Thursday, April 14, 2016

Building Self Confidence

Self-esteem is affected by physical ill-health, negative life events such as losing your job or getting divorced, deficient or frustrating relationships. Building self-confidence just takes a little practice and action. We alone must build self-confidence more, we cannot depend upon someone else or wait for anyone else's approval to do what we do.

Self esteem comes from self-dominion. The more power you have in getting yourself to take the right actions, the more self esteem you will have. Communicate better and become more assertive. Self-confident people are admired by others and inspire confidence in others. They face their fears head-on and tend to be risk takers.

Building self-confidence and self-esteem are important for a child to grow up feeling happy and secure. Self confidence is the difference between feeling unstoppable and feeling scared out of your wits. Your perception of yourself has an enormous impact on how others perceive you.

The way a person carries herself tells a story. People with slumped shoulders and lethargic movements display a lack of self confidence. They aren’t enthusiastic about what they’re doing and they don’t consider themselves important. When you focus too much on what you want, the mind creates reasons why you can’t have it. This leads you to dwell on your weaknesses. The best way to avoid this is consciously focusing on gratitude.

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