Now That’s Confidence!

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Confidence in Youngsters is Expressed in Many Different Ways

My 6 year old daughter recently wrote on our white board. It was a very nice surprise to read this from someone so young. She did not have any help in writing this. I just woke one morning to find it. Way to go girl. I’m SO proud!

Confidence in Kids

My daughter’s wonderful self expression.

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Confidence to Rid the “Lack” Mindset

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Once again I will bring up the “new year” that we are in since it is still fairly new (only 6 weeks into 2014) and ask you how you are doing with those New Year’s resolutions you set on Jan. 1 every year?

This truly can be your year, month, day, moment, whatever you choose to see as the BIG BREAKTHROUGH in your life to accomplish whatever you want.
First step in your approach may be to rid yourself of the “lacking” mentality and the “I’m doing o.k.” approach to reaching your full potential and really experiencing the satisfaction of the happiness you urn for and may never have felt before.

If you sit back and dream (a good start) and wish your life was different, but are quick to SETTLE with what is going currently going on, then I have awaking news for you. IT’S NOT GOING TO CHANGE UNLESS YOU CHANGE.

Stick with me here for a moment. It’s been said many times and many ways that in order for you to reach certain prosperity in your life, you should set goals and take action to reach them. Heck yea, I’ve said also. But there is more to it than that.

Putting yourself in the best position to really accomplish things and improve your situation takes the best possible mindset you have to get you where you want to go. It’s a real challenge to reach those ultimate goals if you are not in the “driven” mindset and aren’t willing to do what it takes to create that “drive.”

Get with others that can help. A mentor can provide the necessary “kick in the backside” to get you to own up to your current “can’t” or “won’t” comfort zone and realize that wishing and hoping are probably not going push you to make changes.


It’s certainly not too late to get back on track with those resolutions (I like to call them solutions) and accomplish the goals you set . . . even if it’s just a small positive result.

It’s never too late to begin again!

10 Tips to Get the New Year Off to a Confident Beginning

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Beginning the new year with a confident mindset is one of the best ways to experience achievement and success throughout the entire year. This is not about how to set and reach New Year’s resolutions (although it can apply).

It’s just too easy to sit back and dream of great year coming, having wealth, having health, losing weight, exercising more, quit smoking, yada yada yada. Sure, it’s great to dream big, I certainly recommend that, but taking action . . . I MEAN MASSIVE AND CONSISTENT ACTION, is the best way to reach those aspirations and goals.

Here are 10 tips to get started feeling confident about who you are, what you want, and where you are going.

APPRECIATE. Sit back and take note of the wonderful things you already have in your life right now. It’s great to strive for more, but strive to have a better mindset and you will be more clear about how to achieve more. Having gratitude for everything (even the seemingly insignificant) you have now helps keep you grounded and builds confidence.

SMALL GOALS. Again, making resolutions is great, now turn those into solutions. Most resolutions don’t have a completion of success because the action required to reach them ends after the first week. Make really small goals that are achievable with minimum effort and continue to increase the goals, but not until the first ones are reached. This helps produce positive results quickly and encourages you to continue.

CLARITY. Get clear on the end results without trying to do everything all at once. We live in a busy society with information overload and it’s really easy to attempt to take in everything. It’s been said many times about setting goals and taking action to reach them, but getting focused may be the only way to do that. Accomplish something everyday that helps you reach your goals without doing everything all at once. Solicit and delegate to others for help so you can concentrate on the biggest priorities at hand.

BREATHE. Stop and step back once in awhile to take a couple deep breaths and relax your brain and mind for a bit. Once again, we tend to attempt to absorb so much going on that we fill our head with unstoppable responsibilities which can cause stress, raises blood pressure, invokes anger, and gives us the feeling of being overwhelmed and out of breath sometimes. Just breathe . . . and relax.

RELAX. A fitting followup for the previous tip. Having intensity is great if you can do it without getting overwhelmed. Doing something really well has wonderful rewards, but take a step at a time. Trying to do everything great leaves so much opportunity for that feeling of failure. Find your ways to laugh, to sing and dance, clear your head, whatever helps to keep an organized mind.

ORGANIZE. Get a notepad and write down those things that you absolutely cannot forget. This helps clear your mind from the pressure of having to remember everything, and we all the feeling we experience when we forget something really important. Make notes and prioritize them. Not everything has be an emergency right now.

