Following on from last week’s post I felt that there were more tips that I could talk about that you can utilise to help you become more confident.
Some of these are similar but not the same as last week’s but the most give a different perspective
1. Stop comparing yourself to other people. Focus your mind on your own activities and your positive qualities rather than what other people are doing. Your self – confidence will benefit many times over!
2. Clear our all of the clutter from your life:-
at home you can focus on your bedroom, your lounge, your kitchen or the garage.
at work you could look at your desk drawers, your office space, your workshop
If your space is messy then it usually means that your life is messy.
3. If you are going to party (and you are on your own) look out for someone new that you have never spoken to before, or a person who is on their own and start to make conversation with them.
4. Following on from but not limited to point 3, make eye contact with the person you are talking to or who is talking to you.
5. When you are walking anywhere always walk with a purpose (it makes you look way more confident). As a result people will notice more about you than they if you are just ambling round with your hands stuffed deep into your pockets.
6. Take pride in what you are wearing, your appearance matters! You will never get a second chance to make a first impression so you have to make sure it is a good one. How you look also affects how you feel, if you look good on the outside it follows that you will feel good on the inside.
7. You could believe that you are surrounded by a bubble of confidence (a little bit like Harry Potter’s Invisibility Cloak) and that the confidence contained in that bubble fills your very being.
8. Choose the music you listen to with the specific purpose of making you feel happy! You will never carry off being confident if you are listening to slow depressing music, you know, the sort of music that makes you feel as if you want to shut yourself in your room away from the world and just be miserable.
9. When you get to the end of the day, write down something that you have done right. It may be that you helped someone over the road, stepped in when someone was being verbally or physically abused.
10. Make the effort to smile, it is amazing the affect it has on you and also on all the other people around you. It actually takes less physical effort to smile than it does to be miserable.
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