Aug 092009
 

If you have low self confidence, there are ways to boost it. You do not need to be reliant on others’ opinions of you for this to work, and self confidence is not a genetic thing as you may be led to believe. While it may be difficult at first, learning how to boost self confidence is an invaluable resource for improving your whole life. Through learning how to do this, you can become a person worthy of the respect you deserve.

Self confidence is a state of mind, and as such can be changed to suit you, if you allow yourself to change. Here are just a few of the tips to boost your self confidence:

  • Always look your best: showering and shaving regularly can do wonders for your self image, and through this your self confidence. Dressing well achieves the same end.
  • Set small goals: achieving these will make you feel better about yourself and improve your self confidence.
  • Act positive: if you act positive, sooner or later you will actually start to become more positive, and naturally the more positive you are about life, the more positive your self image will be, and your self confidence will grow with it.
  • Improve your posture: if you have bad posture, keep reminding yourself to stand up straight and act as though you belong where you are. If you do this, you will soon learn that it affects other people’s ideas of you positively and this will help improve your own self confidence

If through all this you find you need more help following these simple rules, you could try subliminal messaging. Real Subliminal’s “Improve Confidence” CD will help you. This CD will target your subconscious mind with positive suggestions, which will then spill over into your life and gradually you will become more self confident, more sure of yourself and more outgoing in life generally.

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