Self-love, confidence, self-worth, self-esteem are core values every girl needs transitioning into womanhood. The 20th Century has sadly changed the way we view these values. People are dehumanizing the value of working on self and honestly, it needs to stop!  

If you don’t know, Lady University is a lifestyle brand to help women tap into their feminine power. We’re always super excited to share tips on building character and self-esteem. Did you know we have a  mentoring program for girls?

Self-esteem is all about loving your self.

Self-esteem = How much we like ourselves

3 Ways to Build Self Esteem:

Love yourself more!

1. Do something you’re naturally good at

What are you naturally good at or enjoy doing? Regularly doing things that you are good at reinforces your belief in your abilities and strengths. Maybe you’re naturally good at organizing parties. Your friends can always count on you to deliver and it’s natural for you. Find that thing that’s easy for you. 

2. Have goals and create a plan

Having a goal alone won’t do much if you don’t have a plan to execute. One of the biggest reasons for laziness is not having a plan to achieve your goals. You don’t know what the next step is and start to wander off randomly. If you don’t know where you’re going, how will you ever get there. Write it out. It works, trust. 

3. Don’t. I repeat… Don’t compare yourself with others

Stop comparing yourself to other women. Low-self esteem stems from the feeling of being inferior. Don’t worry about what your friends are doing. Don’t get frustrated if it’s taking you longer to complete a goal. You never know what a person went through to get to where they are. Don’t judge and definitely don’t try to compete. Compete with yourself.

These are a couple tips we’re sharing for building self-esteem. It’s normal to have emotions of feeling down but don’t stay there. Get back motivated and build your confidence. Share a time you felt down and how did you overcome it?

P.S. Have you joined Lady University yet? Visit and join today! A sisterhood networking organization for women and mentoring program for girls.

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