Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. ~ Tony Robins
Your confidence is a key factor in your success. Self-confidence is real and attainable when you’re willing to be authentic, take risks, take action and be willing to quickly fail.
Comfort zones, over thinking things, and aiming for perfection all get in the way of becoming the confident and successful person you are meant to be.
Living in your comfort zone for too long will make life dull and keep you in a rut. Taking a risk in spite of your fear will keep you on your toes. You’ll improve, grow and feel more alive.
The best thing that you can do to overcome your self-doubts is to take persistent action. It’s the quickest way to build self-confidence.
Confidence isn’t a given; it’s earned.
The most important thing you can do before you begin any endeavor is to be willing to fail. Begin to equate failure with progress. If you fail, learn from it and try something different. Eliminate the desire to be perfect and allow yourself to be good enough. Failing can be life changing.
1. Make your thoughts your friends. Stop ruminating. Negative thoughts, self-criticism and self-doubts keep confidence low. Write down your negative self-talk. Put it all on paper. Rip up the paper and throw it in the trash can. Learn to focus on anything positive: a loved one, a kind act or a new haircut. It will take you mentally and physically in a new direction.
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2. Remember others. When you are afraid to …