A year ago, I was sitting on a couch with my family in the same apartment building where I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
We were playing a game called Game of Thrones and I had a hard time telling my father what I was watching because I had been told to never watch it.
He was so proud of me for being so self-aware that he called it “the most boring TV show of all time.”
The other kids in the building were so obsessed with their own personalities that they often went to the bathroom without asking their parents if they wanted a break.
I was a weirdo, so I did what most people do: I didn’t watch it anymore.
I started thinking about my own self esteem.
I noticed that I’d gotten so obsessed over my self esteem that I hadn’t thought about how others might think of me.
My sense of self-worth was based in my achievements and what others might deem my worth.
For me, my self-esteem was more of a function of how others saw me than my own achievements.
I began to notice that the more self-important I was, the more likely I was to think of myself as a person who had achieved some kind of achievement, and the more I wanted others to think that I had achieved that same achievement.
I decided to focus on my self self-confidence and started asking myself questions about myself, about my goals, and about what I should do to be successful in the world.
This year, I’ve spent more time thinking about self-discipline, about how I should be managing my emotions and my anxiety, and how I can manage my body.
It’s been a year of reflection.
What have I been doing to change?
What are the things I’m doing to improve my self regard?
What’s the most important thing I can do to change my life?
Here’s what I’ve learned about how to stop thinking about your own self-importance and self-doubt and to start focusing on others.1.
Focus on self-defeating goals 2.
Stop looking at yourself in the mirror 3.
Stop thinking about how you’re going to impress your parents 4.
Stop obsessing about your self esteem 5.
Stop blaming others for your self-absorption 6.
Stop talking about your goals 7.
Stop letting others judge you 8.
Stop giving yourself excuses 9.
Stop judging yourself 10.
Stop dwelling on how you look like 11.
Stop taking on too much work 12.
Stop being too focused on the goals of the day 13.
Stop complaining about things you can’t control 14.
Stop acting like you don’t care 15.
Stop living your life in a way that makes you feel inferior 16.
Stop treating yourself like a victim 17.
Stop listening to your parents 18.
Stop trying to change your parents 19.
Stop ignoring your friends 20.
Stop telling yourself that you’re perfect 21.
Stop putting off goals 22.
Stop having fun 23.
Stop doing everything you can to be happy 24.
Stop spending too much time with people who make you feel bad 25.
Stop not talking to your family 26.
Stop using positive thinking 27.
Stop believing you’re not good enough 28.
Stop expecting others to love you 29.
Stop worrying about your family 30.
Stop focusing on yourself 31.
Stop caring about others 32.
Stop eating too much and sleeping too little 33.
Stop getting too tired 34.
Stop exercising 35.
Stop feeling guilty or guilty about being too tired 36.
Stop asking for help 37.
Stop playing the victim 38.
Stop accepting bad feedback 39.
Stop loving yourself 40.
Stop hating yourself 41.
Stop enjoying yourself 42.
Stop saying the right things to other people 43.
Stop watching your parents 44.
Stop apologizing 45.
Stop trusting others 46.
Stop working out 47.
Stop learning new skills 48.
Stop staying in touch 49.
Stop walking with a cane 50.
Stop sleeping in the car 51.
Stop waiting for someone else to do it 52.
Stop buying products that are not what you want 53.
Stop paying for things you don’ t need 54.
Stop checking out websites and social media 55.
Stop reading articles that are only positive and inspirational 56.
Stop shopping online 57.
Stop drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes 58.
Stop smoking cigarettes 59.
Stop going to the gym 60.
Stop traveling 61.
Stop cooking 62.
Stop hanging out with friends 63.
Stop dressing up in outfits that are too formal or provocative 64.
Stop wearing makeup 65.
Stop holding back and looking good 66.
Stop sharing your interests 67.
Stop making friends 68.
Stop showing off your accomplishments 69.
Stop speaking in front of people 70.
Stop smiling 71.
Stop laughing at yourself 72.
Stop wanting to be liked 73.
Stop finding people you don�t like 74.
Stop calling yourself a bad person 75.
Stop falling for your parents 76.
Stop knowing that everyone thinks you’re a terrible person 77.
Stop seeing your family as a source of happiness 78