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Confidence, Not Fearing To Be Wrong

Confidence, Not Fearing To Be Wrong

Update: 2023-05-04


How to build you confidence

  • Set realistic goals
    1. Set achievable goals for yourself that align with your values and priorities. Achieving these goals can help you build confidence in your abilities and reinforce your sense of self-worth.
    2. The next best step. Not the biggest, the next small step.
    3. Celebrate your successes along the way.
  • Focus on your strengths
    1. Focus on your strengths and the qualities that make you unique. 
    2. Recognize the skills and abilities that you excel at and take pride in them. This can help you build confidence in your own abilities and feel more positive about yourself.
    3. Make a list of your talents, skills, and accomplishments. Focus on what you do well and what you enjoy doing. 
  • Challenge yourself
    1. Take on challenges that are within your ability and push yourself to achieve more. This can help you build confidence and self-esteem.
    2. Facing your fears can be a powerful way to build confidence and improve your self-worth. When you confront your fears and overcome them, you prove to yourself that you are capable and resilient, which can help boost your confidence and self-esteem.
    3. The #1 thing you have to sacrifice to be great is your comfort. Value the important stuff above your own comfort. Envision a future that stretches your comfort zone.
    4. Learn new things 
    5. Practice speaking your mind in situations where you might normally stay quiet. This can help you feel more confident in your ability to express yourself.
  • "Confidence comes not from always being right but from not fearing to be wrong." - Peter T. Mcintyre

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Confidence, Not Fearing To Be Wrong

Confidence, Not Fearing To Be Wrong

Michelle Carter