Just believe in yourself. Even if you don’t, pretend that you do and, at some point, you will. Confidence is when you believe in yourself and your abilities, arrogance is when you think you are better than others and act accordingly.
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The way we see ourselves will subconsciously contribute a lot to our attitude, and therefore the way others view us. Just as magazines handle images in Photoshop, you install your own self-editing program in your head. Work on your visualization. How do you see yourself? If you don't like the picture you see in your head right now, change it. Understand what you don't like about it and delete it.
The best generals always analyze their enemy in great detail before they go into battle. In this case, your enemy is you. So your job is to get to know yourself as best you can. Write a diary about yourself, the thoughts you have about yourself, and start analyzing your thoughts. Why are the negative ones like that? Then think about your good sides as well as the things you love. Think about your limitations as well - are they real or are you set on your path to success? Dig deep, and find yourself, over time you will gain confidence when you know your strengths and weaknesses.
It's hard to have confidence if you know you're not ready for a presentation, an exam, or a meeting. Beat the porch with the best preparation possible. Remember your exams - whenever you didn't prepare enough, you went with a big dose of anxiety, always thinking about questions that might come…. And when you learned everything, you simply came to the exams without the grammar of doubt that you would fail. Preparation has given you confidence. Now copy this model to your life as well.
# 1: Think Positively and Delete Negative Thoughts.
When it comes to positive psychology, one need not go to extremes. Becoming an eternal optimist who sees no problem and pushes everything under the rug with the words "will be better" is not the solution. You should replace negative thoughts with positive ones. You don't have time to say, "This is too difficult. I can't do this, it's easier for me to… ”Why give up on the first step? It's getting harder at first. You need to recognize these sentences that you subconsciously spin in your head and destroy your motivation. Replace the previous sentence with "I can do it! I just need a little more to succeed! "