I know how you feel, I know that you’re feeling all of the stuff that you do when you’re nervous.
I’m also feeling all the stuff you do while you’re super confident.
Here’s how to make it happen.
Confidence is a powerful motivator.
Confident people have a higher sense of self-worth, are more likely to get along with others, and have better social relationships than people who aren’t confident.
They’re also less likely to be hurt, depressed, or anxious.
But there’s a catch.
Confidently believing you’re right and people are wrong doesn’t mean you’re always right.
It doesn’t even mean you can’t be wrong.
And that’s what this documentary series Confidence: The Secrets of Confidence tells us.
The series explores how confidence works and how it can help us live our lives more authentically.
You’ll learn: How confidence works.
How it’s built.
What to do when it goes wrong.
How to make the most of it.
And so much more.
You won’t be able to watch the whole series if you’ve already watched Confidence, but the first two episodes are worth your time.
I hope you like this one, and if you have any questions, you can leave a comment below.
If you want to learn more about Confidence series, check out the official website.
I’d love to hear your thoughts and questions.
And if you’d like to get your confidence started right now, here’s a few things you can do to build it.
If you want your confidence to skyrocket, here are a few ways to help yourself get there.
Start with your life, says Stephanie M. Zimbalist, author of The Power of Confident.
“You can start small by building confidence by focusing on your accomplishments, what you love, what makes you feel good about yourself,” she says.
“If you’re looking for someone who’s going to take the leap and do something amazing, I’m looking for you.
That’s the one thing that we all have to do.” “
And that’s why it’s so important to start small.
That’s the one thing that we all have to do.”
Start with the right tools.
Learn how to find the right resources to build your confidence, including these tips.
Don’t be afraid to question yourself.
The good news is that you don’t have to jump into a new topic of conversation or find a new subject for yourself.
It’s perfectly okay to ask yourself, “What if?” and to start thinking about what you might be capable of doing differently.
The more you ask yourself those questions, the more confident you’ll feel.
But you also have to recognize when it’s time to take a step back and say, “I’m going to move on.”
If you’ve got any questions about confidence, get in touch with Stephanie.
She’ll be happy to answer.
What to do after you’ve built confidence?
Start taking action.
As Stephanie says, “It’s not about finding the next big thing.
It is about building confidence and building a life that is worthy of it.”
You can start now by following these four simple steps: 1.
Start building your confidence with a few simple goals: “When I start my day, I want to get to work,” she recommends.
Don’t be shy about sharing your goals with others: “I want to build confidence and get to my goals,” she advises.
“I will never stop building confidence.”
Make the most out of your day: “It will feel great when I’m feeling like I’m doing something, when I am making progress,” she suggests.
“It takes so much to build the confidence that it is worth it,” she adds.
“When you’re in the zone, you’ll find that you can relax, you will be in the moment and you will get that flow of happiness that you need.”
Take your confidence and turn it into something big: “You will be happier,” she promises.
“You won’t feel stressed out or frustrated,” she explains.
“All of your confidence will be building a positive life.”