Self-confidence is a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgment. A healthy sense of self-confidence is all about having a balanced view of yourself — taking pride in your abilities while recognizing your flaws. Although self-confidence can mean different things to different people, in reality, it simply means having faith in yourself.
Confidence is, in part, a result of how we have been brought up and how we’ve been taught. We learn from others how to think about ourselves and how to behave – these lessons affect what we believe about ourselves and other people. Confidence is also a result of our experiences and how we’ve learned to react to different situations.
- Being your best under stress
- Having leadership and executive presence.
- Exuding a more positive attitude.
- Feeling valued.
- Reducing negative thoughts
- Experiencing more fearlessness and less anxiety.
- Having greater freedom from social anxiety.
- Gaining energy and motivation to take action
- Being happier.