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Where does confidence come from and how can we be super confident?  As any good  confidence training courses will say, confidence is king. Thankfully, there are some great ways how to help your self esteem. The exercise on this page is one exercise I picked up from a friend who works in counseling self esteem programs in schools. It’s extremely effective!  

 You need to be super confident to succeed in life, but where does confidence come from? When you know the basic principles of confidence, you’ll be able to be super confident in no time.

Where Does Confidence Come From

As of late I’ve been meditating a great deal (over an hour a day) and have just this morning discovered a way in which I can very quickly begin to boost my confidence.  way is through focussing on small changes I make in my environment.

This is incredibly simple, yet it is the answer to where does confidence come from and a way how to be super confident, because when we realise that we do, continually, make real changes to the world each and every moment of our lives, we recognise that we have power. So, the key to confidence is recognising our power. Sadly, for various reasons, we spend a lot of our time actively stopping ourselves from recognising the power we have.



How To Be Super Confident — Quit holding yourself back

Anyone who regularly practices positive psychology, self help or self improvement (and particularly those who meditate) will likely have noticed how strange it is when you suddenly realise you are not doing something you know would be of benefit. There are so many great tools we can use for self improvement and likely you know many of them already. But how often do you use them? It’s a bizarre fact of human nature that even when we know something is good for us we still fail to do it routinely. This is true for confidence true, for even now that we’ve answered the question “where does confidence come from” and we know how to be super confident (by recognising the changes we make in the world each and every moment of our existence) we will still stop ourselves from doing it.

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