Changes don't happen in comfort zones. When we get close to that feeling of falling back we have to remember that we've been there already. We have to find a new comfort zone. Some things we've done and suggest to our clients.
Confidence is key in having a life well lived I believe. In order for us to be able to act upon the desires that we have, we must first possess confidence enough to allow ourselves to have such desires.
When we come to know how this voice is harmfully shaping our present perceptions, emotions and actions, we can learn to regard it as more of an external enemy than our true point of view. There are several steps to this process:
USA Network's Suits can teach you about social and business confidence -- especially through the character of Harvey Specter. Here are six life lessons you can glean from Harvey to bolster your social status, though these qualities will do little for your soul.
"A Story Worth Living" is a film that anyone can identify with. I found comfort in knowing that the story I have has meaning, we're never truly alone in our life's course, and that there is always redemption if we are willing to find it.
Changing a strong habit is never going to be an easy task but self-awareness is always the first step. No matter what stage you are at, allow yourself to be confident and value the words you have to say.
Confidence is an evolving maturity. Sometimes you may get to the quiet strength type of confidence because you've also reached the "I quit" point in your life. Sometimes when you have nothing to lose, you are better able to determine an enhanced life for yourself.
Life becomes so much more fun and interesting when your 90-year-old self is in charge. She sees fear for what it is -- a normal part of your life experience but not the part that should be in control all the time.
I can't remember the last time I wore shorts in public. Rolled up jeans -- yes. Dresses with panty hose - yes. (I know. I'm old school in court.) Yoga capri pants -- yes. But no shorts. I was probably 14 years old the last time I wore real shorts out in public. And that is absolutely ridiculous.
We are naturally drawn to those who display self confidence. We admire people who seem to have it all together, who have a strong sense of self worth, and who respect themselves. However, this desirable quality is not a given.