Can You Really Learn to be Confident?
Can you really learn to be confident? The answer is absolutely! Although you may not remember a time when you felt naturally confident, you were not born with low self esteem, you were taught it. You might not have had someone telling you that you weren't good enough (although an unfortunate amount of people grow up hearing just that), but you were still led to believe, through experiences and interaction with other people that you were not perfect exactly the way you are.
The same way you had to learn that you were not good enough, you can learn to be confident. Self esteem and confidence is all about what you think and how you feel about yourself. Other people may have played a part in how you came to not feel confident, but only you can change it.
Through our thoughts and behavior we can enforce or change the way we feel about ourselves. If you feel that you are not good enough and you accompany that with thinking about how you are not good enough, comparing yourself unfavorably to other people, and talking about you are not as good as others, you enforce that feeling. If you start training your mind on thinking positive things about yourself as well as treating yourself well and saying good things about yourself, you can learn to be confident.
It takes time to develop low self esteem, so naturally, it can also take a while for you to learn to be confident. It is a gradual process, but it doesn't have to take years (or even months) if you go about it the right way. Brain "retraining" programs like the Ultraconfidence System can speed up the entire process by affecting your deeper subcounscious mind. This is also a much easier way to learn to be coonfident, than striggling or saying endless affirmations, etc.
To learn to be confident you need to learn a whole new and different way of thinking. You need to stop looking for the negative and start looking at what is right. This may seem like a difficult thing to do, but it doesn't have to be--not at all. Experts say it only takes about twenty one days to develop a new habit, anf though it may take a little longer to reinforce this habit, the point is that you can see great changes in only a few weeks.
Right now it may seem "automatic" for you to be hard on yourself and compare yourself to other people, but once you learn to be confident it will become automatic for you to appreciate yourself and be grateful for your strengths rather than to focus on your flaws. We all have flaws and weaknesses and that is part of being human--but that is NEVER the whole picture; just a tiny part of it.
Using a program like UltraConfidence you can learn to accept who you really are. You'll come to understand that you don't have to be perfect and in fact, your perceived "flaws" are actually part of your appeal. You'll know that, not only is it possible to learn to be confident, it is absolutely necessary in order to live a successful life. And besides all that--you deserve it!