Like money, everyone wants more confidence. Some people naturally seem to have it; perhaps they were lucky and had the right kind of parenting. In any case, knowing a few strategies for improving our self-confidence will ensure that we can tap into its power.
Everyone has a baseline of confidence. Some people have unshakable confidence built upon strong foundations; others find their confidence level is a bit shaky when faced with mistakes, criticisms and failures.
Confidence is closely tied with our sense of self-esteem. Self-esteem enables us to experience ourselves not only accurately but gladly. It’s a realistic, appreciative opinion; we are able to be honest about our strengths, weaknesses and everything in between, and still feel good about who we are.
This article examines the foundations of self-esteem, how we lose confidence, and how to restore it by reframing automatic negative thoughts.
The article includes these concepts:
- Foundations of Self-Esteem
- Unconditional Worth
- Unconditional Love
- How We Lose Confidence
- Getting Rid of Negativity
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