BEGINNING. Start your day with something positive. It can include some positive affirmations, great quotes, inspiring music, laughter, or exercise, whatever you really enjoy, but do it first thing in the day. The entire day seems to go much better when you get the positive juices flowing right away.

ACCEPT. Decide right now that not everything will go as planned. Try to come up with a “plan B” for some of those situations so that if things don’t go as planned, you have a backup. Even though LIFE is still going to happen, realize that most disasters are only temporary and they will get resolved or pass.

ACTION. Do something (no matter how small) to help you reach your end result. Just waiting for things to work out in your favor is not a pro-active approach to gain confidence in yourself, therefore leaving and empty solution. Keep moving forward with little steps that can propel you to bigger success.

FORGIVE. Get out of the past by learning to forgive people and situations that caused you to feel angry, helpless, overwhelmed, disappointed, unappreciated, strip your confidence, and anything negative. Get rid of the destructive behavior associated with these people/occasions and leave them in the past. This is a new year and you have the power to decide that you WILL move forward with more progressive and positive results you desire.

This is just the beginning (pun intended) to get the new year off to a great start. Decide for yourself that you will do whatever is necessary to reach new levels of freedom, achievement, and happiness that you have never felt before. Get the mindset of confidence that you are important and you WILL make any necessary changes and actions to become the very best you can.

You know what you need to do . . . now JUST DO IT!

10 Ultimate Tips to Power Your Mindset and Gain More Self Confidence

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Gain More Self Confidence with a Strong Mindset

Gain Self Confidence and a Strong MindsetSelf confidence plays such an important role in our life on a daily basis. Most of the time we just go on with your day without ever thinking about how confident we feel about ourselves – that is, until we’re faced with a huge decision or we need to perform a certain task and expect to do it well.

So creating a solid mindset to feel completely confident anytime and anywhere becomes a very important quality that we can apply to most situations before they ever occur, thus making those challenging moments so much easier to contend with and to help us feel better about them.

For most of us, trying just one method to gain confidence and maintain a confident mindset doesn’t always prove to be the best solution, but using a combination of several techniques may provide exactly the key outcome to successfully achieve our ultimate goal.

Here are 10 strategies to the solutions that can be used alone, or in a combination to create or change your mindset to gain the self confidence you deserve. (not necessarily in order of importance).

1. One of the first and most important concepts to the creation of a strong and sound mindset is to begin with a clear slate. In other words, to erase those obstacles from your past that continue to form negative beliefs which keep you from feeling confident. It’s pretty difficult to move forward if you are constantly haunted by negative experiences from your past.

You can start the healing process by writing down all those past influences that continue to make you feel inadequate, indecisive, and insecure. I like to refer to this as clearing your mindset closet. Once you’ve discharged these destructive experiences, you can begin to create new positive associations that will propel you to new horizons.

2. Another destructive behavior is to focus on negative situations and outcomes. If you tell yourself that bad things always happen to you, then your subconscious mind will continue to find ways to reinforce that and constantly remind your thought process that “this is just the way it has been and there is nothing you can do about it”.

So this destructive thought pattern becomes the norm and you’ll have a very difficult time getting away from this type of behavior (in my book, The 51st State, I refer to this as ‘stinkin-thinkin’). Of course, not everything is going to produce a positive result for you, but you can DECIDE that negative outcomes are merely lessons to which you should view as a sign to try a new approach.

Don’t let your mind say to you; “see, I told you only bad things happen” – keep thinking that way and most likely, they will.

3. So, with a clear head and a positive attitude, you can begin to create your positive belief programming by some very powerful and influential techniques to disrupt a negative situation that occurs anytime, anywhere.

Be prepared to change your environment, or enhance the mood, or by documenting the cause so you can avoid a similar outcome in the future. You can put on some loud and fun music, you can go for a walk or run to exert some energy, you can listen to inspiring messages (i.e. my audio session) to help empower mindset and deal with a situation better, or take a hot bath to relax you physically.

Decide for yourself, what works for you to quickly change the immediate circumstances and you will open new channels to overcome these challenges.

4. Create a vision (dream) board that you can look at constantly. This is a great way to form positive beliefs and give you a physical “goal getter” to refer to first thing in the morning, last thing in the evening, and anytime in between.

You can use a bulletin board, white board, electronic graphic on your computer, or a simple cardboard poster that you can attach pictures, quotes, and goals as a constant reminder of what you want, who you want to be, and how you want to feel. Just remember to use this inspiration as often as possible.

Look at it, read it, study it, dream it, and believe in it. You can gain some huge confidence in yourself when you create some visual goals.

