Archive for the ‘Confidence Related’ Category

Improving Self Confidence after a Breakup

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Breaking up is never an easy process, especially if you never saw it coming. At this stage, it may feel easier for you to hold on to the broken pieces and memories then to move on. However, the truth is far from this.

There are many signs that you have yet to let go and start to move on. You find yourself retracing your footsteps, and every line in your fights, trying to figure out where it went wrong and what you could have done to fix it. You feel that if you could only figure out why your partner left, you would be able to convince them to come back. Worse still, is underlying all these thoughts, the implicit belief that your world is broken and will be magically fixed somehow if your partner would just step back into it.

4 Powerful Steps to Gaining Confidence with Women

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

Dating is a source of recreation, and it is important to always keeping mind that it is also another way of getting to know and meet more people. This will make it less intimidating in going up to a woman and talking to her, if you tell yourself that it is pretty much the same as initiating a conversation with a stranger: scary, but not extremely so.

How to Speak with Confidence during Public Speaking

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Public speaking is an art form, when you deliver a presentation or a speech in front of an audience. In a survey, it is the greatest fear of the people who were polled, so you are definitely not alone if the thought of public speaking makes your knees tremble. Whilst public speaking can be taught and trained, the one key factor that you must possess is self confidence. With it, you will be able to trust in your own ability to cope with accidental hiccups, or unexpected questions shot your way.

How to Build Confidence in Children

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

It is important to pay close attention to developing your child’s self confidence as this is something that will carry over as they grow up. Most self confidence issues occur when they are young, and there are many reasons for why a child is lacking in self confidence. Keep in mind that your child requires constant validation and approval from you, and it is important to balance your praise with criticism when dealing with them.