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Being confident isn’t just a feeling; it’s a state of being that reflects your understanding of your own worth and abilities. When you feel confident, you radiate self-assurance that not only makes you feel uplifted but also those around you. If you’ve been lacking self-confidence lately, take a look at these ideas to boost yourself back up to where you should be.


Acknowledge what you’ve achieved

Instead of concentrating on the negative aspects of your life, whether that be career or relationship wise, you should acknowledge what you’ve already achieved. You have achieved more than you give yourself credit for! Take the time to go through what you’ve accomplished, no matter how small or insignificant they might seem. Once you can physically see what you’ve achieved so far, you’ll understand the value of the effort you’ve put in. Once you notice your success, you’ll also notice your confidence grows too.

Set realistic goals

Setting goals that challenge you is important, but if these goals are unachievable, you’ll only feel worse. Set goals that are realistic, and celebrate victories along the way. As you achieve these smaller goals, you can increase the challenge as you upskill and improve yourself. Achieving goals gives you a sense of self satisfaction which, in turn, will increase your self confidence.

Embrace your own style

The way you present yourself can also have an effect on your self confidence, and that’s why it’s important to brace your own style. Choosing clothing that resonates with your personal style will help you naturally exude confidence. For example, choosing a one piece swimsuit over a bikini may help you feel more confident in your own skin.

Overcome your fear of failure

Nobody likes the idea of failing, so it’s understandable that you may have fears that take over from time to time. However, this is a common barrier to confidence. It’s important to remember that you’re only human, and that failing is part of a learning process. So, even if you do fail, remember that you’ve gained valuable experience that is contributing to your overall growth. Try to embrace failure rather than focusing on it.

Create a supportive network

When you’re surrounded by negative people, their energy can wear off on you. So, if you’re sitting next to someone at work or on the train that constantly degrades themselves, you’ll naturally do that too. Surround yourself with people that support you and make you feel uplifted. Not only will it boost your morale, but you’ll have encouragement and support when you’re not feeling very strong. It doesn’t matter who these people are either; it could be family members, friends, or even a group of people you work with.

Taking the time to prioritise how you feel about yourself is essential. After all, when you feel confident, you approach life in a different way and have the ability to take on tasks in your stride. Remember that you are wonderful in many ways and can achieve anything you set your mind to.

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