Sometimes you may feel like the odds are against you. You feel down and subtle anxiety or momentary doubt shadows your self-confidence. Instead of responding with self-criticism and negative talk, take charge and ride the waves. The force may feel immovable but soldier on, after every rainy day comes the sun. Here are a few pointers of how to find you instead of floundering on self-doubt.
Confidence lesson 1: Life is too short for body issues
It is always disappointing when strong women are not contend and not comfortable with their bodies. You can hope to wake up looking like a model but it is not to happen. Truth hurts right. It is better to be separated by the truth than united buy false lies. Life is too short not to accept your body the way it is. Focus on what you do like about yourself rather than the negative. Be true to yourself.
Confidence lesson 2: Stick to your mission
Life can be wrecking ball, it may seem it is never going to end. Showers of criticism may be raining from right to center. Do not be discouraged, if nobody believes in you. Guess what? People always talk and criticize. So if you pioneering a new idea do not expected everyone to understand what you are trying to do immediately. Do not follow trends rather set your own trends; never conform to the standards of criticism around you.
Confidence lesson 3: Give yourself a break
To achieve inner self and self-assurance taking some time off is healthy. It gives a sense of reprieve from self-doubt, soothes your ego and helps get a sense for what truly matter in life. Surround yourself with positive and supportive people. Life is not perfectly scripted play so try not to be too tough on you. If you had a rough day, take a break. You deserve it.
Confidence lesson 4: Do it until you get it right
Life lessons come from past failures. If you do something wrong the first time, do not lose hope. Keep trying until you master it. The key is to learn from mistakes and try again. Stay positive and curious to learn. Do not dwell on your failures rather ponder on how to overcome them. Keep your head up and your eye on the goal. Look up not down.