15 Surefire Ways to Boost your Self-Esteem!

Via elephant journal
on Aug 6, 2012
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Smile…even when you’re sad.

“Here are 15 quick and easy ways that are sure to get you feeling good about yourself.”

LOL: half the yoga community in the US actually buys into this shiite—at least enough to have clicked this link actually looking for self-improvement in a blog.

Self. Improvement. Doesn’t. Work.

Laughing at oneself, however, is a mark of enlightenment:


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8 Responses to “15 Surefire Ways to Boost your Self-Esteem!”

  1. One of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. Thanks for posting.

    I know it's going to make me happier.

    Bob W. Associate Publisher
    Enjoy Best of elephant journal

  2. Katie says:

    I love laughing at myself and it is pretty fun laughing at people on the internet too! Thanks for that Max Awesome!

  3. You are funny Max, thinking yoga people would NOT want to click on a link that shows how to be happy. Why do you think we practice and teach yoga? Self-improvement is a matter of perception dear heart.


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