We weren’t born confident. Confidence is a quality we need to cultivate by thinking outside of the box and refusing to live only to please others. Think back to when you were a child. You didn’t need to be confident then, you simply cried when things didn’t go your way. But, as you grew up, you start to notice the impact of how others see you and you become self-conscious. We’re the ones that give power to others by letting what they think to dictate our confidence when really it’s how we feel about ourselves that will radiate confidence.
That’s why all it takes to be more confident is five minutes designed to rewire your thought pattern and bring focus back where it belongs.
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Strike A Power Pose
Guess what? No one is confident all the time. Not even those who have a full makeup and hair team every single day. The key is knowing how to switch confidence back on when it seems fleeting. You can actually trick your own brain.
Go into a room where you can be alone. It helps if there’s a mirror. Then extend your arms up in a “V” shape. Stand as tall and as big as you possibly can. This is called the Victory stance and is a power pose. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart and your chin up, and stand there in silence for two whole minutes. It might feel awkward for the first 30 seconds, but it’ll fix your posture, bring a smile to your face and restore your confidence. Take that power out the door with you by keeping your head held high and your body standing straight.