How to Be the Best You Can Be, by Really Being Yourself

If you’re struggling with self-esteem, it’s not your fault. You’ve been taught that you should compare yourself to others and feel bad if you don’t measure up. But the truth is that everyone has their own unique gifts, talents and weaknesses—and what makes us different is what makes us amazing! So stop comparing yourself to others; instead, focus on how well you can live up to your own potential! Here are some tips for making sure that happens:

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Be present in your everyday life.

Be present in your everyday life.

This is something that we all want to do, but few of us take the time to really think about what it means. When you’re being present, you are aware of what is going on around you and how your body feels at that moment. You are also aware of your thoughts, feelings and actions as they happen in real-time rather than thinking about them later on (which can lead to memory issues). Being present helps keep us from getting lost in our own heads too much because we aren’t caught up in some other project or task at hand – which might be distracting enough that it causes us stress instead!

Identify your strengths.

Knowing your strengths is the first step to being able to use them. It’s also a great way to figure out what you’re good at and what kind of career path would be most suitable for you.

To identify your strengths, take some time to think about things that make you happy, like playing sports or doing arts or crafts. For example: “I like gardening because it gives me time alone with nature.” Or “I love listening to music from my favorite bands.” Once you’ve identified those activities as something that makes YOU happy (whether it’s something specific or not), try listing all the things that help support those activities – from equipment used in each activity such as tools or musical instruments; through supplies needed for success; up until physical conditions necessary for success such as weather conditions etcetera…

Surround yourself with positive people.

Surround yourself with positive people.

It’s easy to think that positive people are the ones who don’t have any problems, but it’s actually the opposite: They’re usually the ones who have the most problems and struggles. When you surround yourself with these types of people, their energy can rub off on you and make your life better. It’s hard not to feel good when surrounded by happy people—and this is one of those times where being around someone else who needs help will only help them more than it will do anything for you personally! You may even find yourself feeling grateful just knowing someone else has their stuff together in some way (even if they don’t know how). Plus: If they’re having trouble dealing with something too then there might be something wrong with whatever situation caused them pain in the first place…so maybe we should stop blaming ourselves!

Don’t put up with negative people–do better by them!

  • Be kind but firm. It’s important to be a good listener and care about what people are saying, but you don’t have time for the drama of toxic relationships. If someone is complaining about their boss, ask: “So what do you want me to do?” You might get an answer like “I want you to fire him/her!” or something else along those lines—but if so, then it doesn’t make sense for you to try and convince them otherwise.
  • Don’t let them drag you down! Sometimes we fall into bad habits because other people around us encourage those behaviors and make it seem normal or acceptable (for example: criticizing yourself). But remember: no one has any right telling us how we should act—we can choose our own path without anyone else’s approval or disapproval!

Accept that you can’t change other people.

The first step to being the best you can be is accepting that you can’t change other people. This might sound like a no-brainer, but it’s not always easy for people to put into practice.

Acceptance is often viewed as the first step towards change—but if you’re focused on changing someone else and not yourself, then it won’t work! So instead of trying (and failing) to change others’ behavior, try concentrating on changing your own by first focusing on what makes YOU happy and feel good about yourself. Then go out into the world with this mindset: “I am happy with myself right now.” You’ll begin attracting people who have similar ideals!

Know that you’re enough, right now!

You are enough.

You don’t need to be more than you are right now, and you don’t need to be perfect. In fact, it’s better for your soul if you’re not perfect—because then there’s room for growth! You’ll feel happier with yourself when things go wrong (which is inevitable) because we all have our ups and downs in life; how do we get through them? By believing that even though we make mistakes sometimes, those mistakes will not define who we are as people or as individuals.

Recognize your limitations and accept them; don’t try to “fix” things they’re not broken.

Recognize your limitations and accept them; don’t try to “fix” things they’re not broken.

You may be the best person for a job or task, but if it’s not what you want, it doesn’t mean that your work should be compromised in order to make someone else happy. It’s important to know when something is not right for you and trust yourself enough to let go of an opportunity before feeling pressured into doing so by others.

You are exactly who you need to be right now, no excuses

The most important thing to remember when it comes to self-improvement is that you are exactly who you need to be right now, no excuses. Don’t try to be someone else or worry about what other people think of you. Just be yourself and let the rest fall into place as it will.

You’re here today because you have something inside of yourself that wants out and needs some attention; if your desire for improvement isn’t strong enough then don’t bother reading this article at all! You might think that by reading this article though my goal would be for myself but instead my goal is for everyone else who reads this article too – because if we all work together towards our goals then there will come a time where we can say “I’ve done what I set out with doing.”

The best thing you can do is to be yourself and be authentic. You might not always be perfect, but knowing that you’re ok with who you are and what your values are will make all the difference in life.

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