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Throughout this workbook, you will find a series of activities designed to help you get to know yourself, your strengths, your values, and what truly motivates you.


There are many suggestions for new mindfulness activities that you can explore to help you develop your self-esteem. Try them out and see what you think. Keep what works and let go of the rest.


Try and set aside a little bit of time each week to spend with this book, getting to know yourself and your self-esteem, think of it like taking yourself on a date!


Confidence is a psychological state, not something that could be learned like a set of rules. Positive thinking, practice, training, education, and interacting with others are all effective ways to develop or boost your confidence.

Feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem), and belief in your own ability, value, and experience all contribute to confidence. Most people would like to have more confidence. 

Identifying and exploring your strengths will naturally develop your confidence. Increasing your ability to not only do a great job but get recognised for it too.

Self esteem, Identity and Confidence: Workbook

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