Overcoming Low Self-Esteem

Overcoming Low Self-Esteem

Seven Dimensions
Updated Jan 21, 2020

Low self-esteem is a state of mind caused by many factors, and it can badly affect productivity and careers. In this course, psychology expert, Peter Quarry believes triggers for low self-esteem can be avoided. 

You will learn to build self-esteem by identifying the things you do well each day, creating a self-esteem file and collecting evidence of your accomplishments and updating the file regularly with new successes. So don't live with self-doubt, feeling inadequate or even self-loathing and start recognizing all the triggers that cause this, especially at work and implementing strategies to turn this around.

Key Learning Points
Low self-esteem can affect your productivity and career potential. Peter Quarry suggests how to turn this around:
•    Avoid your triggers (eg. nasty colleague self-castigation)
•    Identify the things you did well at the end of each day
•    Build a self-esteem file
•    Update your file frequently with new successes

By the end of this course, learners should be able to:
•    Apply practical strategies to build your self-esteem
•    Identify and avoid your triggers such as a nasty colleague, self-castigation
•    Identify the things you did well at the end of each day
•    Create a self-esteem file with evidence of your accomplishments
•    Generate more examples and update your file frequently with new successes

This course is part of the 2 Minutes To Success Series created by Psychologist Eve Ash. A series of two minute microlearning programs from psychology experts with practical advice and techniques to help you tackle workplace problems and be more productive less stressed improve your image and regain control of your life. There are programs to deal with challenging people and situations and strategies for professional development and managing yourself and others.