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HOW TO BUILD EXTERNAL VALIDATION PROOF IDENTITY

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What is Self Confidence?
So, what is self confidence? Definition of self confidence: It is the level of belief that you have in your ability to do something...

Obviously, a high level of belief in your ability at an activity equates to an abundance of self confidence. So that is, essentially, your target. Make sure that you don't get self confidence mixed up with self esteem. The two are completely different... Self esteem is your opinion of yourself on a deep level, whereas self confidence is the belief in your abilities. When you have a good level of self confidence, you are able to visualise yourself doing something to a good standard, before you actually do it. Your mind finds no reason to suggest any other possible outcome. Because the mind finds no reason to suggest that you can't do something, this makes your confidence level partly the result of having no insecurity issues. So, the answer to the question "What is self confidence?" is that it isn't only a strong belief that you can do something, it is also a lack of strong beliefs that you can't do something. Most people's problems with self confidence are because they have plenty of beliefs on why they can't do something, yet virtually no beliefs why they can do it. In a sense, self confidence is a positive sense of peace in your mind about your abilities. Work towards improving your beliefs about things you reckon you 'can't' do. With that, you'll see some dramatic positive changes in your self confidence, which is a vital aspect of self improvement.

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How To Build Self Confidence
You can successfully learn how to build self confidence using the following four powerful techniques: 1. Tell yourself positive thoughts about your abilities (even if you don't believe them!) 2. Picture yourself succeeding at things 3. Want this confidence badly enough 4. Fake high confidence. Pretend you've already got the self-belief that you want! * It’s a common strategy for every successful person, whether its Albert Einstein, Voltaire, Leonardo Da Vinci or even Haren Buffey. Whenever they have a Vision they visualize it with the finest details with precise timeline to achieve them, ie; A desire to have chocolates can be very minutely defines as which Brand, Texture & what kind of pleasurable feeling that it should evoke to have a complete satisfaction from the deep down inside.

Why do these steps show you how to build self confidence? 1. Telling yourself positive things
Telling yourself positive thoughts about what you are capable of (confidence affirmations) can give you the push you need, to go out and try the very things you lack self confidence in.

How to build self confidence: Say to your mind things like "Come on, I can do this" or "I'm going to win at this!" Encouraging yourself in this way builds up your enthusiasm - so that you at least feel like giving things a go.

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Confidence Affirmations: A 'How To' Guide
Confidence affirmations are positive phrases that you can say to yourself; about yourself. They have the intent of building up your level of confidence. This article will show you how to structure these lines for maximum effect. The point of reading out confidence affirmations to yourself is to increase your self belief through the sheer number of times you read them out...this is an effective self improvement technique.

Why use affirmations on confidence?
If you say a line to yourself enough times, eventually you will actually believe it. To begin with, you feel stupid telling yourself things that you think you know aren't true. But day after day, week after week, the things you tell your mind begin to embed themselves.

Because affirmations for confidence are a long-term approach (weeks to months) they require determination and persistence if you are going to get anything good out of them. If you can pass the 'test' of having to be persistent, then in the eyes of the universe, you earn the right to have more confidence! The growth of this plant works in a very similar persistent way. Without constant effort day-in, day-out, it could not thrive.

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Rules to follow with affirmations
Your affirmations for confidence should always be about what you ARE. They should never be about what you are NOT. For example, the confidence affirmation: "I have lots of style" is a great confidence affirmation because it builds your perception of what you are. Whereas... "I am not ugly" is a bad example because it is focused on the negative - it is focused on what you are not. These should always, always (did I mention always?) be entirely focused on the positive. Negativity is something that we are intending on getting rid of from your life, so throw the word 'not' out of your vocabulary (for now, at least!)

