Believe in Yourself and Boost Your Self-Confidence

Just think: What difference would it make in your life if you had an absolutely unshakable confidence in your ability to achieve anything you really put your mind to?
What would you want and wish and hope for? What would you dare to dream if you believed in yourself with such deep conviction that you had no fears of failure whatsoever?

Most people start off with little or low self-confidence, but as a result of their own efforts, they become bold and brave and outgoing. And we’ve discovered that if you do the same things that other self-confident men and women do, you, too, will experience the same feelings and get the same results.

The key is to be true to yourself, to be true to the very best that is in you, and to live your life consistent with your highest values and aspirations.

Watch my video about self-confidence and self acceptance below!

Take some time to think about who you are and what you believe in and what is important to you. Decide that you will never compromise your integrity by trying to be or say or feel something that is not true for you. Have the courage to accept yourself as you really are—not as you might be, or as someone else thinks you should be—and know that, taking everything into consideration, you are a pretty good person.

After all, we all have our own talents, skills and abilities that make us extraordinary. No one, including yourself, has any idea of your capabilities or of what you might ultimately do or become. Perhaps the hardest thing to do in life is to accept how extraordinary you really can be, believe in yourself, and then to incorporate this awareness into your attitude and personality.

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  • Bernadette Balla

    Thanks for sharing this blog….

    If you lose your self-confidence, First of all, pay attention to how you are dressed. When you feel that you look your best, you are more likely to carry yourself with more confidence. You will find it easier to interact with others and you won’t be distracted by worrying about how you look.

  • Patty V

    Thanks for sharing this information. I’ve been looking for studies to support whether it’s possible to gain self confidence by exercise, meditation, self help books. So this really added to my knowledge. I appreciate that!

  • Asad Raza

    Many people lose their self confidence just because others put them down. Therefore in order to build real self confidence You really need to change your beliefs. you need to ignore others opinion and You have to focus on your journey.
    Nice post dear 🙂

  • scott raley

    That’s great content! Thanks for sharing! I also made a quick video about the topic too because this inspired me

  • self-confidence

    The first person should believe that you can do anything you can is yourself, because no matter how other people will appreciate you but you don’t believed then you will hardly to get that self confidence that you need.

  • Enoch

    thanks for the value you have place on me today.

  • Sebs |

    Thanks for sharing the steps. I understand it better now: 1) Self-disclosure, 2) Self-awareness, 3) Self-acceptance

  • St Paul

    Wow!Brian,you are such a wonderful motivator…am once again,truly revived!

  • Cha

    Thank you Brian,
    I am fired up at the moment in the process of dealing with my situation and your word on this video is adding a boost and support for my action.

    Thank you!

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