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The share market is the birthplace of new knowledge which leads us to continue striving to uncover the light in the dark and helps us to cope with any new challenges. I am an illustrator on Shareview and share my account of investing as I realized that the way to personal identity was to teach myself. Despite my hard efforts, I had a mix of hope and doubt while learning through my own eyes to be a better investor and decision-maker.
How to gain self-worth in life
I realized I had found myself, and it was great.
After learning to use my creativity while dealing with computers I wrote how people visit hospitals and take selfies while being viewed, then felt a sense of power and accomplishment. This helped me to find my way into a world much larger than what I had been informed through traditional networks. Whether or not I looked like a rocket scientist or a 14-year-old girl, I felt empowered, and the smile on my face was tangible!
I made funny GIFs and was unable to even watch them. In one crazy ending, I tried to upload the GIF’s top social media platforms but got yet another weird blocked message from my computer so I couldn’t even watch. My whole world just fell apart and I desperately needed something new and exciting to keep my eyes and energy on!
With an enthusiastic spirit to push my knowledge as far as I could, I began to search for more trends and tendencies which would help me to increase my understanding. Sometimes I would even start the process by just seeing what’s currently trending for that day. The things that I spent time on becoming patterns that appear every day, and eventually become a better picture of who I am and what I am about. I realized that I needed to do this every day, and I began to go deeper and deeper with my research.
Trust the process
Investing allows me to hear from many people who, like me, try to learn and understand it through my craft. I would like to learn from various sources like to share what they are doing, what they think is right, and what they think I could do next.
In this process, I feel able to feel confident and share as I learn, gaining myself in the process. Maybe, one day, my followers would make me the new blogger and author of their most requested book, or they could even start listening to me or signing me up for my newsletter! The person I was would be one that took the time to evaluate my goals and learn and grow professionally.
How to increase self-esteem by building yourself one step at a time
I would rather watch myself on TV (and not meet someone) than see myself online with my public face.
I have grown to understand that the more time I spent on viewing content, opinions, learning, learning, studying, listening, reading, visiting, gets better and better at the same time. If I “pay attention” to myself, I quickly understand that this is how I should be living, as I would only spend time on areas where I start taking wrong decisions.
I understand that I am blessed in so many ways and that I am supposed to be an artist and have all of this education and intelligence. It makes me appreciate my great life, but also realizes that I have an entire number of great years still ahead of me. I want to use my cultural background to draw upon my own struggles in order to be more comfortable in myself and happy with my life, having the right mindset to successfully do so.
As I looked up and saw how open and abundant the world is, I became excited. I was given the opportunity to go inside my brain and start observing every aspect of myself, learning about my weaknesses and strengths, and naturally, noticing patterns of behavior.
With more knowledge comes confidence, and I realized how much of my own personal life I had been altering myself and not my own behavior.
I am now a self-discover and self-motivator who gives this timeless advice to everyone out there, “If you are unsure what to do, think! Think about what makes you happy, and where you come from.” I have also realized that once a situation is in control, I had to make a bold move and take action to regain my confidence.
I have learned and observed that that psychology is the same thing as psychology and psychology is the same thing as psychology. We all have free will and for the most part, we all are responsible for our own lives, it is a good thing to be thankful for.
I spend my time on the internet learning more new things each day, and I ask for the same respect of curiosity, honesty, acceptance, and compassion from other people out there as it may look more enticing than reality.
— Steven Nabin