WHATS’ S ON YOUR MENU? BINGE ON CONFIDENCE
Breaking a few eating habits have become appropriate and one of them is binging on confidence. Confidence is a crude instinct for guessing when you‘re going to succeed or fail. Though this is not the entirely all you need in your kit but confidence helps to spur you on. For some women, it comes naturally to them in nearly very intimidating ways while for some it has to be learnt.
Positive thinking, practice, training, knowledge and talking to other people are all useful ways to help improve or boost your confidence levels. You will be cautious not to misplace confidence for self-esteem. Confidence is the term we use to describe how we feel about our ability to perform roles, functions and tasks. Self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves, the way we look, the way we think – whether or not we feel worthy or valued.
Generally, people are attracted to confident people – confidence is one of the main characteristics of charisma. It may not be as indispensable as air but you certainly need it in every area of your life. It helps to make a certain necessary impression at work or in business, it is undeniably an alluring trait for most partners in relationships and it helps you be in charge of your life and trust your instincts with respect to decision making.
Be assertive. Stand up for what you believe in and stick to your principles.
As your confidence grows and you become successful, avoid feeling or acting superior to others. Remember – nobody is perfect, there is always more that you can learn. Celebrate your strengths and successes and recognise your weaknesses and never fail to work on them.