31 Aug Believe in Yourself: How to Develop Your Confidence
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Confidence doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Even the most successful people have struggled with it in their careers. The good news is that you develop it, just like any muscle or character trait, if you’re willing to work at it. The better news: These tips can help you strengthen your confidence. Here’s what to try:
• Don’t compare yourself against others. Focus on your own achievements and ambitions, not anyone else’s. Other people will always be more successful than you at different stages of your life and career, and obsessing about them will only send your confidence plunging. Concentrate on identifying and improving your own unique strengths and skills.
• Track your success. Keep a log of your accomplishments, large and small. Recording victories on a daily basis will make you feel more successful, and looking over your progress will boost your self-esteem. In addition, reviewing your achievements should give you some good ideas for what to work on next.
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