How To Live With More Confidence: Our 10 Best Tips

A boost of good old healthy confidence is something we can all use from time to time, whether it is when we need to be our best during an important presentation, or simply to achieve our daily goals and continue to do so. On the flip side, when we don’t feel confident, it shows. We don’t walk as tall, speak as clearly, or get as much done, as the alternative. Which is why confidence is a key ingredient you need to live a more fulfilling life – but how can you generate more of it?

In order to address this issue, Dr John Demartini compiled the best ways to give your life a proper confidence injection, and in addition, fix a few issues while you’re at it!

1. Save money

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Financial independence is a vital aspect of self empowerment. When you invest and manage your money wisely, you get more money to manage. When you start to earn income from the interest of your invested money you are entering into a position where money no longer controls you. Save at least 10% of your earnings each month. If this is too much start with, then start with as much as you can. As you increase your savings, you will feel a greater level of self-worth which opens you up to be guided by inspiration rather than desperation.

2. Know where you’re going

Clearly define what you would love to do in your life. Don’t edit your dreams. If you have a clear road map, it’s much easier to get somewhere. Your energy soars when you’re clear on your aim and direction.

3. Surround yourself with people that inspire and uplift you

People who think big allow you to expand. You cannot put your hand into a pot of glue without some of it sticking and likewise you cannot interact with inspired people without some of that rubbing off on you.

4. Affirm the person you would like to become

Affirmations are simply a title for the ‘things we say to ‘ourselves about ourselves’. Rather than think about who you have always been, start telling yourself who you are today in the present moment. As an example: I am confident, powerful and decisive at all times.

5. Read, read and read

Whether it be a self-help book or a great novel, reading opens your mind and expands your vocabulary. Reading can also assist you to speak with poise and confidence.

6. Count Your Blessings

Keep a gratitude diary and take note of what you have to be grateful for each day. You will be amazed how this shifts your perspective and actions.

7. Eat less, eat regularly

Eating too much slows you down and can make you sluggish. Eating moderately at regular times each day assists the body with digestion and optimises physical function – making you feel better, enjoy better energy, walk taller, and be more productive.

8. Smile

Smiling tends to change your physiology and creates the impression of vibrancy and youthfulness. This simple act can also boost your mood, even if you weren’t feeling well before.

9. Complete Things

The more you do simple things and complete them, the better you train yourself to do what you say you will and experience a sense of achievement. Start with a checklist. Give yourself rewards. Ask someone to assist you to be accountable.

10. Transform your Baggage

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Many people walk through their lives dragging their emotional baggage because of a misperceived past and events they have never appreciated and loved. Just in case you’re carrying any unnecessary loads, I encourage you to do this one thing now. Make a list of every single thing in your life that you resent or anything you have never loved-anything you think you made a mistake on, whatever you think you could have done ‘better’. Then go through those items, one by one, and ask yourself: how did it serve me? How did it serve others? Respond to these two questions again and again until you discover the benefits of these actions and events and see the balance, the order and the gifts resulting from them in your life-and in the lives of others.

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Who Is The Writer?

Dr John Demartini is a human behavior specialist, educator, international best-selling author and founder of the Demartini Institute. Visit Dr Demartini’s website for more information.