Mike had become a wealthy entrepreneur, but he had a hard time enjoying his business success because it seemed that every minute he wasn’t solving a business problem he was worried about what others thought of him and what he could do to get their approval.
Janet probably had as many good ideas as Mike, but because she was plagued with procrastination, she was nowhere near as successful.
Roger always talked about his dream of doing something on his own, but he just didn’t have the confidence to leave his safe (and boring) job.
And finally there was Marlene, who complained of bouts of anxiety that seemed to come over her without warning and paralyze her.
Stories like these from our clients go on forever. We’ve literally heard thousands of them. It seems as if no one really escapes.
Escapes what? … Having a low sense of self-esteem, a negative sense of oneself, a little voice in one’s head that is constantly critical of oneself.
Why Do We Suffer From Low Self-Esteem? | PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement