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4 Easy Exercises For Greater Self-Confidence

17 February 2010 12 Comments

Harmonics: See the “More Science” section below…


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Think about (and if you like, write down) what confidence means to you. What do confident people do that unconfident people do not? What would you do differently if you were confident?

For instance, maybe you would find it easier to speak up for yourself, show your emotions, meet new people or (in the case of a male) approach women.

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Write down three beliefs you hold about yourself which could be limiting your confidence.

Now, think of three beliefs you would rather have…beliefs that would empower you and bring you confidence. Cross out the limiting beliefs and write these empowering ones down in their place.

What would you have to do for these new beliefs to come true?

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Make yourself very comfortable (either sitting or lying down), close your eyes, take a few deep breaths and relax.

Allow yourself to imagine: what would it be like to be perfectly confident? What difference would it make in my life?

Let your mind drift for a few minutes, then open your eyes and write down everything that comes to mind. Keep this list: you have it in your power to experience all this eventually. Remember that whatever your mind can conceive and you can realize .

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Commit yourself to behaving more confidently AS OF NOW, even if it feels like an act. Do what actors, musicians, politicians, celebrities and many others do all over the world – pretend like you’re confident even if you’re not.

For instance, calm your breath, stand upright, look people in the eye and speak with a clear, unwavering tone…you’ll feel more confident immediately.


>> Check out 365 Steps to Self-Confidence: A Complete Program for Transformation…in Just a Few Minutes a Day by David Lawrence Preston.
>> Download “Self Worth vs. Success,” a free excerpt from my upcoming book.
>> Listen to those harmonics I mentioned earlier (its from the free mixtape mentioned above):

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