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What is self confidence?
In order to improve your self confidence you have to start thinking more positively about yourself. Is there anything that you are good at? Are you a nice person, do you help …others, would you be willing to help others? I'm sure you can list a few good things about yourself. Focus on the good. Then get out there in the world and start talking to people. Look people in the eye when you speak with them and hold your head up high. Remember, no one is perfect. Everyone has flaws. You are just as good as anyone else. For me self confidence comes with exposure, listening to people/friends around me. Self confidence is Sports is being prepared to the sport we play in. Physical workouts, well equipped with required sports gear, combined with listening to friends/coach/co-players for positive intent. Dedication and Hardwork will help
The best way of getting self-confidence is to be very good at what you do. Study hard, work hard, achieve confidence in your ability to solve problems and do what needs to be …done. And perhaps it is not self-confidence, but your own faith in your ability to take on problems that shines out as self-confidence to other people. Strive for competence, and you will end up with self-confidence.
Know your really inner you. When who you are aligns with what you do and how you do it, success is yours ( Bruce D Schneider )
It is all about preparation and practice.
One of the reasons why people lack self-confidence is because they grew up in an environment that restricted their freedom of expression.
A makeover could really help. If you're not into that whole kind of thing then it's time to really love yourself for who you are and if people don't like you, then move on. Yo…u should know that not everyone is going to like you. So just live your life, because it's too short to worry about stupid things. Find someone that will love you for you.
Self Respect = Being respectful to yourself such as not looking like a fool in public by asking a bunch of silly questions Self-Confidence = Knowing what you can do. This tes…t will be a breeze!
i strongly believe on my own ability and when I'm called at front i always try to do my best to answer it loud and clear
You can get self confidence by learning to believe and trust in yourself and your own abilities. As with all learning you have to devote time and effort, but if you're consi…stent you can start to build your confidence quickly. A great way to start gaining confidence is by setting goals. As you begin to attain your goals you'll feel more competent. Recount your prior successes. Making a list of the things you have done well in your life will help you to re-frame your thinking. A lot of times we loss confidence when we have forgotten about the things we're good at. Taking the time to reflect on your past accomplishments will you feel more assured. See related links for more info
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well you can look it at two different ways the self esteem ispretty much the same. so id say a yes
I used to suffer with problems with self esteem A LOT. The best advice I ever took was that when you act gorgeous, you'll feel gorgeous. You need to realize that your looks ar…e NOT everything. And you're probably thinking "well they still mean a lot", but they truly, truly don't. Have you ever seen a girl that wasn't the prettiest but is so nice and open to others that you start to notice the beautiful features that come from the outside to the surface? That's a PERFECT example of acting gorgeous, feeling gorgeous, and portraying yourself as a gorgeous person. Second, don't dwell on your flaws. Trust me, if you looked through the eyes of a "beautiful" girl, you would see flaws there too. The thing is, nobody notices your flaws like you do. Do you think anyone really stops to think about another's big nose while they're being friendly and humorous? No. All you have to do is realize you are perfecttttt. Nobody else can be a better you than you are. And don't look at the girls with all the guys and all the clothes and all the friends and wish you were them. DEFINATELY don't look at them and try to imitate them. I'm not sure who said it, but I absolutely love the quote that said "Imitation is suicide". How can you love yourself when you're trying to be someone else? Also, do things that you love to do. Things that make you happy and things that you'll enjoy getting better at. Hang out with people that make you happy. POSITIVE people. And last, stop judging other people. One problem that I had with my self confidence was that whenever I talked about a person I thought I was better than, I always felt a bit of guilt for making fun of something they could'nt control about themselves. For example, if you were to have terrible acne, would you want someone else to critisize you for that? I'm sure if you could control it, you wouldn't have that acne in the first place, and hearing other people be mean about it hurts a lot. So once you start thinking positively about other people, you'll have an easier time finding nice things about yourself. NOW THIS IS WAY TOO LONG. But I really hope I helped Having low self esteem really hurts, and I hope with this you learn to love yourself more because everyone deserves to be thankful for what they have and what they are capable of. I can empathise with this description, through my step daughters personality. She suffers from low self esteem, not to the point of being a little door mouse or flower on the wall, but quite the opposite. I think her brash, loud, bold, and sometimes foul behaviour to be a thin veneer to disguise her deep insecurities in which low self esteem is a part of. She becomes depressed, and has become dependant on alcohol which we all know is the worst "fix" for that state of mind. She is in her mid thirties with never having had a steady relationship (what guy would put up with her mouth) has been in and out of employment, hangs out with "pond life" ( this is her comfort zone pecking order) The irony of her personality is she comes from a stable middle class home. More information You can always start with where you are. Self-esteem is how you see yourself. Therefore you must examine how you regard yourself. Do you think of yourself as a victim, a hero, a nobody, or the saviour of the universe. The way you see yourself determines many of your actions. It also determines how you relate with others. I believe that every individual has strengths and weaknesses. A person with healthy self-esteem know the difference. Recognize who you are and what you are capable of. You certain have talents and skills. Discover them. Use them to the full and celebrate your success. When fears prevent you from moving towards confidence, I suggest you name your fears and find out the worst things that they can do to your life. Self-confidence is about embracing who you are and putting your gifts to good use.
See your self as a unique person, with a unique combination of features, abilities,and skills. Celebrate your uniqueness, and be appreciative of the uniquness of others too. K…now that you are special, and that you are one of a kind. Davida Yemi-Akanle Small Business Consultant and Personal Development Coach http://davida-yemi-akanle.com
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We can develop our self confidence by overcomming our fear from the mass.If you are afraid with anythin than just believe yourself and do it.No one in this world is perfect re…member that dont see that you are not capable or can do it just you require is the believe in you .Believe in yourself and do it . And Failure is the key to sucess .Remember this and just go for it.
i think its best to join as many organisations as possible military reserve voluntary red cross youth clubs ramblers go to adult education sports clubs get involved in politic…s become a uniion rep or a cosmetics rep people will start coming to u then for advice and gradually you will feel wanted and needed this is just the beginning leave a message for me and make contact reach out
- Recognize your insecurities. What makes you ashamed of yourself? Whatever is making you feel unworthy and inferior, get to the root of it - you need to identify it because… only then can you fix it and move on. You can't always get rid of whatever makes you feel bad so you need to accept it to be able to move on. - Identify your successes. Discover the things you are good at and concentrate on them rather than going over the negative things about you. Take pride in what you excel at and what you're talented at. - Always keep a smile on your face. If you smile you might feel happier, it's the same as if you pretend to be confident you may actually start feeling more and more confident with yourself. - Most importantly: Remember no one is perfect.