Monday, 14 October 2013

How To Develop Self Confidence

Do you beat yourself up over small mistakes you make? Do you constantly feel like you aren't good enough for privileges you clearly deserve? If you answered yes then you may need to develop a greater level of self confidence. In order to help you out in this department we have listed 5 simple steps to take you closer to loving yourself in a
proper way.

1. Recognize your assets.

Everyone has something they are good at, or something
they excel in. It could be as simple a thing as being a good
cook or some special skill that makes you as an individual
unique. List your skills and talents on paper. Writing them
out helps build confidence mentally and emotionally. After
you write them down use them as part of a daily positive
mantra that goes as follows: "I am happy, healthy, and I
am good at___". Repeating this daily will build confidence
in your subconscious.

2. Build resilience.

Being resilient is a quality that confident people share in
common. Resilience means flexibility with the changes of
life. Instead of becoming heart broken when life presents a
challenge or set back, resilient people choose to see the
positive and work to come to a solution to their problem.
The resilient attitude also helps them see the good in
themselves. Positivity is the core emotion to focus on.

3. Be optimistic.

Look for the good in yourself and others. When life deals
you a bad hand go back for more cards. Don't assume that
only bad things can happen to you and instead reach for
the good in life. When you are optimistic it is difficult to
have low self-esteem, you will naturally look for the positive
in yourself.

4. Exercise regularly.

If you don't like the way you look or how you feel physically
you can help build confidence in yourself by exercising on a
regular basis. Choose to put exercise at the forefront of
your daily routine. Not only will you feel better physically
you will also receive a nice confidence boaster mentally and
emotionally.

5. Be generous.

Generosity and graciousness contribute more than you
would think to self-confidence. When you know you have
helped someone in need and less fortunate than you it
makes you feel good about yourself. You come to the
realization that you do have a purpose on this planet and
may feel like you are finally living that purpose.
Self-esteem can truly make or break your success in your
personal relationships and your professional career. Once
you realize you have the power to be positive and to build
confidence you can start making the changes to build your
confidence the right way

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