- Don’t celebrate your faults by putting a positive spin on them (e.g. I always speak before thinking and sometimes it’s too harsh, but at least I’m being honest!). All you’re doing is ignoring your faults and that’s not going to help you in the long run.
- Projecting the good things in your life to others does not equate to having self-esteem.
- Address your faults. This sounds daunting and scary because we’ve been taught to aim for perfection… which is ridiculous! It’s impossible to not have faults.
- Take the power out of what having faults means. Having faults is not failure, it’s human. The sooner you embrace that the sooner you’ll feel better and clearer on who you actually are rather than who you want to be, and therefore you’re building your self-esteem!
AND check out Kelsang Lhachog’s last visit in the studio with the girls: