Many people have problems with shyness and confidence. Most of these problems can be overcome by applying easy to learn tips and ideas designed to overcome shyness. Here are 6 simple tips to overcome shyness and boost your self confidence.
Are you shy? Do you have trouble dealing with people or situations? Then I have good news for you. You do not have to suffer from shyness and you should not feel uncomfortable and fear that you are being judged with every step you take.
Winning the war with shyness takes practice, but is definitely well worth the effort as the result is increased confidence and self respect. Wake up feeling good about yourself, able to face the world with confidence and security and the knowing that no feeling of fear can come in your way of achieving your goals.
There are hundreds of books written on the subject of how beat shyness and gain confidence, but there are a few methods that anyone can practice. Here are 6 ideas of techniques on how to beat your shyness:
- Every morning, as soon as you get up, get in front of a mirror and say out loud “I feel great! I feel great! I feel terrific!” Repeat this statement with excitement at least ten times everyday until it’s ingrained into your subconscious mind. If feel a little self conscious to begin with lock yourself in the bathroom. The effects will amaze you.
- Feel good about yourself. Look your best. Dress up more often. This gives you an extra feeling of security and self respect. On its own just knowing that you look good will boost your confidence and reinforce with others that there are things about you that are worth getting to know.
- Take a risk at least once a day. It’s very invigorating and beating fears by taking chances helps you grow in confidence and self respect. Start with small risks and fears and as you beat them move onto bigger things. There’s nothing you cannot do. Be bold in knowing that change can only help you grow, and improve your self confidence.
- When you are involved in a one to one conversation, or with a bigger group of people, let them know that you’re shy. This stops them from misunderstanding you and they are far more likely to invite you into the conversation rather than leave you just listening and wishing you could contribute.
Many people, me included, find following a talk in a noisy place difficult. If you are having trouble say so and move so that you can hear. People admire honesty, and vulnerability and you will bring more honest people into your life as a result.