A lot of you I am sure have had confidence issues. It can be from the smallest thing like picking up the phone to speak to someone, to not being able to stand up and make a presentation.
If you have good ideas and you simply try to do something new it means you are that much more likely to succeed. Trusting that your sights are on point and you have what it takes to get there is one of the final pillars of confidence. Without trusting yourself you won’t want do or try anything on your own, you will be looking to others for direction and will find it difficult to find your own true path. But, once you trust that your point of view means something, you will have what is takes to find success.
Self esteem is a huge pillar for gaining and maintaining confidence in yourself and even in others. In this article I will be discussing what is involved in finding your own self-esteem which includes, knowing your strengths and what to do with them, plus accepting your weaknesses and what you can improve on. The combination of realising both of these is the answer to a confident, stable and happier you.
Are you finding yourself in a bit of a circle? Making mistakes and not learning from them, but instead, repeating them over and over again?
This is a very common problem, there is a reason for it and there is a way to stop you continuing down this ever long spiral.
Frustration comes up when people or a certain situation doesn’t go your way, or you might want something but don’t know how to take action to get it.
This is why it is so important to learn how to understand where your frustration is coming from and to know how to control it.
So, if you’re feeling frustrated and ready to take control, you can do this by taking certain steps
So far, we’ve found that daydreaming is good for thinking and planning out what you want to do in an emotionally safe and controlled way – so here’s how to turn that imagination into reality.
Daydreaming can create bad habits because it can cause you to get stuck in a constant loop of dreaming rather than actioning.
This can mean that you never feel able or willing to actually try anything as it might not work out how you dreamed it would. You then convince yourself that daydreaming about something is enough for you – so you don’t try.
This time I want to focus on the positives and how you can use your daydreams to their full advantage.
Do you ever question why you daydream so much? It’s something that can happen without you realising; where you mind wanders off to something as small as what you’re going to eat next, or to larger things like what it would be like to own that hotel on the coast of Jamaica. Is it […]
Find out how you can use daydreams to know what you want and plan for a happier future. – Therapy in London
Most of you can feel frustrated from time to time, and you might be surprised to hear that rather than dwelling in that frustration, you can use it to your advantage to help you.