A Self Confidence Pep Talk

A Self Confidence Pep Talk

Liberate yourself – Go out and do what you like! – How long it has been since you last went to have a walk among the pines — something that you loved as a child? How long has it been when you walked hand in hand with your friend to the bakery and tossed a coin to decide what to buy? These might seem very simple things but these simple things have the power to build great confidence and fulfillment.

Life is actually quite simple. Just as small drops of water make the mighty ocean, the little things you enjoy doing have the capability to turn you into a storehouse of confidence. When God made you, He put a desire in your heart and bestowed onto you the capability to achieve it. However, in the process of growing up, you forgot what exactly your purpose was, what is that you liked and what is that you enjoyed doing.

So many of us feel like breaking free but are too tied up in our day to day responsibilities that it gets impossible to spare even 10 minutes to reflect on our lives, our direction, our dreams and goals. It”s our duty to clear the mess that prevents us from hearing our heart. The conversations with your heart should keep getting clearer and the best way to do it is to find time to do what you enjoy. And since you enjoy doing that activity, it will be fun to learn the aptitude and intelligence necessary to do the job effortlessly.

Find your flock – Birds of a feather flock together. Find people with whom you enjoy being.   Life becomes easy when you are among the people who are more or less on the same plane of thought as you and it”s easier to relate to them. They seem to understand you and vice versa thus creating conditions for healthy conversations. A good conversation is a very healthy exercise and an important need of our mind. We all want our ideas to be heard and appreciated and a good company provides the platform.

Set Achievable Goals and Go for it! – The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. The idea is to begin with a small single step that can then further developed into giant strides. Learn to do the work at hand rather than to overwhelm one by looking at the entirety of a mammoth looking task. The only way to do something is to GO FOR IT! No matter how small the progress is the focus should be on completing a task successfully. A series of big uncompleted tasks is a sure shot way to depression. Break a big task into a list of small tasks to be completed. Tick off from your list each job successfully completed. A completed task no matter how small it is gives a sense of achievement that boosts our confidence and equips us with more energy to try a bigger task.

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HealthStatus has been operating since 1998 providing the best interactive health tools on the Internet, millions of visitors have used our blood alcohol, body fat and calories burned calculators. The HealthStatus editorial team has continued that commitment to excellence by providing our visitors with easy to understand high quality health content for many years. Our team of health professionals, and researchers use peer reviewed studies as source elements in our articles. Our high quality content has been featured in a number of leading websites, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, Live Strong, GQ, and many more.

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