So how do you stay calm, dedicated and keep your confidence in a challenging environment? Here are some tips to take as a starting point for self-improvement.
Think of yourself as a Dartboard. Everything and everyone else around you can be Dart Anchors, one time or another. These dart pins will damage your confidence and tear you down in ways you can’t remember. Don’t let them kill you or love you. So which dart pins should you avoid?
Dart Pin 1: Inactive Workplace
Note the belief that “the dog ate the dog” when everyone was fighting to move forward. This is where ungrateful people often thrive. Most of the time, you get to overwork without getting help from the people involved. Avoid this; it will damage your confidence. Competition is at stake everywhere. Have enough competitive life, but in a live game that’s it.
Dart Pin 2: The Behavior of Others
Bulldozers, brown nosers, gossipers, scoundrels, backyards, shooters, traumatized people, controllers, passengers, complaints, explosives, strikers, sufferers lezi all these types of people will shake badly for your confidence, and for you in your own Development Program.
Dart Pin 3: A Changing Environment
You cannot be a green insect in a brown field. Changes challenge our paradigms. It examines our flexibility, our flexibility, and our attitude. Changes will make life difficult for a while, it can create stress, but it will help us find ways to improve ourselves. The change will be there forever; we must be influenced by it.
Dart Pin 4: Previous Experience
It’s okay to cry and say “wow!” when we feel pain. But do not let the pain paralyze you into fear. He may grab you by the tail and turn you around. Manage each failure and error as a lesson.
Dart Pin 5: Bad World View
See what you’re looking for. Do not be intimidated by the world’s negligence. In building self-confidence, we must learn to do the best in the worst situations.
Dart Pin 6: Decision Theory
Your personality and behavior are said to be a product of your genetic makeup, your upbringing (psychic), and your environment such as your spouse, company, economy, or friends. You have your own identity. If your father has failed, it does not mean that you should fail. Learn from other people’s experiences, so you will never encounter similar mistakes.
Sometimes, you may want to wonder if other people are born good leaders or intellectuals. No. Being optimistic and positive is a decision. Building self-confidence and drawing self-improvement lines is a choice, not a rule or talent. God would not come down from heaven and tell you – “George, you can now have permission to build your self-confidence and improve yourself.”
In real life, it is difficult to remain calm, especially when things and people around you keep pulling you down. When we arrive at the battlefield, we should select the appropriate luggage that we will bring with us and the defense equipment we will use, and then choose the ones that can be blocked by bullets. Life options give us a list of many options. During the war, we will be beaten and wounded. And wearing weapons that do not protect the bullets means ‘changing them’. A kind of change that comes from within. Voluntarily. Armor or Self Change changes three things: our attitude, our behavior, and our way of thinking.
Building self-confidence will ultimately lead to self-improvement as we begin to take responsibility for who we are, what we have and what we do. It is like a flame that spreads like wildfire within and without. When we develop self-confidence, we control our mission, values and morals. Self-confidence brings self-improvement, real testing, and determination. So how do you get started building self-confidence blocks? Be positive, content and happy. Be appreciative. Never miss a chance to compliment. A healthy lifestyle will help you build self-confidence, your first guide to self-improvement.