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Tuesday Quick Tip – Building Self-Esteem

Welcome to “The Tuesday Quick Tip.” Every Tuesday, I’ll be publishing, on this blog, a short, 1 to 2 paragraph tip to help you achieve success in your life, business or career.  You can also receive “The Tuesday Quick Tip,” by email, along with our weekly videos and a free “Time Management Workbook,” when you sign up for a free subscription to my email list.


Self-esteem comes from doing and accomplishing.  It doesn’t come from empty praise.  The key is to create winning streaks for your people.  If you want to build the self-esteem of your employees, and your children for that matter, start them off with tasks to do where they couldn’t possibly fail.  As they accomplish those easier tasks, their confidence will build.  Now, start slowly increasing the difficulty of the tasks.  As they start to accomplish the more difficult tasks, their confidence will go through the roof; their self-esteem will skyrocket and they’ll start believing they can accomplish anything: which they probably can.

If you’re interested in learning more about employee motivation, attend my 90 minute webinar for managers, executives and business owners:  “Leadership Skills: Creating Self-Motivated Staff,” on Thursday July 21st at 12 noon Eastern Time.  For more information and to sign up, CLICK HERE.