How to create great confidence affirmations
Make a list of words that describe yourself as you imagine you would be, if you were your ultimate best self. Then put those words into 'I am' phrases. Let's say you've come up with the following words that would describe you if you were the truly becoming everything that this site will help you become. (See what I did there? ) Your example words are:      Intelligent Attractive Charming Inspiring Respectable

Simply put the words 'I am' in front of each of these, and voila, you have some simple, yet affective affirmations for confidence that are ready to be...well, read! Make yourself about 10 of these, and you are good to go!  I am intelligent  I am attractive  I am charming...

* Sample affirmations can be like

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1) Being with me is the best choice anyone can have – It means your are Confident, Attractive and direct in your approach. You don’t care what others think about you. More exaggerated level can be- You only judge whether people have good taste or not.  - I know might seem arrogant but You have to fake it, Till you make it. 2) There are no criticisms only feedbacks - Critics’ first response against something is just mere an opportunity to reframe my approach to make it more in line with the targets & goals. 3) I only want to invest my precious time and energy in designing new things- It like you design your positive goals and every hurdle or criticism is an opportunity to fine tune your approach to make it more in line with the requirements to achieve your goals. And you proactively don’t waste your energy being with someone who just crib, cry’s about how merciful is time has been. It’s a very contagious negative vibe. 4) You don’t get WHAT You Want, or What You Desire, You Get the Kind of Energy You Project & Capable of Connecting With

2. Picturing success
When you imagine your own successes, you get a small taster of what it would feel like to be that successful...

Your mind builds a sense of familiarity with success when you picture it happening to you. In your opinion, is it easier to get yourself to do things when you're more familiar with them? I would think your answer is "yes".

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How to build self confidence: Before you attempt anything, imagine the best way this event could turn out. Picture the way you'll feel when you succeed. What will you be doing? Try to diminish your doubts, yet keep imagining the best way things could happen. The more familiar your mind gets with such positive scenarios, the more likely you are to go out and have a go at the things you lack confidence in.

3. Showing your desire
You've got to want this positive change in yourself strongly enough. This is the most important aspect of learning how to build self confidence. Attempting activities, and being successful in them is the overall system for building self confidence. The practicality of actually doing this is scary. When we attempt things that we aren't sure we can do, we feel fear. My point: If you don't want this confidence badly enough, your fear will get the better of you.

To achieve fantastic, lasting change in our lives, we must prove to the universe that we deserve it. Fear is usually what we must overcome to prove ourselves worthy of this change. If you can overcome fear, that makes you courageous. It makes you brave. Courage and bravery are quite literally the keys to success in learning how to gain confidence. Before attempting something that you lack confidence in, you might worry that you'll fail; that you won't be good enough. If this worry/ fear is able to stop you from attempting what you currently lack confidence in, then you aren't ready for more confidence yet. This rule applies to all areas of self improvement. To have more confidence, you have to want it enough that you are willing to break the fear barrier. For example, you have to be willing to push through the fear of speaking in front of those people. You have to be willing to break your fear of performing badly at that sport. You've got to be prepared to bust open your fear of people laughing at you.

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How to build self confidence: Become willing to prove to the world (by jumping life's hurdles) that you want this positive change enough. Do things, even if you're scared of doing them.

4. Faking high confidence
Learning how to have confidence can be a self fulfilling prophecy. When you pretend that you've got self confidence, by 'acting' confidently, you actually start to feel more confident!

How to build self confidence: Get yourself to do the things that you lack confidence in. Act as if you've already got high confidence. When pretending to be confident, you'll notice the following positive changes in your life:  People show you more respect. You feel like a better, more important person.  You attract confident people into your life. This makes life more fun.  You know that the way you're behaving is creating positive impressions to others. You can sense that people enjoy your company more than they did before.  You are a better friend, partner or family member because your sense of confidence rubs off on these people. Not only is looking confident great for you, it also enriches the lives of others.  People will believe in you if you appear to already believe in yourself. You'll find that others will offer you the types of exciting opportunities in life that only people with high confidence get offered.

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