Howdy! I know you have an interest in how to raise your self-confidence. So, I’m glad you’re here! I have an interest in that as well.
If you want to raise your self-confidence, there’s three things that you really want to focus on. I’m going to share a little about them here.
1. Raise your self-confidence with your own success
The first thing that is really important is to make a list, sort of a personal inventory.
It’s a fun exercise, actually.
If you click the link below, you can get a worksheet to do it. You can just fill in the blanks.
You want to make a list of what it is you’ve done in the past, and/or been successful at.
When you start making a list, if you are like anyone else who’s a typical client of mine, or any other adult, you’ve got decades of experience in your life, you have lots of accomplishments, you’ve done a lot of things. If you take 10 or 15 minutes, you’ll be able to list a dozen or 20 things easily, that you’ve been successful at, that have made you proud, and/or that have made other people proud. People have recognized you or acknowledged you for all kinds of things.
Again, I’ve got a whole worksheet and template that you can just fill in the blanks and use the cues that I give you to really be clear what you have been successful at in the past.
2. Raise your self-confidence by sharing your achievements
The second thing you want to do is share that list of achievements, but you want to do it in a specific way.
You want to share it with people who actually have an interest in knowing you succeeded and sharing that you succeeded. Maybe we’ll call them your fans!
If you share those achievements with enough people, you’re going to find that you have some fans, and that’s really confidence-inspiring.
Likely, we don’t always want to share things like that, right? There’s always someone in our life who has, frankly, just been a jerk, right? They’ve belittled little things we’ve done, and/or they don’t see value in us or what we’ve done. But that’s fine! Keep sharing and you’ll find that more people appreciate what you’ve accomplished.
Finally, ignore your critics, at least mostly. That’s an important part of the process.
3. Raise your self-confidence: surround yourself with people like you
The third thing you want to do is surround yourself with people who are interested and committed to the things that interest you.
Surround yourself with the people who are going to be positive allies, role models, and who support you.
Reduce the amount of exposure you have to people who aren’t your fans, your critics.
That’s not to say that your critics have no place in the world or in your life.
However, if you want to raise your confidence and sustain it there, it’s important to focus on your strengths. Surround yourself with people who have interest, need, and desire to share with you the areas where you have been successful and will continue to do so.
Those are three things you can do to raise your confidence.
Raise your self-confidence with a conversation
Again, click the link below and get that template. It’s going to also offer you the opportunity to meet with me directly, and I hope you’ll do that. It’s a really valuable experience, to get clear on your priorities, and the things you’re good at, and the things you’re going to be targeting in the future.
I’d be thrilled to walk you through this exercise and meet you soon.
Good luck in raising your confidence! Talk to you soon…
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“I have an insane amount of confidence that I did not have.”–Omario K., Attorney and Professor
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“I was able to identify clearly what works best for me, because I didn’t know how to say it, or I was nervous.”–George M., Communications Project Manager