6 Ways To Improve Your Self-Image

6 Ways To Improve Your Self-Image

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John Wooden once quoted, “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” Creating a positive self-image is a relevant topic in the world of pop culture. Celebrities are often degraded for portraying themselves in an unflattering manner.

 

Often, their self-image can even be tainted due to unhealthy decisions. When considering your personal self-image, are there specific aspects that you want to improve upon? If so, consider these six easy ways to improve your self-image and begin living the life you deserve!

1.     
Consider Your
Social Media Presence

From a vain perspective, many
individuals base their self-value on the number of followers, likes, or
subscribers that have. However, consider the type of material you are posting
and evaluate whether it is boosting your image or tainting it.

 

Do you often engage in social
media arguments over controversial messages or photos you post? Are others
viewing you as an object rather than a valuable human being? Do you place more
emphasis on crafting a perfect life rather than actually living one? These
questions will help you to reevaluate how you are presenting yourself to the
public.

 

2. Evaluate Your Associates

When you surround yourself with
toxic individuals, likely you are absorbing negative energy on a grand scale.
In addition, if you associate with individuals who have a damaging reputation,
others may view you in the same light.

 

Ask yourself these questions when
thinking about your circle of influence:

  
Do they
encourage me to engage in meaningful activities?

  
Do they have
my best interests and health in mind?

  
Do they have
a suggestive reputation?

 

Take pride in who you invite into
your life, as they are a direct reflection of how you feel about yourself.

 

3. Break Unhealthy Habits

Breaking an unhealthy habit will
work wonders for how you see yourself and how others view you. Eliminate
harmful activities that are destructive to your health. Aristotle quoted, “We
are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

 

The pride felt from leaving behind
something destructive will help your overall confidence. You will also see the
physical benefits of leaving behind smoking, excessive drinking, and
overeating.

 

4. 
Practice Self-Affirmations

Often times, we are our biggest
critics. We may even grow accustomed to the negative voice in our head
constantly spewing confidence impeding statements. In order to combat that
stream of self-destructive, practice speaking kind words to yourself.

 

Self-affirmations, when repeated
daily, serve as the motivational mantra to guide your steps. Emphasize your
awesome qualities and even complement your beauty. By doing so, you will see a
vast improvement in how you carry yourself.

 

5. Invest in Yourself

Many people assume that in order
to exude a positive self-image, you have to be financially elite. The reality
behind that mentality is quite false. There are resourceful ways to improve
your overall appearance.

 

One way is to ensure that your
clothes are neat, ironed, and appropriate for the setting. Keep up with your
physical appearance by remaining clean, polished, and put together. You can
even adjust your style by dressing in neutral colors to emit power.

 

Your physical appearance isn’t the
only way to invest in yourself. Challenge your mind by reading books that
increase your understanding. Engage in unique activities that broaden your
horizon. Invest in your future by making smart decisions in the present.

 

6. Exude Confidence Through Body
Language

 

The art of body language is subtle
yet powerful. The way we carry ourselves speaks volumes to our overall image.
Instead of standing with your shoulders slumped, elevate your posture to
demonstrate confidence. Speak with intention as opposed to beating around the
bush. Think carefully about how your body is communicating with others. You
will then notice a shift in how others perceive you.

 

You have the power to change your
self-image by making small variations in your routine. By doing so, you will
show others how much you value yourself and your future.

 

 

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Rod Stone
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your life.


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