A number of things can cause low self-confidence and a lack of self-belief. We have seen that self-belief requires self-esteem and overcoming negative thinking. While these are internal factors, there are also external dynamics that can affect your self-belief in such an extent that will deeply affect your chances to live life big.
The space you live in can be a great source of support or suppression and your self-belief won’t take off if you are not aware of these factors and how they influence your life. Spend some time reflecting on your current life, ask yourself these questions and think about your answers.
The first factor is… your friends and family.
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When you don’t like yourself, you’ll evaluate yourself negatively in many things you do and very likely you’ll engage in a negative self-talk. This is why low self-esteem is one of the most important reasons of negative self-talk and why overcoming negative self-talk requires addressing self-esteem at first when you are trying to recover your self-belief.
If negative thinking is the first of the 5 deadly mistakes that will kill your self-confidence and your self-belief, overcoming negative self-talk is the first target you should set to turn things around.
“You’re only as good as your next thought of yourself” ― Curtis Tyrone Jones
When you conquer negative self-talk, your self-esteem will improve and your self-belief gets a second chance. You’ll gain more self-confidence and you’ll feel more positive about your life in general.
The good news is that overcoming negative self-talk is possible and you can learn how to do it.
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By now, we have seen that self-confidence is a pillar skill for a successful and meaningful life. We have seen a lot of tips and suggestions and thought-provoking insights. If self-confidence, boiled down, is “I can”, then believing in yourself is a basic prerequisite for a healthy self-confidence. This could be restated as: “Self-confidence is Believing I can”. This seems a sensible thought, but how to start believing in yourself?
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