50 Tips to Build Your Confidence by Anna Barnes

By Anna Barnes

Confidence is helping us to guide a cheerful lifestyles and accomplish our ambitions, and but occasionally it is all too effortless to lack religion in ourselves. This publication of straightforward, easy-to-follow guidance will give you the instruments and methods had to shake off your concerns with a favorable, can-do angle and strengthen your self assurance in lifestyle.

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Part of the concept of mindfulness is recognising thoughts and seeing that they do not need to control the way you feel and behave. Repeating the same negative thought pattern for many years may have had a detrimental effect on your confidence levels, but once you can recognise this negativity as simply a thought, with no substance, you can begin to challenge it and rebuild your self-concept. '. For example, the commonly held negative thought 'I'm not good enough' can make you worried about many aspects of your life; perhaps you feel you are not good enough at your job, not a good enough friend, not a good enough homemaker.

This can not only get in the way of an enjoyable, effective working life, but can also have a negative impact on the rest of your life. A simple way to reduce this feeling of pressure is to plan and prepare for your working day. Pack your lunch the night before so that you are not rushing to put it together in the morning. Look up bus or train times in advance to ensure you know about any delays, and make a list of the tasks you wish to complete the day before, so when you get to your place of work, your day is already planned out.

But continually striving for a perceived version of perfection can stop you from being happy with who you already are and from seeing all the positive things you already achieve. One of the most common perfectionist tendencies is to compare yourself with others. This may take the form of direct comparison, such as 'Thomas is more successful in his job than I am' or of general comparison along the lines of 'I wish I could be more like Eve'. Either way, in seeing others as somehow better than you, you are moving your focus away from your positives.

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