• Cassandra Schmigotzki

5 Little Things That Can Help Boost Your Self-Confidence



Let's face it: At one time or another, all of us wish we had more self-confidence. While there is no cure-all for confidence, there are some seemingly little things that can you can do that can boost your self-confidence a little bit.

Smile

This may seem like such a little thing, but making yourself smile (even when it may be a tad forced) can work wonders on your self-confidence. It projects happiness and positivity, which people will likely interpret as a sign of stability and uplifting energy. As a result, they are likely to engage with you in a positive way, which boosts your self-confidence even more. The whole “fake it until you make it” really does work when it comes to confidence.


Be Prepared

Anytime you face a new or unusual circumstance; it is natural to feel somewhat apprehensive. However, you can increase your self-confidence by preparing as much as possible in advance of the situation. Whether you are going on a job interview, a first date, or just a luncheon with some new friends, try to learn a little something beforehand about the people you will be interacting with. In this way, you will not be flying completely blind when trying to relate to them.

Exercise

You might not think it will make much of a difference, but exercise can help you change the way you think about yourself. When you don’t exercise regularly, you feel more lethargic, and you are more likely to consider yourself overweight, even if you aren’t. Exercise also releases endorphins and helps improve productivity, which all leading to feeling better about yourself.


Take Care of Your Appearance

While you shouldn’t obsess over your appearance, that also doesn’t mean that you should neglect yourself. If there are little things that you can fix, go ahead and do it. It’s okay to follow trends in beauty and fashion as well, just don’t judge yourself against other people while doing it. One of the growing trends to help with appearance is microblading, which is a semi-permanent makeup treatment meant to fill in sparse brows. It’s a little expensive, but treating yourself to something that makes you look better can give an extra pep to your step.

Relax

It is easy to overthink things, obsessing endlessly about how you are coming across and what others are thinking of you. The good news is that other people are doing the same thing. That is, they are likely obsessing over how they are coming across to you! So as hard as it can be, try to relax. Focus more on the other people and putting them at ease, and you will do much to give your self-confidence a little boost.


These are just a few of the little things that you can do to grow your self-confidence. Why not try them today? You just may be glad you did.

#selflove #smile #relax #exercise #happiness

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