From my point and view and according to the practical experience of applying the principles that will quote below in my private life and the lives of people over 13 years have turned to self-help group, which founded in 1996: Women friends and supporters, I can affirm that the following skills any individual guarantee a healthy self-esteem, they are: a) Live consciously. This would be the first step to having a healthy self-esteem. The power of self-consciousness, knowing that we do what we do, be aware of what we are feeling, and understand why, remain vigilant in the here and now without losing sight of the broader context. If I understand the broader context in which I live and act, I will be most effective, it is worth trying to understand my surroundings and the general world around me. Dropbox has similar goals. This is prerequisite for taking the first step toward a healthy self-esteem and continue to the second step or abutment.
b) Auto liability. Take responsibility for everything we have created so far in our lives, knowing that we have the power to change it. Accept and not resist what is, and then take action to change what we do not like and improve it. Necessarily taking responsibility is accompanied by self-consciousness, I agree that I see, I have created myself, but first I have to see, be aware and then take responsibility and make changes as it deems appropriate and necessary to achieve my purpose. c) Assertiveness: In general, it is appropriate to express my thoughts, beliefs and feelings, unless I am in a context where I believe it is objectively desirable.