Patricia
dlamini
201233402
Self awareness and self-esteem

07/03/20
14
Self awareness
Meaning- Knowing one’s own
AttitudesFeelings-

opinion

emotion

Motives-

purpose

Desires-

needs

S...
Key areas of self awareness


Personality traits



Personal values



Habits



Emotions



Psychological needs
How to create self
awareness?


Seeking feedback from others



Reflecting on one’s own feelings and behaviours



Taki...
8-032013
1. Lack of awareness
2. Egoism
3. Fear of change
1. Relationship in the family
2. Peers
3. Intelligence ad abilities

4. Socio-economic status
5. ames and nicknames
6 Appe...
Self analysis
It involves asking our self
following questions.
 Do you like where you
are and what you
have become?
 Hav...
Self analysis
Think for a moment and
identify






the areas you normally excel
the areas you normally face difficul...
Self esteem


It is the feeling I have about my self concept.



A subjective appraisal of himself as intrinsically posi...
Self esteem is based on
your attitudes like












Your value as a person
The job you do
Your achievements
...
High and low self esteem
High-

Low-



feeling of worth,



feeling of helplessness,



happy,



lack of motivation,...
Steps of self esteem


Self identity-identifying the self with the inner self the innate qualities
and not external skill...
Individuals with high and
low self efficacy are
High self efficacy
 Active
 Courageous
 Competent
 High self esteem
 ...
Self-Esteem

BEHAVI
OR
Individuals
Secure individuals

Insecure/ threatened
Individuals
Is a measure of
how much you
feel you are
worthy and
how much you
love yourself.
OF
HIGH

SELFESTEEM
→ Feeling “GOOD ENOUGH”
even though one doesn’t
excel at everything.
→Not being afraid to speak
one’s mind.

→Accepting th...
→Being able to ask for
help when needed.

→Not being afraid to fail.
→Daring to be oneself.

→Daring to admit to
failures ...
OF

SELFESTEEM
→Sensitivity to
criticism
→Social withdrawal

→Hostility
→Often feeling jealous
and envious of others.
→Being devastated i...
FACTOR
S
Factors affecting
self-esteem:
1. Attitudes of
Adults
towards the
growing
infant and
child.
2. Emotionally
disastrous
experience of
the individual,
considered as a
threat to self,
which affects
his stability.
3. Self-attitudes are also
affected by the status of the
group to which a person
belongs.
4. The individual’s
role and status in the
group.
Tips for improving
SELF-ESTEEM!
1. Have a Good
Hygiene and work
out regularly.
2.Don’t always try
to please others.
3. Be your own person.
4. Avoid negative people and
negative thoughts.
5. Face your fears and learn from
failures.
6. Start from within.
7. Don’t worry about being
‘perfect’.
8. Learn to
appreciate
yourself.
9. Stop comparing yourself to others.
10. Reward yourself when
you succeed.
references


