You are the best in your own special way. You have specific skills and qualities that you excel at. So, instead of comparing yourself to others and cultivating negative thoughts, channel all of your energy into motivating and upgrading yourself.
It will become much easier to stay focused on your end goals when you surround yourself with positive people. You’ll feel better about yourself and feel energized and motivated. Furthermore, you will be less stressed after spending some time with these people.
Your body language accounts for 55% of your total communication. No matter what words we use, our body language conveys our level of confidence. So, keep your shoulders back, chest up, and your gaze straight. Be comfortable with taking up some space facing the people directly maintaining eye contact.
Before you can show the most confident and best version of yourself to others, you must first feel it for yourself. You must first love yourself. And it all starts with self-care. Pay attention to your hygiene, grooming routine, diet, and, most importantly, engage in some physical activities or exercise on a daily basis.
Don't be too complicated and force yourself to do something. If you're not at ease with something, don't try to fake it. Simply be yourself and relax.
Be honest with yourself. Talk to yourself; talk about all the thoughts that are running through your head. This will undoubtedly free up your mind and provide you with a way to fulfill those thoughts. Keep motivating & pushing yourself.
Fear helps you instinctively protect yourself from harm. However, an excessive level of fear can halt your progress at every stage. So, get out of your comfort zone and prepare to face your fears. Simply believe in yourself and keep moving forward.
You can't be perfect at everything. Instead of being upset when you fail at something you are not good at, focus on the things you are familiar with and can do with more confidence. This boosts your morale and confidence while also assisting you in accomplishing your goals.
You can't always be there for others, and you don't have to. Learn to value your interests and to say ‘No’ when you don't want to participate or have an interest in something.
Set goals and work hard to achieve them. However, don't set goals that are too difficult or unrealistic to achieve. This will not only disappoint you because you did not meet your goals, but it will also lower your morale and confidence.