There’s nothing wrong with wanting to look your best, but if your self-confidence (or lack of it) comes from how you stack up on the good-looks gauge, you’ve got serious problems. When all is said and done, learning to like yourself is a choice, and it comes from within. Decision #6 covers important concepts, like:
-The one true mirror you should always look to -Why fixating on other people’s opinions of you is stupid -Character and competence: the foundation stones of healthy self-worth -What to do when you’re depressed and can’t pull out of it -Developing your unique talents and skills -Mining your own fields for diamonds
Sean Covey, Executive Vice President of Innovation for FranklinCovey Corp., is author of the international bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, having sold more than 4 million copies and translated into more than twenty languages. As director of FranklinCovey’s education practice, he directed the development project that produced the 4 Disciplines of Execution and teaches transformative strategy and execution to education leaders. An MBA from Harvard, he is the son of Dr. Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.