Better self-esteem: How timing impacts the possibility of reaching your goals (1 minute read)
This post Better self-esteem: How timing impacts the possibility of reaching your goals summarizes earlier posts about important considerations when it comes to how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your goals and improve your life.
Better self-esteem: How timing impacts the possibility of reaching your goals
Last posts were about the importance of revising goals, being patient, rewarding achievements and having a realistic understanding of the time-line.
This is important since change takes time to achieve on a deeper level – from 3 weeks up to 2-3 years for more profound changes in identity and beliefs.
It is neither realistic nor kind to make large changes in life, such as changing habits, stop smoking or losing weight, when we are having a stressful period in life.
Instead, we need to work on reducing the stress of everyday life, seeking support and talk with our close ones to get back to our normal state and rebuild our resources.
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