ALERT: This blog post includes a free audio tool download below
If you want to learn how to improve self-esteem, then this two minute daily ritual will build your confidence and transform your opinion of yourself and improve your life.
The simple daily exercise translates into more confidence, more self love, better self esteem, and greater happiness. It will help you generate what you want for yourself in all areas. Guaranteed.
And, when you learn how to improve self-esteem, you will experience more peace and joy than you ever have before.
It is simple.
But a caveat….a few people think it’s absurd or silly. They say they feel ridiculous the first time they do it. But there are the same people that say it works when they stick with it.
Trust the process. It will pay off for you.
Try it for one week and grade yourself on the difference it makes for you and track the results you produce.
To make this ritual a no-brainer for you, I have created a free tool at the end of this post that you can grab that makes it much easier.
So here is…
The two minute daily ritual that builds your confidence and transforms your life…
The basic concept is called “mirror work”. Here’s how it works:
Stand in front of the mirror, in the morning preferably, and talk to yourself like you’re having a conversation with the you in the mirror. You tell yourself: “I’m awesome,” and, “I’m brilliant.” And you send love to yourself.
When I first discovered this ritual, I felt very silly doing it. But I also found that it is ridiculously effective and I like the results it produces. Most people have a similar experience. I also love being unshakably confident.
Stick it out and put in at least two minutes each day to do mirror work. I dare you to try it for seven days using my tool.
Here is why it’s so effective in improving your-self esteem and giving you what you want in all areas of life.
How to improve self-esteem – start with mirror work
Some people have a very difficult time being with themselves in a mirror. That is because most people are used to beating themselves up for why they aren’t good enough.
The mental chatter in our heads, when you stand quietly being with ourselves in the mirror, can be unbearable for some. It was for me.
Mirror work is very different than looking at yourself when you brush your teeth. Or when you check out how great you look in that hot new dress or bespoke new suit. It’s a practice that’s about being with yourself in an a highly personal and intimate way.
But here’s the BIG SECRET about what happens when you do mirror work. When you do it often and learn to enjoy it, your entire experience of life will change.
When you love yourself unconditionally, similar to the love a parent gives a child, the deep joy and peace you experience will shift all your behaviors and how you perceive the world. And how others perceive you.
When you learn how to be with yourself in the mirror and authentically enjoy that experience, you will experience:
- A feeling of peace and ease with yourself you never thought was possible.
- Improved self-esteem.
- Profound joy for yourself, your life and everyone and everything around you.
- An abundance of energy. You’ll accomplish more in less time.
- More positive results in all areas of your life.
- Passion and connection in your romance (and mind blowing sex!)
The core beliefs you hold about yourself shape your reality. And you carry you wherever you go. When you are in love with you your world rocks no matter what comes your way.
You become someone who is settled in who you are. You don’t waiver on what you want. You stand for that. You stand for yourself.
Really, take this on. Try it. It will change your life.
I design this tool to help you: You Are Awesome Pep Talk Audio
It’s a morning mirror work pep talk I’ve developed. I can’t be there with you (besides, that would be weird!), but I can be there on audio to get you started in this process. You can use this pep talk forever, or you can use it until your are comfortable giving yourself a pep talk.
Use it until you are ready to say nice things to yourself without my help.
Check it out and try it for seven days. Assess your progress and when you get results, keep it going!
Then use my Facebook page (click here) to share with me your progress, your challenges and your victories. Or if you prefer email via this form and my assistant Ally will ensure I see your message. (She is awesome at filtering it from all the mail I get!)