How do we compensate for what we lack in true self-worth?

We compensate for genuine self-worth by a corresponding amount of ego.  However, ego-centric people are inclined to want the world to be the way they want it to be, unlike how it really is.  Such a state of mind can result in bad business decisions.

We can build self-esteem by learning to see ourselves as the person we truly wish to be.  Set aside daily time to quietly visualize ourselves as being with people who will see us and appreciate us as our desired person.  By so doing, in time, we will become that person in fact as well as in mind.

Now in print or as an eBook from Amazon, Thriving in the Changing Workplace and The Successful Entrepreneur, Second Edition by Norman York and Using Your Inner Power to find Meaningful Work by Norman and Madeleine York.  Now in production, Recareering™ for the Second Half of Life, by Norman York.

Why do your inner work first when seeking new career direction?

Motives and attitudes drive behavior.  When we seek to find work that is intrinsically beneficial for ourselves and others and when we maintain an attitude of positive expectation, we will find a source of energy and direction that may well seem incredible.  If by experiencing some challenging circumstance we come to belief that our outcomes are determined by our inner resources, never again will we fear for the future.

So much of what we experience in life is under our control; however, just saying it’s so is not enough.  We must come to believe this truth in order to benefit from its supremacy.  Achieving such a powerful belief requires practice and consistency of effort—a challenge for us al.

Now in print or as an eBook from Amazon, Thriving in the Changing Workplace and The Successful Entrepreneur, Second Edition by Norman York and Using Your Inner Power to find Meaningful Work by Norman and Madeleine York.  Now in production, Recareering™ for the Second Half of Life, by Norman York.