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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

How To Build Self Confidence in Yourself



Positive Thinking Tips

Would you like to be able to concentrate on achieving your goals every single day? Would you like to keep high spirits and generate enough energy to keep going towards your dreams? Would you like to feel rejuvenated and ready to conquer the world on a constant basis? Think about how you feel when you just heard a great lecture, read an awesome book or seen a terrific movie? Aren't you ready to climb the Everest or sell ice to the Eskimos? But the next day or a few days later, the enthusiasm has melt away. This is when you need to apply positive thinking to keep going.
Here is a course of action that will rocket your positive frame of mind, help you focus and generate high motivation. I've used this method to be open to and take advantage of positive influences. It has helped me catch on opportunities that I would have missed and would have never even become aware of.
Decide to follow a one-month mental detoxification. Stop watching television: Broadcast news; cynical, violent or pessimistic shows; news mongering etc. Who needs a steady diet of all that?
Turn the radio off except if great songs or music are playing and without any unnecessary bad comments from the radio host. Or better, sing your heart out and listen to the birds or the wind. You'll be surprised.
Read 15 to 30 minutes of inspiring prose at breakfast to set you in high spirits for the day.
Get in some exercise or do more of it. Walk places instead of driving, park farther away and walk for a little bit. Use the stairs instead of the elevator. If you can get to a gym, great, do it.
Avoid the company of negative or pessimistic individuals. If you have to meet them absolutely, cut the time down. The less you're seeing them, the better off you are.
Choose your relationships so you have a pleasant entourage of people who are friendly and positive in life.
Drink lots of alkaline water. It helps release toxins that are in your body.
Take 15 to 30 minutes each day to examine your goals, what you want to happen and what you're appreciative of. Take this time to really examine where you are gaining ground and where you are losing. Reinforce the actions that have positive effects and get rid of those that are not contributing to your efforts.
If you follow the above, I promise that you'll observe an astonishing difference at the end of the month. Track your successes in a journal and appreciate your refreshing positive attitude and blooming self-confidence.
Amelie has dealt with a lot of people from all walks of life. She's learnt that the primary tool to success is knowing how to handle relationships with tact. She's also found out that a positive attitude in life makes the difference between a winner and a loser. If you're interested in reading more about self-confidence and positive thinking you can do so by going to
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