How many times have you brushed off praise with "thank you but… [insert self-depreciating comment here]?” Learning to accept compliments can help boost your self-confidence, which is a key ingredient to happiness, Lombardo says. And accepting a compliment does not make you narcissistic; It helps you appreciate some of your truly amazing qualities, which motivates even more positive behaviors such as helping out others and getting a good night's sleep, Lombardo adds.
Your action plan: Practice flexing your compliment-receiving muscle. When someone compliments you today (whether it’s on your blouse or your work), simply say thank you and smile.
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