Howdy! I understand you have an interest in how to improve your self-confidence. I’m glad to hear that because we both are interested in that.
If you want to know how to improve your self-confidence, there are three things you should focus on.
1. Improve your self-confidence by taking a personal inventory
The first one is to make a list, a personal inventory of areas you have been successful in the past and even places where you’ve been reported being successful, even if you aren’t particularly convinced of it. It’s essential to list the things you’ve done and where you’ve been said to be successful.
If you’re like most adults, you have decades of experience in life, and you’ve done thousands of things. You’ve had educational and professional careers. You’ve done many things where you’ve been successful.
If you take 10 or 15 minutes, you’ll likely be able to list 10 or 15, or even 20 things that you’ve been proud of, where you’ve been able to deliver a result, achieve a goal, demonstrate progress in some area, maybe in areas where other people haven’t been able to.
Make that list. If you want, there’s a template below. You can click the button down below and get it for free. It’ll give you a list of the questions that’ll help with the inventory. It can help you get really clear on how you can improve your self-confidence.
2. Improve your self-confidence by sharing your achievements
The second thing, if you want to improve your self-confidence, is to share that list with other people.
Share it with people who have an interest in those things, or people who you already know are your fans in some way. Don’t limit who you share it with. Share it far and wide, and pay attention to who is interested in it.
Share your accomplishments with someone who asked you questions about your accomplishments and who makes you feel proud for what you’ve accomplished. Those people are your fans. Share your accomplishments with those people.
The reason we often don’t want to share these things is that someone at some point may have belittled us or told us our interests aren’t cool or important or valuable. Maybe they belittled us for “bragging.”
In fact, there are a lot of people who appreciate good results, done well. You want to share and you want to see who’s interested and who’s on your side. Don’t give the haters so much attention or power in that conversation.
3. Improve your self confidence by creating a list of your fans
The third thing you’ll want to do is to create a list of your fans and bring them closer to you. Create a little community, at least in your mind, of who your fans are and people you can depend on.
Put people on the list who are going to be supportive of you in the areas where you are a high achiever and are successful, and have been effective.
When you do that, you’re going to find that you’ve learned how to improve your self-confidence, and you’ve also been successful at it.
Those are three things you can do to improve your self-confidence. I hope at least one of them is useful to you. I know they’ve been helpful to my clients and me and many others.
Take the first step to improve your self-confidence
Please take the opportunity to take the first step for yourself. Go click the link below and get the template.
Have fun with this exercise!
It’s fun! Sit down and give yourself 15 minutes of breathing room to do it.
Click the link. I look forward to meeting you.
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