7 Daily Habits to Gain Self-Confidence and Better Health in 2017

7 Daily Habits to Gain Self-Confidence and Better Health in 2017

Posted by Lori Shemek; March 14, 2017

One of the main character traits that make people spread charisma and magnetism is self-confidence. Some people seem to be born with it. Still, although for some, it may come naturally, you can also come to emanate self-confidence if you embrace a range of daily habits.

Yes, when there’s a will, there’s a way, and you’ll agree with us once you’ll have implemented these changes. 

1.Focus on Improving Your Self-Esteem  

It goes without saying that your self-confidence is pretty much connected to your self-esteem. But first, how would we describe self-esteem? It is the evaluation of our own abilities; it’s a personal reality that we create for ourselves, which may or may not be entirely accurate.

What is more, self-esteem can dramatically alter the way in which we perceive the outer world and the way in which we relate with those surrounding us.

To clarify; your self-esteem has nothing to do with the compliments you receive from other people or the way they make you feel. Self-esteem is s personal state of mind, and you’re in control to change it.

2. Stop Focusing on Other People’s Opinions

Many times, the problem with self-esteem emerges from the fact that we always compare ourselves with others. Still, comparison can be the root of all evil, and if we don’t reckon that, we won’t escape this mental trap.

Stop asking yourself questions about how other people see you, whether they appreciate you or not, so on and so forth. Doubting yourself and constantly evaluating other people’s perception of you always results in low self-confidence. As an alternative, concentrate on educating yourself and on becoming the best version of yourself you can be.

3. Get Rid of Negative Thoughts

Negativity can steal our joy and make us feel miserable about ourselves and our lives. It’s true that anxiety and stress are inevitable and everyone experiences this kind of feelings now and then. Still, when they become a normality, something’s not right. Repeating to yourself that you’re too fat, you’re not good enough, or you can’t succeed is the recipe for failure.

If you’re not content with your physical condition, take action and exercise on a treadmill in home, do Pilates or Yoga, but eliminate this self-pity mindset that is compromising your state of mind.

4. Socialize

You may say that you’re the worst at socializing and you’re famous for making numerous blunders when in the presence of new people. Nonetheless, this shouldn’t stop you from stepping out of your comfort zone. We should interact with others because it is healthy.

Of course, this doesn’t mean you should become a party animal when this doesn’t represent you. However, initiating conversations at social gatherings and trying to be a good company are both great exercises that, in time, will aid you to improve your self-confidence.

5. Follow Your Passions

What do you enjoy doing the most? What are your hidden desires? Is there anything you long doing? Only you know the answers to these questions. If you didn’t notice until now, confident people are the ones that take pleasure in what they do and relish their living.

On the other side, negative people are continually complaining that their lives are far from what they had anticipated they would be. On which side do you wish to be? You are the only one that’s stopping you from going after what you want.

6. Work on Your Priorities

One of the practices of successful people is knowing exactly what they want and acknowledging their priorities. Do you feel that you often fail to focus on that? On this note, we advise you to take the time to think of your life, and what you like and don’t like about it.

What are your life goals and how do you plan on accomplishing them? Are you doing anything in that direction or you’re waiting for them to happen by chance? Embracing change is often a necessity, especially if we have become stuck in a routine that doesn’t bring us any happiness and satisfaction.

Bear this in mind: self-evaluation is paramount to self-development and attaining self-confidence.

7. Nothing Compares to Self-Love

It has been proven that self-love is crucial for your overall well-being, not to mention that it improves your relationships with others as well. Everyone screws up now and then, it’s only human, right?

Nonetheless, such happenings aren’t the end of the world. Be open about your mistakes and acknowledge them. Establish the root of the problem and try to come up with a way of improving yourself.

Life is the way in which we build it. It can be beautiful and exciting or the other way around. How do you choose to live your life? By continually judging yourself and being tormented with self-guilt, or by loving and accepting yourself? Never forget that self-development is the secret to attaining self-confidence!

Guest Post by Cathy Scarlett


©2017 DLS HealthWorks, LLC.  Lori Shemek, PhD health expert and weight loss expert.  Best-Selling Author of How To Fight FATflammation! and the best-selling author of  ‘Fire-Up Your Fat Burn!’