Self Esteem and Katt Williams


Self help books and magazines are always talking self-esteem and how to feel better about yourself. I feel that they make it far to complicated than it really should be. Katt Williams makes it very simple. To summarize; It’s self-esteem, esteem of your self. How can I mess up how you feel about you simple chick. Though Katt Williams is far from a role, but a broken clock is right twice a day, he makes an excellent point.

People today, especially people my age, wrap so much of how they feel about them selves into things that are out of their control. Take the Prom for instance. Girls go crazy trying to not only find a great dress, but a dress that no one else is wearing. Why? Because they are afraid that someone else will look better in the dress. If you look good in the dress, then you look good in the dress.

No matter you wear, who you are, what you do, where you are, haters are going to hate. That is there job, to hate, let them do there job (another bit of advice from Katt Williams). There is nothing anyone can do about it so just embrace. If people are hating on you that means that you are doing something worth hating. Not everyone can say that.

As long as you know that you are you, and being true to yourself then forget everything and everyone else. It is self-esteem, how you feel about yourself. How other people feel about you should never dictate how you feel about you. Just keep doing you and everything else will fall into place.

Remember: Peace, love, and brown sugar.

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8 comments

  1. Lorena · · Reply

    If young minds would internalize your message, as adults we would produce a better world. I love your simple message “self-esteem, how you feel about yourself”! Keep funneling your message as you move through roads less traveled, with strength, peace and love. Thank you!

    1. You are most welcome, and thank you very much! :)

  2. Excellent post. We all need to remember that self esteem starts and ends with ourselves. This is an excellent reminder.

  3. Excellent point. This is what I needed to read today.

  4. That is EXCELLENT Advice, and so great to HEAR this coming from a young woman! There is a saying that I love, that goes, ‘What people think of me is NONE of my business.” As a teenager I didn’t have time to worry about what everyone was thinking of me, I guess thinking on it now, that is the UPSIDE to having to work full time and attend high school at the same time.

    Thanks for sharing sugar :)

    1. :D Thank you, and you are most welcome!

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