Increase Your Self Esteem by Being Comfortable With Your Achievements

 

Everyone wants to be the best at what they do regardless of what that activity might be. You’ve likely had experiences when you felt disappointed about your performance or actions.

Perhaps you felt you missed the mark or wished you would’ve done better. Yet, if you spend too much time beating yourself up, you’ll probably miss other opportunities to soar. The best thing to do in these circumstances is to move on and see how you do in the next trying situation.

A Parent’s Guide to Boosting Your Child’s Reading Comprehension

Parent guiding his childReading comprehension is essential to success in school and in life. You play a major role in helping your kids retain the information they read. There are basic and more advanced strategies that any parent can use to assist their children in this area.

Basic Steps to Strengthen Comprehension

Rediscover the Lost Art of Courtesy and Get What You Want More Often

Even though our parents taught us to say “please” and “thank you,” we sometimes lose sight of showing courtesy to strangers as we grow up. However, rediscovering this fine art of finesse could benefit you in many ways, from greater success in negotiating to increased respect from others.

7 Ways to Enrich Your Life With Failure

 

Sometimes, the fear of failure makes you hesitant to try new things. Often, the most powerful feelings you've experienced are those that come after a perceived failure. The question of, “What if I fail again?” can hinder you in the future.

Consider changing your perspective and try seeing failure from the other side. What if you were to look at failure in a positive way instead of a negative one? How could this benefit you? 

Think about the following benefits of failing:

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