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7 Basic Steps to Help Build Your Self-Confidence

Self-confidence, a positive state of mind and a strong self-belief, is one of the keys to success. It’s like a domino effect, you see. You become happy and enjoy more. You’re free from self-doubt, fear of failure, and social anxiety. Your mind and body is more at ease, thus you have the energy and motivation to function daily. Here are 7 self-confidence boosting habits that you might want to start practicing soon:


  1. Talk Positive to Yourself. You know how people who talk negatively bring you down, right? It’s the same when talking to yourself.  You can try writing them down and reminding yourself every now and then, or saying one positive thing in front of the mirror every morning.


  1. Act confident even if you feel far from it. This one is pretty simple. The more you act and speak confidently, the more you’ll believe in it and eventually turn to it.


  1. Dress smart. One of the easiest ways to boost your confidence is by dressing up freely. If you’re an authority, dress like a boss and earn their nods! Other accessories like gadgets and shoes all add to our confidence.
  2. Make it show. Confident people walk tall, keep their heads up, maintain eye-contact, and keep their body open. A lack of self-confidence shows in the physical body. Boost it by adopting a body language of a confident person.


  1. Pamper yourself. Looking good helps you build self-confidence since the lack of it might be because we don’t feel comfortable in our skin. Have a head-to-toe makeover if you like!


  1. Embrace compliments. Yes, it might be awkward, but learn to accept compliments. Allow yourself to believe in all the good things people see and tell you. That’s a sure way to boost your confidence.


  1. Appreciate what you achieved regardless if it’s imperfect. Don’t beat yourself up when your expectations are not met. Pay attention to the bright side and work on doing better the next time.

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