CONFIDENCE WHAT DOES IT GIVE YOU?
Updated: Jun 24
THE REALIZATION OF ONE'S POTENTIAL AND SELF-CONFIDENCE IN ONE'S ABILITY ONE CAN BUILD A BETTER WORLD. DALAI LAMA
COMES FROM LATIN WORD FIDERE. TO TRUST HAVING SELF CONFIDENCE IS HAVING TRUST IN ONESELF.
To me, confidence is just as important, If not more important, than learning and all the incredible technology we have at our fingertips. I believe with more confidence. You can achieve more things. It gives us more possibilities to keep trying. We see what we can achieve, not what we can't. We then can acknowledge the things we tried. Didn't see them as failures. We saw them as feedback and how we could succeed next time. With the added confidence we actually, try living our dreams and purpose. For myself personally, Confidence didn't come naturally, and I still happily work on it every day. I see the opportunities confidence brings. Can you?
Can you imagine the difference, never to think of failure again? It's only feedback!
Would that make a change to your confidence too!
Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Thomas Edison
Why is being confident so important?
Confidence is allowing yourself to be HAPPY just as you are naturally and feeling comfortable in your own skin. Being your true self is beautiful. Much easier to live your life being you, RIGHT! Nobody can take your confidence away, or less you let them.
You have to know your own self-worth. We all have so much to learn, give and share.
You will find you'll have a better connection with people when you're showing up with more confidence because it looks so good on you. Even on those days when you're showing more confidence than you feel, you will achieve more pushing through that little fear, and people will believe in you.
Simple thoughts and actions to help build the confidence muscle.
Make small steps out of your comfort zone often.
Learn to love yourself for all that you are and the things you're not.
Be grateful and share love and kindness.
Be mindful of your thoughts.
Believe in yourself and everything you can do.
Do things you enjoy, be creative, enjoy the outdoors.
Know that you actually have control and the power to change.
Make plans and dreams and do them!
Connect with people and have fun.
Treat others as you would like them to treat you.
Acknowledge all the amazing things you do.
Dress in a way that makes you feel good.
Are some of these your pattern?
If the negative thoughts drop in your mind and give them the flick!
Judgement of yourself or others.
Putting yourself or others down.
Overthink situations or reliving something over and over again.
Feeling of not being good enough.
Talking below the line or negative all the time.
Always blaming others and not ever being responsible for your own reactions.
Not following through with your dreams, plans, and goals.
Listen or add to negative talk (gossip).
Not taking a compliment.
Confidence is about "Building trust in one-self."
What does confidence give you? Were you born with it, or is it a daily practice? I listen to my clients saying these simple thoughts of building confidence and trust in oneself are life-changing, and I wonder if your lacking self-trust and confidence, maybe you could try them too. I would love to hear how much difference it makes to you as apart of my learning.