Feeling low? Here’s some effective ways you can boost your confidence

Not everyone can feel like they’re on cloud nine all of the time. In fact, it’s totally normal to feel a loss of confidence and not feel completely right at certain periods in your life, but it’s how we respond which is key.

If a bad day turns into a bad week and a bad week then turns into a bad month, then things are potentially spiralling out of control, and before you know it, your confidence will be rock bottom and your sense of self will be incredibly low. Many successful people credit their success to their achievements, which is why you need to build up some accomplishments and complete some worthwhile pursuits for you to feel confident again. It sounds simple, but when you’re stuck in a rut and have a clouded mind, it can feel like the toughest of situations. It needn’t be, though.

To help you boost your confidence and start enjoying life again, here are some of the most effective ways of doing so.


Do things

According to many experts, confidence is built on accomplishment. Makes sense, right? The more you achieve, the better you’ll feel. With this in mind, be sure to set yourself goals and smash them. They might be, for example, around diet and exercise. Once you achieve a weekly goal, set a monthly goal, then from there, you might feel brave enough to target a yearly goal. Don’t set your targets unrealistically high, but at the same time, don’t make them too low either. You want to feel a sense of accomplishment when you smash them, after all. Keep track of your progress also, and be sure to celebrate any wins along the way.


Do the right things

Your actions and decisions will define your character, so be sure to ask yourself what you aspire to be and how you want to get there. We aren’t disputing that playing deal or no deal casino in the United Kingdom is fun or watching another episode of Breaking Bad isn’t worth it. Still, if you’re keen to secure a job or smash any fitness goals, then you need to limit this type of entertainment. Step out of your comfort zone, do things with your physical and mental health in mind, and make all the sacrifices needed to get back on the right track again.

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Start being fearless

When people are feeling low on confidence, it is totally normal to be scared at the thought of failing. Failing is essentially our worst enemy, which is why it is vitally important to celebrate any small wins you get and use them as fuel to better yourself. Setting yourself wild targets and unrealistic aspirations are only going to leave you feeling overwhelmed and potentially lost, so stick to a realistic plan, stay focussed, and think about how much you want to achieve your goal. Everyone has good and bad days, but it’s important we don’t lose sight of the final result. Don’t let other people influence your behaviour too. Stay on track and ignore any negativity.

Start thinking long-term

 Many people’s unhappiness and subsequent loss of confidence tend to be down to their decision making and the unwelcome ability to make short-term calls that could hinder any long-term goals. For example, if you’re trying to lose weight you can’t eat a burger no matter how appealing it is. Eat it, and you’ll probably regret it, feel low and start to question things. Big goals require big sacrifices, which is why staying disciplined and finding any will power you can muster up is so important.

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Editor Lisa Baker is passionate about the benefits of a holistic approach to healing. Lisa is a qualified Vibrational Therapist and has qualifications in Auricular Therapy, Massage, Kinesiology, Crystal Healing, Seichem and is a Reiki Master.