HOW TO BUILD SELF CONFIDENCE
Do you need to build your self-confidence? How self-confident do you consider yourself to be? Are you comfortable with yourself and who you are? Do you have a strong belief in your abilities? Or do you sometimes wish you were more self-confident than you presently are?
Regardless of where you are at the moment, self-confidence is one quality every person must have. It is vital to both happiness and success in life. A substantial level of confidence helps a person to confront and overcome challenges, whereas a lack of it makes a person to give up in the face of obstacles quickly.
This is people that have a self-confident always believes they have what it takes to achieve whatever goal they have set for themselves. Whereas one lacking it, always doubts their abilities. They are not sure that they are quite good at anything. Thus in the face of even minor challenges, they snap.
Fortunately, self-confidence is one quality that can be developed, even if a person has none, to begin with. But it won't happen overnight, any more than self-doubt happened overnight. Series of events and series of interpretations of those events and happenings in a person's life often combine to make a person have doubts in their abilities and individual worth. Similarly, series of reverse steps will be required to rebuild (or maybe even build from scratch) a person's confidence level. From my findings, the three steps below are among the most effective processes of building self-confidence:
Do not pity yourself anymore, and do not court the sympathy of others. Don't let anyone make you feel inferior or worthless. The way to avoid this is to never hate or belittle yourself before onlookers. Instead try to speak positively about yourself, about your future and about your accomplishments (there must surely have been a few things you did well in the past!). Meanwhile, it is important not be afraid to project whatever talents or abilities God has blessed you with. When you act in this way, your subconscious mind takes note of this mindset and works in a way that reinforces your positive growth.
You must have heard this more than once – the way you are dress determines the way you will be addressed. That is why it’s important to always dress nicely. Remember that nobody has it all. Even the most confident person you can imagine has their worries, their insecurities. But they have learned to de-emphasize those ugly spots. Do the same thing with your faults. Play down those areas in which you're lacking and dress nicely.
Copy Someone Who is Self Confident:
Every person is good at something. Take pride in those things in which you excel. Also, find ways to develop those abilities further. Even if at present, you can't name any activity in which you truly excel, then take the time to learn self-confidence from the person you admired.
Although, the process of building your self-confidence will definitely take some time, but it’s achievable!
Maybe this next thought won't help you much, but I must also tell you that the whole world isn't watching you as if to take note of when you go wrong or fail. Far from it! They all have their own worries to care about. Knowing that this isn't so should free you to focus on the task of building your self-confidence.