How To Stop Worrying What People Think About You - E-Book and Video Series [Full reseller rights included]

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Everybody compares themselves to other people and have been doing this since theywere a child.  It is a natural thing for people to do because it provides a frame of reference for who they are and where they are in life.

The problem is that most comparisons are negative and based on insecurities and fear. This can lead to a person becoming very bitter about another individual and even angry. Negative comparisons like these often damage a person’s self-worth because they believe that they are not good enough.

Some people use comparisons to boost their ego and to validate that they are great. This can often backfire and when it does the person is left feeling angry and bitter and their self-esteem takes a big hit.

There are a lot of people that idolize others and end up being overly dependent on them. They dedicate their lives to making these people happy and can only be happy themselves if they feel they have done enough. In this situation the person being idolized has too much control of the other.

Not all comparisons are bad as you will learn in this guide. You can use comparisons to improve your life and you will learn exactly how to do this here. The aim of this guide is to move you away from negative comparisons and start using positive comparisons to make your life better.

 Here are other things raised in this content:

 Step 1: Why we compare ourselves to others

- It is a natural thing for human beings to compare themselves to others

- It starts in childhood and continues into adulthood

- People use comparisons to reduce uncertainty and define who they should be

- Comparisons are more likely between two similar people

- Comparisons for the wrong reasons will create pain

- Avoid using comparisons for validation

- Use comparisons to improve your life

 

Step 2: Dangers of Comparing with Others

- Bad comparisons are usually people focusing on the wrong things

- Insecurity and fear often drive negative comparisons

- Others can drive your behaviour

- It is possible to make positive comparisons

 

Step 3: Making Healthy Comparisons

Step #1: Only make comparisons based on intention

Step #2: Be aware of what is happening around you

Step #3: Become an avid reader

Step #4: Forget about being better than others

Step #5: Don’t hold on to your self-view

 

Step 4: Small Steps for Big Changes

Step #1: Compare yourself to yourself

Step #2: Do not give your consent to feel inferior

Step #3: Change your biggest idol to you

Step #4: Focus on your own progress

Step #5: Define success your way

 

Step 5: Learn to Love Yourself

Step #1: Stop being overly dependent on others

Step #2: It comes from within

Step #3: Write and use affirmations each day

Step #4: Take control of negative self-talk

Step #5: Challenge external expectations

Step #6: Be grateful

Step #7: Identify your strengths

Step #8: Smile

Step #9: Determine your boundaries

 

Step 6: Boost your Self Esteem

Step #1: Make a list of what you have achieved

Step #2: Determine your values

Step #3: Get creative

Step #4: Identify limiting beliefs and eradicate them

Step #5: Get out of your comfort zone

Step #6: Leave the past behind

Step #7: Provide your help to others

Step #8: Get inspired

Step #9: Avoid negative people

Step #10: Make sure that you look your best

Step #11: Tackle your fears head on

Step #12: Treat failure as part of your development

 

Step 7: Give your Confidence a Real Boost

Step #1: Change your posture for an instant boost

Step #2: Think differently

Step #3: Stop idolizing others

Step #4: Be proud of who you are

 

Step 8: Advanced Tactics for good Comparisons

Step #1: What are your motivations for the comparison?

Step #2: Close the gap with curiosity

Step #3: Do it your way

Step #4: Be prepared to make the effort

 

Step 9: Comparing with others Best Practices

- Always use comparisons to improve yourself

- Never use comparisons for validation

- Don’t use insecurity and fear for comparisons

- Compare yourself with yourself

- Do it your way

- Learn to love yourself

- Boost your self-esteem and confidence

 

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