1. Visualize yourself as you want to be.

“What the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.” — Napoleon Hill

Visualization is the technique of seeing an image of yourself that you are proud of, in your own mind. ” this is the question people always ask you since you ever was a child. What do you want to be when you grow up? ” When we struggle with low self-confidence, we have a poor perception of ourselves that is often inaccurate. Practice visualizing a fantastic version of yourself, achieving your goals. Dreaming of who you want to be is plotting who you want to be.

2. Affirm yourself.

we tend to behave in accordance with our own self-image. The trick to making lasting change is to change how you view yourself.

Declarations are positive and uplifting publications that we say privately. These are normally more effective if said out loud so that you can hear yourself say it in the loud. We tend to believe whatever we tell ourselves constantly. For example, if you hate your own physical appearance, practice saying something that you appreciate or like about yourself when you next look in the mirror that will teach your unconsious the opposite of what you are thinking. having positive vibes coming back to you.

To get your brain to accept your positive statements more quickly, phrase your affirmations as questions like, “Why am I so good in making deals?” instead of “I am so good at making deals.” Our brains are biologically wired to seek answers to questions, without analyzing whether the question is valid or not.this is a trick to boosting your self esteem to  better you 😀

3. Do one thing that scares you every day.

“If you are insecure, guess what? The rest of the world is too. Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself. You are better than you think.” — T. Harv Eker

The best way to overcome fear is to face it head-on. By doing something that scares you every day and gaining confidence from every experience, you will see your self-confidence soar. So, get out of your comfort zone and face your fears! that is the best way to become a stronger you and grow as a person when doing one thing that scares you.

4. Question your inner critic.

“You have been criticizing yourself for years, and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.” — Louise L. Hay

Some of the harshest comments that we get come from ourselves, via the “voice of the inner critic.” If you struggle with low self-confidence, there is a possibility that your inner critic has become overactive and inaccurate. you shall never allow that to continue

you have to always look at the bright side and you will never gain anything from beating your self up.

Strategies like cognitive behavioral therapy help you to question your inner critic, and look for evidence to support or deny the things that your inner critic is saying to you. For example, if you think that you are a failure, ask yourself, “What evidence is there to support the thought that I am a failure?” and “What evidence is there that doesn’t support the thought that I am a failure?” write them down and scratch off one by one that isn’t accurate. most of the time it isn’t true and its only our mind telling us things that aren’t base on true facts.

5. Take the 100 days of rejection challenge.

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” — Eleanor Roosevelt

Jia Jiang has become famous for recording his experience of “busting fear” by purposefully making crazy requests of people in order to be rejected over 100 days. His purpose was to desensitize himself to rejection after he became more upset than he expected over rejection from a potential investor. Busting fear isn’t easy to do, but if you want to have fun while building up your self-confidence, this is a powerful way to do it. you can become a brighter wiser person after your 100 days challenge. and keep record of every single day and moment you are facing and achieving as well as overcoming.

6. Set yourself up to win.

“To establish true self-confidence, we must concentrate on our successes and forget about the failures and the negatives in our lives.” — Denis Waitley

Too many people are discouraged about their abilities because they set themselves goals that are too difficult to achieve. Start by setting yourself small goals that you can win easily.

Once you have built a stream of successes that make you feel good about yourself, you can then move on to harder goals. Make sure that you also keep a list of all your achievements, both large and small, to remind yourself of the times that you have done well.

Instead of focusing only on “to-do” lists, I like to spend time reflecting on “did-it” lists. Reflecting on the major milestones, projects and goals you’ve achieved is a great way to reinforce confidence in your skills.

7. Help someone else.

Helping someone else often enables us to forget about ourselves and to feel grateful for what we have. It also feels good when you are able to make a difference for someone else.

Instead of focusing on your own weaknesses, volunteer to mentor, practically assist or teach another, and you’ll see your self-confidence grow automatically in the process.

helping someone else is actually a great vibe to give to yourself while not only allowing  yourself to grow as a human but also giving your self the award of watching other be happy because of you that is the greatest gift and the most effective boost to your self-confidence knowing  you have caused happiness and a change somewhere

8. Care for yourself.

“Self-care is never a selfish act — it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.” — Parker Palmer

Self-confidence depends on a combination of good physical health, emotional health and social health. It is hard to feel good about yourself if you hate your physique or constantly have low energy. so if you feel there is need in change of weight looks or even hair style go for it refrehsining your looks is always a winner and can bring out alot of confidence for the world to see

 

9. Create personal boundaries.

“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life, but define yourself.”– Harvey Fierstein

Learn to say no. Teach others to respect your personal boundaries. If necessary, take classes on how to be more assertive and learn to ask for what you want havign the ability to stand up for your opinions and thoughts is your best options to say “HEY I AM HERE”. The more control and say that you have over your own life, the greater will be your self-confidence.

 

10. Shift to an equality mentality.

“Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.” — Marilyn Monroe

People with low self-confidence see others as better or more deserving than themselves. Instead of carrying this perception, see yourself as being equal to everyone. as all great people of history always stated we are all equal this shouldn’t only be a quote that is said but also an action that is practiced we are all equal believe it and know that no one is more worthy than you.They are no better or more deserving than you. Make a mental shift to an equality mentality and you will witness an improvement in your self-confidence right away.