Tips and tricks to boost your confidence level

Wherever you go, whatever you do, it is essential never to let your self confidence drop. Indeed, a high degree of confidence in yourself and your abilities will help you in all walks of life. It helps you come out of your shell, handle your fears better, and cope well with any failures and stumbling blocks on the path to success.

Here are a few ways you can cultivate this imperative attitude…


  1. Learn new things

Knowledge, as they say, is ultimate power. The more things you know and are aware of, the greater is the feel good factor and confidence that automatically comes with it. Stop procrastinating and putting off that new thing you always wanted to learn. Make an effort to learn things that you’re interested in, whether it’s looking them up online or signing up for that part time class. This has more than a couple of benefits. You not only add more skills to your resume thereby boosting your confidence, but get a chance to interact with new people and make new friends. Sounds like a good deal.


  1. Don’t design to impress, but ‘Network’ well

So, putting on a fake smile or a fake attitude to impress others is neither healthy nor recommended. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t genuinely go out of your way to strike up a good impression and network with the people you like. The mantra here is not that ‘the more people you know the better’ but rather that ‘the right people you know the better’. This habit will help you surround yourself with good people whose company you enjoy, which automatically translates to you remaining confident and in good spirits. Besides, it may prove useful in opening up personal and professional opportunities as well. Another case of two birds with one stone.


  1. Stay positive

This may sound clichéd, but it couldn’t be closer to the truth. Convincing your own self that you can do something is the first step towards pulling it off successfully. Confidently executing something lies in you truly believing that you’re good at it, and will do a great job doing it. If the voices in your own head are spreading negativity and telling you something will end in failure, that’s almost impending doom for the eventual outcome. Tune out these distractions, and focus on positive and optimistic thoughts. Success starts from the inner self, and so does building confidence.


  1. The ‘feel good’ factor

Confidence, or any positive emotion for that matter, only comes from feeling good. Even simple activities can make you feel good about yourself and the world, leading to greater confidence in yourself. Try to do a good deed every day, remain kind natured and humble, and cultivate a great sense of humor. These are qualities that will appeal to other people and make you likeable, in turn boosting your ‘feel good’ factor. Last but not the least, a healthy body always means a healthy mind. Taking care of your body, hitting the gym often and maintaining your health is a great way to feel good, and thereby derive confidence from within.




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