Build your self-confidence in Everyday life
1. Law Part.
Your body language can instantly demonstrate self-confidence or insecurity can shout. Presented in a way that says he is ready to monitor or take control of all situations. If you look with confidence and playing the role they aspire to achieve, not only will you feel in control, people will have a lot more confidence.
Keep your head up, stand straight, pull your shoulders back to align the spine and look directly at the other person in the interaction. Avoid a limp handshake and maintain good eye contact when someone speaks.
2. Dressing for the occasion.
When you look better, you feel better. If you choose the clothes and accessories that fit well, fit your industry and lifestyle, and feel good, self-esteem will automatically increase. Watch as the part you want to play, or in other words, dress for success. Do not be afraid to let your personality shine in your accessories. Bold jewelry or tie colors can be a focal point and a good conversation starter.
3. Talk firmly.
The next time you listen to your favorite speaker, be aware of what he or she delivers a speech. A great orator speaks confidently in a continuous tone, rhythm. Instead of “ums” and “Daddy” interrupt the flow, using pauses to highlight ideas.
Adopt an assertive but not aggressive, speech indicating his confidence. You will feel your self-esteem begin to rise. To be taken seriously, avoid sharp, nervous chatter and chirping laugh in his speech. People will listen more attentively when they see the leader radiate from within.
4. Think and act positively.
The positive energy leads to positive results, so put your mind on the side to make any situation, avoiding the negative internal dialogue that can make you feel less confident. Smile, laugh and surround yourself with happy and positive people. You will feel better and people who work with appreciate your business.
Keep a gratitude journal to remember the best moments of your day and achievements. You will develop more peace and confidence when you are in a state of grateful hearts.
5. Take action.
There is more to be sure that the only way to see. You have to play the role. Walk to a stranger in an event, or accept a project that would normally be rejected. Practice being confident and will soon become second nature.
Inaction breeds doubt and fear, while the action builds confidence and courage. As an exercise, write down your strengths and weaknesses. Most people will tell you to work on your weaknesses, but use what you have and take advantage of its strengths in place. Once put more energy into their positive traits, your confidence starts to shine through.
6. Be prepared.
Remember the five P: Planning prevents poor performance. The more prepared you are, the more confident you feel about your experience and competence. Preparation will help avoid being shot by unforeseen problems of life.
Learn everything you can about your industry, its subject, its goals and what leads to success. Before you begin a task, first find out how you feel once you’ve completed it. Do not try to do too much at once. Break down complex tasks into small, bite, manageable pieces.