Building Your Self Confidence

SELF-CONFIDENCE is when your internal beliefs about yourself match your external actions and behaviors in the decisions you make. Self-Confidence is rooted in TRUST in yourself as a person and the decisions and actions you take. SELF-CONFIDENCE is at times synonymous with SELF-ASSURANCE.

HOW IS SELF-CONFIDENCE BUILT? Think of self-confidence as something that compounds over time; the more experiences you have, with successful outcomes, the greater your self-confidence will grow. Building self-confidence is rooted in EXPERIENCES that result in POSITIVE OUTCOMES.

Confidence comes from hours and days and weeks and years of constant work and dedication. -Robert Staubach

Self-confidence is an important trait that can help you feel more positive and self-assured. Here are a few tips that may help you build self-confidence:

  1. Set goals and work towards them: Setting goals and working towards them can help you feel a sense of accomplishment and boost your self-confidence.

  2. Practice positive self-talk: The way you talk to yourself can have a big impact on your self-confidence. Try to be kind to yourself and focus on your strengths and positive qualities.

  3. Take care of yourself: Make sure to take care of your physical and emotional well-being. This can include getting enough sleep, exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet, and taking time to relax and unwind.

  4. Learn new things: Trying new things and learning new skills can help you feel more confident and capable.

  5. Surround yourself with supportive people: Surrounding yourself with supportive and positive people can help you feel more confident and motivated.

  6. Accept and embrace your flaws: Nobody is perfect, and it’s important to accept and embrace your flaws. This can help you feel more confident and authentic.

Here is another excellent video that highlights perspective to further support the build of self-confidence.

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