Do you feel stuck? Do you feel like your life will never change? Do you ask yourself the same questions over and over again, without getting answers? Do you feel static, trapped, confused, stressed and frustrated?

 

You’re not alone. I’ve been there. I’ve experienced feeling stuck, struggling to understand myself and what I wanted from life. Often, the root cause of feeling stuck is a lack of confidence. So how can you become more confident? How can you stop feeling overwhelmed and start finding purpose and enjoyment in life? How can you set goals and achieve them?

 

 

Never assume that you’re stuck forever and it’s impossible to get what you want. Life changes, and so can you.

 

Confidence  is something you can learn step by step. Taking steps means you will have to take action, you will have to get up and move. Confidence is not for sale, it’s not growing on a tree, and it’s not something you can order online.

Taking steps also means it taking time. Nobody can run before they can crawl and walk, right? First things first.

There is no guideline that fits everyone, because self-confidence is just that, yourself. You build your own confidence, by taking your own steps that feel perfect for you and in the time frame that you choose.

It will become clearer as we go further.

 

What is confidence?

Confidence is a feeling of trust in your qualities and judgments. To be self-confident is to feel secure from within, to believe in yourself and your abilities. Whether in a large crowd or a small group, with friends or alone, whether silent or talkative, it’s that special feeling inside that you can do this.

 

Higher confidence brings multiple benefits:

  • Improving your job performance
  • Becoming healthier and more positive
  • Gaining greater self-esteem and self-awareness
  • Better focus on achieving goals
  • Feeling more energized
  • Greater feelings of fulfilment and satisfaction
  • Remaining loyal to yourself, your values and beliefs
  • Accepting new challenges without fear
  • Achieving more with less stress
  • Setting realistic goals and getting the results you want

 

 

Self-confidence is extremely important in almost every aspect of our lives, yet many people struggle to find it. How do you build this sense of balanced self-confidence, founded on a firm appreciation of reality?

 

The bad news is that there is no quick solution.

 

The good news is that you can learn to be more confident.

 

 

You can build your confidence!

 

If you want a toned and fit body, you need to train your muscles. In the same way, developing confidence requires training. As long as you have focus and determination, you can awaken your confidence. And the things you do to build self-confidence will also help you find success.

 

If you want to make a change in your life, it’s never too late. Use the inspiring hacks, that I will share with you and explain extensively in my following blog posts. You will find the hacks that seem most fit to you and put them into practice and you will transform your life.

 

By the end you’ll be ready to let your light shine and take charge of your own success. You’ll not only feel confident, you’ll show your confidence to the world.

 

Get ready for my next post and discover how to awaken your confidence and forge your own destiny.

 

You have the choice to live your life the way you want!

 

 

If you like to learn more, check out my book Awaken Your Confidence, 15 People Share Their Journey to Success.  Available on Amazon globally, Kindle and paperback.

Together with the book, you receive invaluable Bonus material of 15 Video interviews & 15 interview audio files for you to download.

 

For more suggestions on improving your confidence, check out my website, www.rachelsmets.com. I enjoy sharing insights from personal experiences as well as finding new inspiration from others.

Don’t forget to join me in discussions on Facebook.

 

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please let me know. I’d love to hear from you.

 

Thanks for reading, and best of luck!

sign Rachel

 

 

 

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