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Build Your Life with Confidence


What is that one thing that can take you to success in times of difficulty? It is confidence. Confidence to overcome difficult situations and handle pressure in tough times will bring success. Confidence is built on many things but primarily it is built on choices you make and accomplishments you get from your choices.  We all definitely want to be confident, but how to build confidence is a big question for many. Building self-confidence is not a matter of one or two days. It is a process and habit that has to be built over a period of time investing your time and energy and this can be done by anyone who wants to be successful following some simple rules.

  • Be positive – Being positive is the first thing that has to be followed to be self-confident. You ought to give yourself positive self-affirmation that tunes your mind to think right and take right decisions. Words like “I can do this” and “I am capable” are examples for positive self-affirmation. Positive statements like these can work wonders for you. Keep repeating these statements to yourself to register them in your subconscious mind and it will build your confidence that you can do.
  • Dress right: Your attire makes a lot of difference to your look. The way you dress can make or break your image. One of the easiest ways to gain confidence is dressing like an authority. Smart outfits make others perceive you as important and that makes you start feeling like one. Always wear clothes that are comfortable for you and at the same time make you look elegant that add to your confidence.
  • Speak clearly: The way you talk shows your confidence levels. So, to look and feel confident, speak loudly and clearly. Only those people who are shy and do not want attention speak in a low voice. Hence, speaking loudly makes you look confident. Speaking loud does not mean you should shout or scream. It is all about speaking in a manner that is audible to all and projects you to be a confident person.
  • Use body language: Walking tall, looking into the eyes of others while speaking are few aspects of body language that make you look confident. Try to notice the body language of successful people and inculcate them in you. It is easier to build confidence by adopting a body language of someone who feels confident.
  • Know your strengths: The first thing you should shun in the process of building self-confidence is to stop focusing on your shortcomings or weaknesses. To gain the confidence you should start focusing on your strengths rather than weaknesses. Think of things you are good at and embrace those strengths to become confident.
  • Set reachable targets: One of the sure shot ways to become confident is setting targets or goals that can be achieved. If you set a very big goal at the outset, it gets difficult to achieve, and that results in losing confidence. The best way to counter this is setting smaller goals that can be achieved and lead to your bigger goals. Learn to celebrate even the smallest of your achievements as these will boost your confidence levels and make you successful.


Being self-confident helps you perform better, get you noticed in a group, helps you achieve want you want. Be confident and be successful.

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