Hypnosis Cd - Building Super ConfidenceWritten by Steven A. Harold
Interestingly we do not build healthy self-confidence by sticking to what we know already and by excluding unknown. Although through repetition and practice you will improve your skill, knowledge and competence, and therefore your confidence with any thing, after a time there comes a stage when you are just about as good as you can get. Unless it is 100 metres dash, when even a split second can make difference between success and second place, refining something to nth degree will not make much difference to your level of confidence.
A great way of having a boost of confidence is to do something that is more of a challenge and where there may even be some element of anxiety and fear. This is not to suggest that you should do something dangerous to yourself or others. This is not what is meant. Anxiety and fear can come along when someone thinks about giving that speech to a group or that social occasion.
If these two events or others were times when you feel some anxiety or fear then these would be great opportunities to boost your confidence. Usually first tactic used if an event like a party or other social gathering gives you anxiety is to make some excuse not to go. This tactic is called avoidance. It is a tactic that many employ. Unfortunately it does not help good self-confidence, and if anything, it begins to erode that person's self-confidence. Avoidance, as a tactic, does not change situation and in fact means that your life then becomes restricted because you do not attend those social functions.
Healthy self-confidence comes through facing up to you fears. You usually find that when you do face your fears that they are unfounded and often you may wonder why you worried in first place. With social function example, if you have previously avoided social situations, now try and find a way of attending them but with an element of control. What I mean is, do things a step at a time. Some ideas to help you take a step at a time are these: -
7 Simple Steps To Achieving Your Goals Written by M Sairam
A few years ago, as I was at a crossroads in my life, I decided that I was going to become massively successful and not live a mediocre life. I was working as a training executive for a private computer training company in India. I made up my mind, determined to be best computer programmer, and decided that I wanted to work for a foreign company in a foreign country. None of my family members was in a foreign country. Most of my associates were not massively successful. Yet I determined with all my heart and soul that I would become one. That was BEST decision I made regarding my career. The following are steps I took to fulfill my desire. You can take these same steps to accomplish anything you have a heart-felt deep burning desire. Imagine, when you are pushed into a lake and you donít know swimming and how you would struggle to get out of water to breathe and be alive. That kind of desire you should have. Then, when you follow these steps, you are bound to succeed, no matter what.
Analyze your current situation. Do you think it is okay? Are you happy? Go to step 2
Why are you not happy? What can you do about that? What are your desires? Are they truly yours or some one else? Take time to find a quiet place and find your heart-felt deep desires. Then, write down on paper or in your mind why you want to accomplish them? Do you feel you can do it? This is second stage of introspection. Then, proceed to step 3.