5. Surround yourself with positive energy. As obvious as this sounds, I’m amazed how many people continue to let destructive influences into their life from others. Join a group of like-minded people that you can relate to and share with and that empower you, or start one.

Stop hanging around those individuals that suck your energy from you and bring you down. Start associating with those you lift you up and energize you and you will probably find yourself with more confidence.

There is so much great opportunity to build confidence when you truly relate to others who recognize your strengths and talents instead of those who want to steal your dreams. Think back on those pivotal moments when someone you met made a huge impact on your life (in a positive way of course) and realize that this can, and probably will happen again.

Set your own boundaries and limits about who you will let become part of your circle of influence and you can feel the incredible power of confidence.

6. Getting busy with physical exercise (only with doctor’s permission) is probably one the most empowering methods to build self confidence. I have heard from so many people that this is the one thing that really makes them feel incredibly confident physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Sure, you may seek to build muscle, lose a few pounds, look fit, but it’s the mental aspect that has a huge impact on building confidence. Just knowing that it takes motivation and perseverance to get out and exercise is very satisfying by itself. Stick with it for awhile, and you should realize some really great physical results from your efforts. It’s also a great stress reliever and tension reducer.

There are many ways to get active, from going to the gym, to walking around the block, to working out at home with simple weights or a cardio dvd. You don’t have to set huge milestones to shoot for and accomplish at first. Start out with small, achievable goals in the beginning and continue to increase your workout program until you reach your ultimate results. Find something that you can do physically on a regular basis and you can gain the confidence you desire from this terrific form of activity.

7. Accomplish something, no matter how insignificant it seems, that gives you some satisfaction that you are moving in the right direction. Confidence comes from results – usually positive results.

Don’t just sit around and wait for things to come your way. Get up and call someone, or open a business account, write a blog post, clean the closet, even plant a garden, something that is necessary to help you move forward.

There certainly are no guarantees that is will provide instant success for you, but it keeps the motivation factor progressing and hopefully will lead you to the next task to accomplish to reach your goals (you better have some goals).

8. Develop some mind-healthy habits of positive reinforcement. Most of us have read motivational quotes to some degree. They can be found all over our busy world, from television commercials, to inspirational wall hangings, to fortune cookie messages, to seminars and programs you can listen to anywhere you go. That’s terrific.

There is such a vast amount of really great messages to keep us inspired all the time. Now, we just have to channel them into our subconscious mind so we create (or change) our belief system. Just reading a great quote or hearing a positive message usually isn’t enough to really embed that positive idea firmly in our mind so that we can call on it when we need to.

Try affirmations, mantras, and meditation, that can have a lasting result and provide a positive memory bank that we can tap into at will. A more consistent approach is usually required to create this part of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming). Put these words of confidence anywhere you spend a lot of time at or on a regular basis.

By reading these powerful messages constantly, you can begin to create your own beliefs that will flush away negative thoughts and replace them with empowering and confident ones.

9. Be grateful, thankful, and appreciative of the gifts you already possess. You may be asking; how is this going to give me more confidence? The solution is that we can take a step back and realize who we already are, what we’ve already accomplished, and what we already have in our lives.

We all have certain gifts that we should be so thankful for. Sometimes it’s hard to think about them when we are struggling with life’s challenges. This is a great time to make a list of our wonderful traits and characteristics and pin them up on our dream board so that we can refer to them when life becomes difficult.

Confidence in our ability to appreciate the things we have instead of constantly striving for more can have a profound effect on our mindset. That also leads to rethinking what we really want and who we really want to be. Take some time to write down your gifts and be confident with them.

10. Never, ever give up. That means never give up on your dreams, your beliefs, or your talents. There is a time when you may be smart to let go of something that is draining you mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially so you can move on to more progressive tasks that will propel you forward in seeking your ultimate success.

You can usually decide when this time is appropriate when it just feels right to part from something that stops you in your tracks or takes too much away from you. It may be a relationship, a j.o.b., a business venture or a destructive circle of influences.

You should be focused on that which gets you closer to success by helping you accomplish your tasks and reach your goals. Sure there will be unexpected challenges along the way, but don’t let them bring you down and away from your dreams. You can just expect that challenges will happen, but you can also prepare for some of them by thinking ahead to what is presented in front of you.

Prioritize your tasks, contact those you need help from, and always take some action to get you closer to individual goals.

