We all know how important confidence can be for living the life that we´ve always dreamed of. I struggled with low confidence throughout my twenties, but through a lot of perseverance I learnt how to trust myself and everything began to change. If you struggle with confidence, life can become very frustrating and you may often feel like you should be doing so much better. You know deep down that you are good enough, but somehow that doesn’t translate into your day to day life. Luckily there are many things you can do to develop real and long-lasting confidence. It takes work and dedication, but the good news is that anyone can do it.
Identify what´s Important and Push out of your Comfort Zone Building confidence is all about identifying the ideal version of yourself and taking regular steps towards becoming that person. The very action of starting this process is empowering and you will soon start to notice the benefits. An important part of this is having what the Psychologist Carol Dwek calls a ´Growth Mindset´. Having a growth mindset means that you are willing to push yourself out of your comfort zone in order to learn something new. This is important when learning anything new, but particularly when building confidence. I will help you to identify your top life values and to create, short, medium and long-term goals that are in keeping with them. As you start to push out of your comfort zone, achieve your goals and live a life more in tune with your values, your natural self-confidence will start to blossom. Get in touch to find out more.
Robert James Pizey (of Robert James Coaching) is not a medical professional and is also not providing therapy or medical treatment. Robert James Pizey recommends that anyone experiencing anxiety seek professional medical help straight away to get a medical opinion and rule out other conditions or illnesses. The comments and opinions as written on this site are simply that and are not to be taken as professional medical opinions. Robert James Pizey provides coaching, education, accountability and peer support around Anxiety through his own personal experiences.