There are many self-confidence tips online, yet many of them are confusing or too hard to implement. Does it mean that improving your self-confidence is complicated? Not at all! Here are five simple self-confidence tips that you can put into practice now.
1. Do something that frightens you
Confident people expand their comfort zone endlessly. Expanding your comfort zone means doing something that is unknown to you, something that makes you nervous but make you grow. It should be doing something that makes you uncomfortable such as meeting new people or picking up girls.
Pick just one thing that makes you feel uncomfortable and do it. The wider your comfort zone is, the more confident you are. However, please don’t do anything stupid. Don’t kill yourself.
2. Note down your strengths
Shy people tend to exaggerate their weaknesses and underestimate their strengths. Consequently, their self-esteem is low and they don’t feel confident. When you note down your strengths and realize that you’re good at something, you’ll understand that you’re not as weak and as worthless as you think. And that’ll increase your self-esteem and make you feel more confident!
3. Become an action taker
No matter how many self-confidence tips you’ll read, nothing can replace personal experience. That’s why it’s crucial to become an action taker and stop being a spectator (a person who watches other people doing interesting things instead of doing them himself).
Be decisive, don’t let fear stop you and just take action! Do fun things in the real world (leave Facebook behind!), develop an interesting hobby, improve yourself. No more passive life!
4. Hang out with confident people
Your friends and family have a big impact on you. If you want to become more confident, hang out more often with confident people. If you want to remain shy, hang out with shy people. The choice is obvious, isn’t it? Meet often with confident people and learn from them and you’ll quickly improve your confidence in the easiest way possible – by imitation.
5. Become an optimist
Optimists are not only happier and healthier, they are also more confident. Pessimists tend to concentrate on problems. On the contrary, optimists concentrate on solutions and therefore they constantly improve themselves (and feel better as a result). Start thinking positively, look for solutions instead of complaining and you’ll quickly improve your state of well-being and become a more confident person.
If you follow these five simple self-confidence tips, you’ll considerably improve your self-confidence within a short period of time. All you have to do is to take action now!