Try applying as many of these methods to increase your confidence and you may experience a higher power never felt before. Your mindset is so important to your confidence levels, which in turn helps you make decisions, take action, and venture out of your comfort zone, that can lead to the road to realize your ultimate success.

Focus on making things happen that move you forward and stop wasting time on things that are nonproductive. Confidence crushers are found too easily and in so many aspects of life so weeding through them can prove to turn confidence levels positive by eliminating those things that are destructive.

Take charge of your mindset and cherish the gifts you have been given. You are important – Have SELF CONFIDENCE AND BE CONFIDENT!

Self Confidence Tips for Beginners

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Self Esteem Quiz for Self Confidence

Taking a self esteem quiz can help bring awareness to areas of improvement for self confidence

Seems we don’t really pay much attention to how we feel from day to day, so a reminder that we need self confidence tips for beginners to make us realize how important it is to think simple and get confident. We may need to stop and focus on some core issues to help us create our plans and take the necessary actions to reach our goals from that plan.

In her article about boosting self confidence, Mary M. Mitchell outlines some key tips to help make confidence a very important aspect in accomplishing things important to us.

Here are some self confidence tips for beginners to start with:

Be disciplined: Keep your agreements. Be on time. Be mindful and in the present. That is a gift to yourself as well as others. Whatever we think and feel now creates what happens in the future. When we stick to the “now” and don’t chase rabbits, we are involved and aware of opportunities. That has a huge impact on the quality of our relationships.

Give and receive: Give whatever you hope to receive in turn. When we circulate our positive energy, we create more to enjoy. Be open to giving to yourself.

Perhaps, as you read these ideas, you’re thinking, “Yeah, so tell me something new. I know this already.” To paraphrase one of my teachers, “Although we all know what to do, successful people do what they know.”

You can read all the great tips for self confidence in the rest of the article here.

Confidence comes in many different ways and forms. Getting some exercise is a great way. So is being in control of our own self discipline. Giving to others and feeling gratitude is a really great way to boost self confidence tips for beginners.

Less Fear . . . More Confidence!

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Less Fear . . . More Confidence, Overcoming the Fear Factor

The Only Thing to Fear is Fear Itself

The word alone instills uncomfortable feelings in some just hearing it and experiencing some thoughts about the latest occurrence with that which triggered it, so feeling less fear and more confidence seems obvious. Most of us don’t want to feel fear on a consistent basis, yet overcoming our fears can produce some of the most rewarding feelings we really DO care to feel constantly.

We certainly are not going to enjoy everything that life has to offer. Taking a position in sales is probably not going to be your ideal career choice if you don’t like meeting with strangers or having to deal with rejection. But taking a hard look at circumstances that may provide huge positive results, now or in your future, may be worth opening your mind to techniques in overcoming that fear.

Fear itself is usually not something we can reach out and touch or put in a box and close it up forever. It simply stems from an association we feel when something occurs that has been an unpleasant experience or how we believe we may feel if something is attempted.. There are so many different forms of fear and as soon as we accept the fact that we can control how we deal with it, we will carry that fear with us whenever those incidents happen.

Sometimes fear of the unknown is enough for us to hold back in pursuing our dreams. A negative association to something previously attempted, may tell us that the result will always happen that way. Not true! We cannot allow ourselves to pull back into a shell like a turtle just because something happened we didn’t expect or like.

If everyone gave up after a few tries to ride a bike, we would have no need for bicycle shops or riding trails.

Taking an assessment of results attained when attempting to reach a goal may provide the very insight to creating a different plan or approach to reach the goal.

Even attempting something with everything you have within may not produce the results desired, the fact that you even made the effort (and hopefully a big effort), produces satisfaction. Not having even tried anything, just shows that we are defeated. Unacceptable!

Be smart about it though. If your fear is water and not being able to stay afloat, don’t just jump in deep water without proper safety in mind. Yes, take the plunge, but make sure someone else is around to assist if necessary, in anything you attempt.

Having a desire to fear no more is just the beginning to making that happen.

You are probably going to have to make some changes to reach those goals. And some of those changes may produce different uncomfortable feelings, however, taking action to accomplish something this important, far exceeds the feeling of having never attempted to do nothing about it.

Facing fear can be one of the most challenging aspects in overcoming our desire to accept that this is just the way it’s going to be.

Identifying that which we feel fear about is a great place to start. Recognize it, identify it, but don’t accept it. Choose to take necessary action to conquer it.

In other words . . . never, ever give up!

