self-confidence

Self-confidence is extremely essential in all aspects of our lives. Sadly, a lot of people struggle with it. However, you cannot achieve success unless you work on this vicious cycle.

Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained. – Marie Curie

Imagine this scenario. Would someone who pitches his idea nervously be able to persuade you? How about somebody who presents clearly, holds his head high, and answers questions articulately? Obviously, the latter turns out more impressive.

Confident people inspire others. Their audience, peers, bosses, and clients gain confidence in them too. This, in turn, becomes their motivation to succeed.

The good news is that confidence isn’t an innate quality. Anyone can learn it!

Self-Confidence Versus Low Self-Esteem

The level of self-confidence you have reflects in various ways. These include your body language, the way you speak, and so forth. Confident people do what they believe is right even when others mock them or criticize them for it. People with low self-esteem pattern their behavior based on what other people think. Confident people are not afraid to take risks and go the extra mile to achieve greater heights. People with low self-esteem stay in their comfort zone and don’t like taking risks because they are afraid to fail. Confident people admit their mistakes and learn from it. People with low self-esteem work too hard to cover up their mistakes and try to fix them before others notice. Confident people wait for others to congratulate them on their successes. People with low self-esteem extol their achievements. Confident people accept praises graciously and are always thankful. People with low self-esteem dismiss compliments.

You see, there is a really big difference between confident people and those who view themselves poorly.

10 Ways to Build Self-Confidence

Building self-confidence isn’t just a good way to draw others to you but also to feel good about yourself. It is more important than merely having good looks. Now, here are some quick tips on how to build self-confidence so you start yielding wonderful results from it.

1. Acknowledge that you are unique. Believe in yourself and don’t make comparing yourself to others a habit. Instead, focus on your unique skills and traits.

2. Always give your best in everything you do. Knowing that you’ve given your best is a good confidence builder.

3. View setbacks and obstacles as opportunities to become stronger.

4. Rise above adversities. Never lose hope and keep moving forward no matter what life throws you.

5. Set your goals and push yourself to achieve them.

6. Work hard and put in the effort required to succeed.

6. Remember that your worth is not defined by what happens to you or by what people think of you.

7. Face your fears and you’ll eventually conquer them. Do you fear to be around a lot of people? Go out more and socialize!

8. Don’t allow external factors like the approval of others affect the way you see yourself. Work on having a positive self-image.

9. Keep in mind that no one can take care of yourself best than you. Practice self-love.

10. During moments of doubt, learn how to give yourself a pep talk. Remember your past successes and visualize your goals. These will keep you going.

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