Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Nathalie Lussier on Self-Esteem, The Missing Ingredient To Success

One of my favorite bloggers is a woman by the name of Nathalie Lussier who writes at Billionaire Nathalie's website/blog title may be a little confusing - her focus is on the different aspects of a person, male or female, and how people can grow and empower themselves to be billionaires on the inside. Among other accomplishments, Nathalie has a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada and is a Black Belt in the Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do.

Her post today, titled The Missing Ingredient To Success, is about self-esteem. Nathalie defines self-esteem as a mix of confidence, positive feelings about yourself, and an ability to grow as a human being. She says self-esteem is really one of the most important things you can cultivate in your life. Your life can essentially be condensed to how you feel about yourself, because it often permeates throughout the rest of your life.

Nathalie's post discusses (among other things) trusting yourself instead of trusting the opinions of others. She believes that when you feel fulfilled and proud of yourself (translated - build your own self-esteem), you will be better able to help others (translated - build their self-esteem).

I'm not going to try and re-write her post but If you are a boss, an administrator, a teacher, a parent, a husband, a wife, an aunt, an uncle, a student, a sister, a brother, etc...... I think you will find Nathalie's post an inspiring read.

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