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Self-Confidence: 10 Free Tips on Buildingfrom: Christina Gray
Fighting the lack of self-confidence is an issue many would consider a winless battle. But with the proper ways on how to deal with it, you can build your self-confidence in a matter of time. Here are the tips you can do:
- Feel good about yourself
Every morning, look at the mirror and say all the good things you can say about yourself. Also, taking care of yourself will make things easier for you if you want to build your self-confidence through this process. Eat right, exercise regularly, take enough rest, and be happy.
- Beat your self-consciousness
The opposite of self-confidence is self-conscious so make sure you remove the self-conscious by removing the fear and anxiety out of your system. You can do this by diverting your attention away from the subject of your consciousness or by facing the fear head on.
- Don't think your case is hopeless
You can never build up self-confidence if you already think that you cannot do it. Remember that if you lack self-confidence today, you might carry it for the rest of your life. You just make yourself miserable in the process so for your own sake, be optimistic that you can change your present condition.
- Reward yourself for the job done
Once you have finished your work right, reward yourself. You can buy something for yourself or take yourself out to dinner or in any way you want to.
- Pick a role model
- Do not be afraid to socialize
Socializing is one of the most effective ways to build your self-confidence. So don't be afraid to approach different people and make new friends and business contacts. If at first you are afraid to talk to someone you don't know, ask other people help you in the introduction and the initial conversation.
Pick someone who can be a model of self-confidence. It could be someone at your office, your boss perhaps. It could be any personality on the television or a public figure. But be careful on picking your model. You should learn something good about him or her.
- Take responsibility
People who avoid taking responsibility are those who do not think they can get the job right. You are not one of them, do you? To build your self-confidence, you must learn how to take responsibility. It does not have to be big. Start with small tasks you can do and move from there.
- Set goals and keep them realistic
Lack of self-confidence usually starts when you think you are not worthy to do task or you are incapable to finish task. So in order for you to change this thought, set personal goals which you can achieve. Small things such as following your daily regimen would do. Then, you can work your way into more difficult and complicated goals. The point is, take one notch higher after you have successfully get a thing done right.
- Be positive
Don't think of yourself as a worthless individual who could not do things right because you never look into the good side. Do not focus on the negative things that happen to your life. Instead, keep track of the good things you have achieved.
Apply all these to your life and before you know it, you are gaining self-confidence.
Christine Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of self confidence. Her website www.selfimprovementsguide.com provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about self improvement. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.
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