Take on those challenges head on. Do some research if necessary. Talk with others who have had similar experiences. Try a new approach. And most important, BELIEVE in yourself. You CAN do it.

Go out and touch a snake, or go for a skydive, make a cold call, or share with someone something that really makes you uncomfortable, they just might have the same fear and you can work together to conquer it. Face those fears directly with great enthusiasm and drive that will allow them to become only a memory. You just might discover a feeling of personal achievement that you have not experienced before.

Use fear to overcome it fear. Find your path to less fear and more confidence can eliminate that nasty association.


The Little Things that Build Confidence

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Your Future Self Confidence Starts Early, Inspiration, Motivation, Self Confidence

Your future self confidence starts early, so get out and get busy . . . and have fun.

Sometimes it’s the little things that build confidence by appreciating everything that goes into the events that take place around us. We tend to focus on the end result and not the journey we experienced along the way.

Whether it’s the players involved, or the circumstances that are created from those players, we can all take a closer look at everything that helps us build confidence. Here is a perfect example from Susan Harman about this observation.

Sports are made of lots of the little things that build confidence.

Soccer is a game filled with hundreds of little dramas, the execution of which may figure into the ultimate outcome but which do disclose who is playing the game the way it’s meant to be played.

To love soccer means you set aside American cultural preferences for scoring and concentrate on those mini-dramas taking place all over the field.

Regina senior Zoe Dutchik is perhaps best known as an all-state basketball player who led the team in scoring with a 17.5-points per game average. But it is soccer that has won her heart and which she will play in college at St. Thomas.


“In soccer, she was probably the best dandelion picker on the team for a few years, but she always said, ‘I love it,’” Bernard Dutchik said. “After every practice, every game, she always said how much she liked it. I don’t think she scored her first goal for three or four years.”

Andrew McKnight, who is the girls coach at Cedar Rapids Kennedy, coached Zoe for three years between Kickers and high school.

“Like any other 12-, 13-year old kid who’s trying to master this wonderful game, she was a little bit rough around the edges, a little bit raw,” he said..

Zoe credits McKnight for advancing her skills and helping her develop self-confidence.

“I didn’t really come from a soccer family, and all the other girls did, and I needed help with my ball skills,” she said.

McKnight deflects credit back to a girl with an unrelenting work ethic and positive attitude.

Want to learn more? Read the whole story here.

Knowing when to place emphasis on the game rather that than the score may lead to a greater appreciation to the little things that build confidence.

Positive Mentoring Promotes Confidence

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Lack of Self Confidence May Come From Home

Lack of self confidence may come from home without even realizing it.

Positive mentoring promotes confidence for many of our youth and can produce a significant amount of benefit to all involved. Following good news and good examples of life lessons can make a big difference in the lives of our youth and anyone for that matter.

We have many different role models in many different areas of our lives. Too much negative news from crappy role models can have a really negative impact on anyone. So, we can seek to find or create positive role models that will do everyone a whole lot of good.

Shireen Muldowney wrote a very inspiring article that points out some critical statistics from the benefits of positive mentoring.

Positive mentoring promotes confidence is something that reaps rewards many times over.

Goals of the Youth Mentoring Program are to improve self-esteem, attitudes, academic performance, social skills, and work habits of young people. Research data indicates that mentoring programs have reduced first-time drug use by almost 50% and first-time alcohol use by 33%. In addition, mentored youth displayed greater confidence in their schoolwork and improved their academic performance.

The Youth Mentoring Program also involves recruiting volunteer Mentors who will be matched with a youth Mentee. Volunteer Mentors agree to meet with their Mentee at the Chapter for at least one hour per week for ten months. Besides offering friendship and a listening ear, Mentors and Mentees will engage in a variety of fun and meaningful activities individually and in groups. It has been shown that a trusting relationship with a caring adult can have a life-changing effect on a young person.

Catch the rest of this positive article here.

We can only hope to have more of these positive mentoring programs. We can all learn from the fact that positive mentoring promotes confidence and builds worth to help in making good decisions and more importantly, pay it forward.

Confidence Techniques to Feel Great Now

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Sometimes there are simple confidence techniques to feel great now so that you can get quick results and practice regularly to build self confidence when you just don’t feel on top of your game. It doesn’t have to be a complicated process to feel great.

Wow, I did not realize that taller people usually feel more confident than shorter ones!

Here are some confidence techniques to feel great now.

Experience the great rewards from doing some simple confidence techniques to feel great now, even if you’re not tall!