15 More Tips and Tricks to Build Your Self-confidence

Here are some more tips and tricks to build your self-confidence

If you have low self-confidence, then I strongly believe that you can do things to increase your self-confidence.

It is not genetic and you don’t have to rely on others to increase your self-confidence.

And if you believe that you are not that competent, not very smart, not very attractive, etc.

… that can be changed to.

Here are more things that will help you to just do that.

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None of them are revolutionary…

None of them will do it all by themselves…

The list certainly isn’t comprehensive.

These are just some of my favorite things and stuff that’s worked for me.

And you don’t need to do all of them…

Not like a recipe…

Just pick and choose those that you may want to do…

Maybe you can do just a couple at first and give them a try.

If they work, then you can try more.

If they don’t work, then try other ones.

Enjoy, they are in no particular order:

  1. Speak slowly.
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Such a simple thing but it can have a big difference in how others perceive you.

A person in authority, with authority, speaks slowly.

It shows confidence.

A person who feels that he isn’t worth listening to will speak quickly.

Because he doesn’t want to keep others waiting on something not worthy of listening to.

Even if you don’t feel the confidence of someone who speaks slowly.

Try doing it a few times.

It will make you feel more confident.

Of course, don’t take it to an extreme but just don’t sound rushed either.

  1. Stand tall.

I know it works because I try it often.

When I remind myself to stand tall and straight, then I feel better about myself.

I imagine that a rope is pulling the top of my head toward the sky and the rest of my body straightens up.

People who stand tall and confident are more attractive.

That’s a good thing any day in my book.

  1. Increase competence.

How do you feel more competent?

By becoming more competent.

And how do you do that?

By studying and practicing.

Just do small bits at a time.

If you want to be a more competent writer, then don’t try to tackle the entire profession of writing all at once.

Just begin to write more.

Journal, blog, write short stories, or do some freelance writing.

The more you write then the better you will become.

Set aside 30 minutes a day to write and the practice will increase your competence.

  1. Set a small goal and achieve it.
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People often make the mistake of shooting for the moon…

When they fail then they get discouraged.

Instead shoot for something much more achievable.

Set a goal you know you can achieve and then achieve it.

You will feel good about that.

Now set another small goal and achieve that.

The more you achieve small goals…

The better you will be at it and the better you will feel.

Soon you will be setting achievable bigger goals and achieving those too.

  1. Change a small habit.

Not a big one, like quitting smoking.

Just a small one, like writing things down.

Or waking up 10 minutes earlier.

Or drinking a glass of water when you wake up.

Something small that you know you can do.

Then do it for a month.

When you have accomplished it then you will feel like a million bucks.

  1. Focus on solutions.

If you are a complainer, or focus on problems, change your focus now.

Focusing on solutions instead of problems is one of the best things you can do for your confidence and your career.

“I’m fat and lazy!”

So how can you solve that?

“But I can’t motivate myself!”

So how can you solve that?

“But I have no energy!”

So what’s the solution?

  1. Smile.
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I feel instantly better when I smile and it helps me to be kinder to others as well.

A little tiny thing that can have a chain reaction.

Not a bad investment of your time and energy.

  1. Volunteer.

This is related to “be kind and generous” item above, but more specific.

It’s the holiday season right now…

Can you find the time to volunteer for a good cause, to spread some holiday cheer, to make the lives of others better?

It will be some of the best time you have ever spent and an amazing side benefit is that you will feel better about yourself instantly.

  1. Be grateful.

I’m a firm believer in gratitude.

I put it here because while being grateful for what you have in life…

For what others have given you…

This is a very humbling activity.

It can also be a very positive and rewarding activity that will improve your self-image.

  1. Exercise.
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Exercise has been one of my most empowering activities in the last couple years…

It has made me feel so much better about myself.

All you have to do is take a walk a few times a week and you will see benefits.

Start making exercising a habit.

  1. Empower yourself with knowledge.

Empowering yourself is one of the best strategies for building self-confidence.

You can do that in many ways…

But one of the surest ways to empower yourself is through knowledge.

This is along the same line as building competence and getting prepared…

By becoming more knowledgeable, you will be more confident…

You become more knowledgeable by doing research and studying.

The Internet is a great tool…

But so are the people around you…

People who have done what you want…

There are also books, magazines, and educational institutions.

  1. Do something you have been procrastinating on.

What’s on your to-do list that’s been sitting there?

Do it first thing in the morning and get it out of the way.

You will feel great about yourself.

  1. Get active.
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Doing something is almost always better than not doing anything.

Of course, doing something could lead to mistakes…

But mistakes are a part of life.

It is how we learn.

Without mistakes, we’d never get better.

So don’t worry about those.

Just do something.

Get off your butt and get active…

Physically or active by taking steps to accomplish something.

  1. Work on small things.

Trying to take on a huge project or task can be overwhelming, daunting and intimidating for anyone us.

Instead, learn to break off small chunks and work in bursts.

Small little achievements make you feel good and they add up to big achievements.

Learn to work like this all the time and soon you will be a self-confident maniac.

  1. Clear your desk.

This might seem like a small but it can be a simple thing.

If my desk starts to get messy…

Then the world around me is in chaos…

Clearing off my desk is my way of getting a little piece of my life under control.

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Maria Barina is a mother and grandmother who worked for the NYC Board of Education as Laboratory Specialist Bio/GS for 26yrs till the age of 56. Her husband, after 37 of marriage, passed away from Lung Cancer. She came to myEmpirePRO to seek guidance on how to get freedom that an online business can provide. Freedom to her is being able to do what she wants, when she wants to and to show others they can do the same to. Since she done that she is able to do this by working anywhere she goes and became a mobile-prenuer

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