to recognize self-pity signs or behaviors and 2 ways to overcome self-pity; which is: acknowledging the signs or behaviors and choosing not to pity yourself.

In this article, I’ll be showing you 4 more ways to overcome self-pity.

Pity is a form of external validation that is based off feelings of inferiority. The desire for external validation and the internal lack of self-esteem is what leads to self-pity; knocking down our happiness levels. Self-pity is an absurd form of attention-seeking behavior. It is a sign of insecurity.