How to Build Confidence

When you change your feelings, you will change your actions and behavior. Your behavior is tied to your feelings. Most people want to change but they cannot get past their emotions or feelings. Your E-motions are what sets things “IN-motion.” If you do not feel confident, you will not act confident. If you do not feel like a success in life, you will not act like a success in life. Here are six facts that I have learned that you can use to change your actions by changing your thinking:

Fact # 1 – You will have both positive and negative thoughts.
Fact # 2 – You can control your thoughts.
Fact # 3 – Your feelings come from your thoughts or beliefs.
Fact # 4 – You can control your feelings by taking control of your thoughts.
Fact # 5 – You can change your behavior by changing your feelings.
Fact # 6 – When you change your behavior, you change your future.

If you are willing to change your thinking, you can change your feelings.  If you will change your feelings, you can change your actions.  Changing your actions can change your life. 

When you start thinking and feeling confident you will look at mountains and only see anthills.  You will look at obstacles and see opportunities.  You will run into problems and will always find solutions.  Being confident will become part of your natural behavior.  When you get into this confidence flow, everything you attempt to accomplish will happen effortlessly.  You will get into a perpetual flow of repetitive success.  Soon, you will get to the place where you do not even think, feel, or act like a failure.

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One Response to How to Build Confidence

  1. Bethany Rice says:

    There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game.

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