6 Self esteem Activities for Teens

Self esteem Definition:

Self esteem is the ability of an individual to evaluate their own worth. Self-esteem sometimes referred to as self-worth or self-respect and it is an important part of success. It is the good feeling about you. Self esteem and self confidence are the two basic pillars of success. Self esteem activities for Teens are so much important in order to become successful in life. It can be built gradually and step by step.

Self esteem activities for teens

In this blog post, we will explore 6 self-esteem activities for teens.

  1. Self confidence:

Self confidence always helps in building self esteem. Improve your self confidence and self trust by improving your skills. Always start with the word “I am”. Keep them short and specific. Consider a situation in which you felt confident. Take participation in the activities that help you build your confidence. Participation in debate and sports competition is the best way to self confidence. Dream up ways to feel more confident in life.

2. Achievements:

Life becomes charming with small wins and achievements. No life is free from wins. Everyone has made many wins in their lives. You are also in one of them. List your wins. Divide your life into different phases, like the first phase up to 10 years. List your wins and achievements for up to 10 years. Then the second phase of your life from 10 to 15 years. List your wins and achievements for up to 15 years. The recent success and goals you went to achieve in the next five years.

3. Crest:

Design a Crest (Coat of arms) and fill it with the things you value. Anything that shows your creativeness and you love to represent. Design it in a way that represents it to show who you are in a better way.

4. Set goals:

Set goals in life. Setting goals in life are very much important to achieve remarkable success. Success can be achieved step by step. So set goals you want to accomplish in the next week. The same way set goals you want to accomplish in the next year and then in the next 5 years. Always set long-lasting goals that keep you engaged. Don’t afraid to take risks in life. Sometimes if you won’t take risks your success will be limited. So taking a risk in life is also part of building self-esteem.

5. Limitations and Strategies:

Every success has some limitations, hardships, and obstacles. List your strategy keeping obstacles in mind to reaching your goals. Your strategy must be stronger than the limitations and obstacles. Make a strategy to achieve your goals. You have to move along with all your limitations. A good planning can give you more fruitful results with fewer efforts. You have to start work today to make your tomorrow.

6. Failures:

Think about the mistakes and failures you have faced in your life. Success can’t be achieved so easily. Everyone faces failures in the journey of success. Don’t afraid of failures because every failure comes with a lesson. List down the mistakes and flip it up. Note down obstacles and limitations that cause failure. Dream up how to flip each one, and commit to the flip. Flipping your mistakes, failures, and obstacles will build self-esteem enormously.

50 thoughts on “6 Self esteem Activities for Teens

  1. Never be distracted by criticism. Remember, the only taste of success some people have is when they take a bite out of you. Also, disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and important, although difficult, is the highroad to pride, self-esteem, and personal satisfaction.

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    1. Absolutely right Antonia💝, teenage is the most important stage of life🤗, because this age will define rest of the entire life🌹. If you take better decisions at this age, you will enjoy rest of your life, isn’t so Antonia?


  2. This is really solid and practical advice. One thing I’m finding with many young people though is the social anxiety and difficulty to move forward. These six self esteem exercises would prove helpful. Great post. Thx.

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    1. Thank you most kindly friend Faye, for your warm words and worthy feedback. I’m so glad you liked my writings. It really means a lot to me.
      I hope so that these activities will be helpful for our teens as I have written these after making a successful research.
      Have a very wonderful weekend Faye.

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