August 25, 2016

Five Tips For Boosting Confidence And Becoming Your Best Self

No matter what your goals are in life, you have to believe in yourself to influence others and become successful. Whether these endeavors pertain to your job, personal life or an entrepreneurial venture, you can build self-confidence and become the person you're meant to be by following several proven principles, here are just five to give you a good start.

Focus on the Positive
Don't say you can't do something just because you've never done it -- or it's not in your skillset. Find a way to get it done. Life is full of obstacles and problems. When it comes to things like that the only course of action is to tackle them head on. If you have a project at work, for example, define the problem you’re trying to solve. Outline all possible alternatives to solve the problem, then choose the solution that provides the best outcome.

Change Your Posture
Stand erect when you walk around the office or spearhead an important presentation, and maintain eye contact with your coworkers. It is also essential that you don't forget to smile. Smiling not only makes you feel better, it makes people around you more comfortable, according to Inc. You may also want to work on eliminating your awkward non-verbal habits, such as swaying from side to side when running a meeting or being too fidgety with your hands.

Speak in an Assertive Manner
Don't be meek when talking so that others can't here you. Be sure to often inject volume into your voice and enunciate each word using the proper diction. Adopting an assertive -- but not aggressive -- speaking manner can help build your self-esteem, according to Entrepreneur. In addition, work on eliminating the "ahs" and "ums" in your speeches. Instead, use pauses to express ideas or provide relevant examples.

Prepare in Advance
Whether you're working on a project or meeting with a prospective client, always prepare in advance. This applies to job interviews as well. Prior planning almost always eliminates poor performance. Study all content in advance, take notes and have workable solutions available for your coworkers.

Get an Education
In a competitive world, an education can enhance your knowledge and set you apart from others in the job market. You may even want to specialize in a certain field. For example, you might consider attending an institution like ASA College if you're interested in a paralegal career. By specializing you can really help prepare yourself to be successful in the business world. The book knowledge and practical experience you gain from case studies and projects in college can only enhance your confidence and performance at work.

Only you can bolster your confidence and set yourself on the path to success. Start by implementing some of these aforementioned techniques, then see for yourself how they shape your destiny.

(Contributed by Kara Masterson)

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  1. Prabha4:27 PM

    You are what you choose to be; you are what you make yourself.

  2. Shekhar4:29 PM

    yoga is always a good thing to clear the mind

  3. Sayeesh4:30 PM

    The best way to boost confidence is to get out and get things done. It doesn't even have to be chores or business, or other things that you're responsible for. Especially since constant small things of that type easily put strain on you and make you feel less interested in things, less accomplished. Go take care of yourself. Go to a double-feature of movies you've been dying to see. Buy music that you can dance to, that makes you feel more energetic. Take an art class.

  4. Sinchana4:32 PM

    Confidence is not somewhere, it's within you. Take life easy and don't get frightened about things. Have it in mind that no one can blame us for something we have not done. Be bold and happy, your confidence level will definitely boost up. Don't think of tomorrow's work, think of the present and do it with utmost dedication.

  5. Bharati4:33 PM

    Think positively and be confidant.


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