M. Cagungum, self awareness, 2013. Accessed 07
March 2014



R. A. Krishnan, Selfawareness, 2012. Accessed ...
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  1. 1. Patricia dlamini 201233402 Self awareness and self-esteem 07/03/20 14
  2. 2. Self awareness Meaning- Knowing one’s own AttitudesFeelings- opinion emotion Motives- purpose Desires- needs Strengths-weaknesses Accurate self assessment
  3. 3. Key areas of self awareness  Personality traits  Personal values  Habits  Emotions  Psychological needs
  4. 4. How to create self awareness?  Seeking feedback from others  Reflecting on one’s own feelings and behaviours  Taking self scoring tests
  5. 5. 8-032013
  6. 6. 1. Lack of awareness 2. Egoism 3. Fear of change
  7. 7. 1. Relationship in the family 2. Peers 3. Intelligence ad abilities 4. Socio-economic status 5. ames and nicknames 6 Appearance
  8. 8. Self analysis It involves asking our self following questions.  Do you like where you are and what you have become?  Have you ever wished that your life was different?  Can your relationship improve?  Are you producing the results that you want? Using psychological instruments
  9. 9. Self analysis Think for a moment and identify      the areas you normally excel the areas you normally face difficulties Kind of people, events, and things you like the most and those you dislike The people, events that bring you happiness/sadness The nature and extent of openness you have with others
  10. 10. Self esteem  It is the feeling I have about my self concept.  A subjective appraisal of himself as intrinsically positive or negative to some degree  Example: I perceive I am an introvert and I feel proud of it.
  11. 11. Self esteem is based on your attitudes like           Your value as a person The job you do Your achievements How you think others see you Your purpose in life Your place in the world Your potential for success Your strengths and weaknesses Your social status and how you relate to others Your independence or ability to stand on your own feet
  12. 12. High and low self esteem High- Low-  feeling of worth,  feeling of helplessness,  happy,  lack of motivation,  good,  depressed,  confident,  fear,  Courage  meaninglessness  results in motivation and drive to excel
  13. 13. Steps of self esteem  Self identity-identifying the self with the inner self the innate qualities and not external skills and roles  Self appreciation  Self worth  Self respect  Self acceptance  Self belief
  14. 14. Individuals with high and low self efficacy are High self efficacy  Active  Courageous  Competent  High self esteem  Optimism  High social integration  High motivation  More effort  Longer persistence of goals  Higher goals  Great results Low self efficacy            Inactive Fearful Inefficient Low self-esteem Pessimism Isolation Low motivation Low effort Shorter persistence Lower goals Low results
  15. 15. Self-Esteem BEHAVI OR
  16. 16. Individuals Secure individuals Insecure/ threatened Individuals
  17. 17. Is a measure of how much you feel you are worthy and how much you love yourself.
  18. 18. OF HIGH SELFESTEEM
  19. 19. → Feeling “GOOD ENOUGH” even though one doesn’t excel at everything. →Not being afraid to speak one’s mind. →Accepting that one is sometimes not liked by everybody. →Feeling that it’s okay to say both yes and no to
  20. 20. →Being able to ask for help when needed. →Not being afraid to fail. →Daring to be oneself. →Daring to admit to failures and ask for forgiveness.
  21. 21. OF SELFESTEEM
  22. 22. →Sensitivity to criticism →Social withdrawal →Hostility →Often feeling jealous and envious of others. →Being devastated if one fails at something. →Physical symptoms such as fatigue,
  23. 23. FACTOR S
  24. 24. Factors affecting self-esteem: 1. Attitudes of Adults towards the growing infant and child.
  25. 25. 2. Emotionally disastrous experience of the individual, considered as a threat to self, which affects his stability.
  26. 26. 3. Self-attitudes are also affected by the status of the group to which a person belongs.
  27. 27. 4. The individual’s role and status in the group.
  28. 28. Tips for improving SELF-ESTEEM!
  29. 29. 1. Have a Good Hygiene and work out regularly.
  30. 30. 2.Don’t always try to please others.
  31. 31. 3. Be your own person.
  32. 32. 4. Avoid negative people and negative thoughts.
  33. 33. 5. Face your fears and learn from failures.
  34. 34. 6. Start from within.
  35. 35. 7. Don’t worry about being ‘perfect’.
  36. 36. 8. Learn to appreciate yourself.
  37. 37. 9. Stop comparing yourself to others.
  38. 38. 10. Reward yourself when you succeed.
  39. 39. references  M. Cagungum, self awareness, 2013. Accessed 07 March 2014  R. A. Krishnan, Selfawareness, 2012. Accessed 06 March 2014  C. Castillo, Building Self-esteem and Self confidence towards Self Actualization, 2011. Accessed 06 march  C. Maine, Factors affecting Self-esteem, 2013. Accessed 07 March 2014  R. Brannon, Building Self Awareness and Self-esteem, 2011. Accessed 07 March 2014

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