If you have chronically low self-esteem, then there’s a good chance that this came from other people. The nasty thing about insecurity, jealousy and low esteem is that they are contagious. If you aren’t confident in yourself, then it will often cause you to become destructive and mean.
Having low self-esteem is no fun. Not only does it make you retract into yourself and become less outgoing and less likely to succeed, but it also means you’ll be less happy with who you are. The reality is that ‘you’ are the only constant in your life. Friends, relatives, jobs and health will come and go.
If you struggle with low confidence and esteem, then you should see a therapist such as a cognitive behavioral therapist. They will be able to talk you through the deep seated issues that are causing you to feel low in esteem and will build you back up.
Many of us will mistakenly associate confidence with aggression and even cruelty. Unconfident people are all those bullied kids, the friend zoned guys and the trampled-upon office worker. Confident people are the jocks, the ‘bad …
Have you ever seen someone walk into a room and immediately demand attention and respect? This is a truly quite amazing thing to witness and it demonstrates an incredible amount of confidence and poise to be able to pull off.
Partly, this comes down to the way we walk.
We have many opportunities to demonstrate our confidence or otherwise, but perhaps the most obvious example is when we are talking to an individual or a group. Those who have low self-esteem or confidence are likely to mutter, to stutter and to avoid eye contact. Those who are highly confident
If you want to be more confident, then you also need to be more independent. After all, self-confidence is all about having faith in your own ability and your own decisions. If you don’t know how to be alone, or don’t feel you can do things without the help of others, then you won’t have true confidence!
Choosing the right role model can improve your life in a vast number of ways. In fact, this is an incredibly potent tool for improving the way you come across to others. The problem? Many of us have either no role models at all, or we have the wrong role models.
Charisma is possible the truest and most impressive aspect of confidence. If you’ve ever met someone who has true, natural charisma, then you’ll know what this is like. They talk in a way that makes everyone want to listen.
There are many different things that will both influence your confidence and also be influenced by your confidence. Confidence is often a somewhat circular subject matter and this can often make it hard to know where to start. This is the case with body language. Being confident gives you better body language.