5 Quotes to Help Boost Your Self-Confidence

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5 Quotes to Help Boost Your Self-Confidence

By Kayla Matthews   /     Sep 20, 2017  /     Motivational Quotes  /     , , , , ,

Boost Self Confidence

Having a positive attitude has a big impact on your life.

Being self-confident means you accept who you are and are happy with your flaws and your greatness. If you are self-confident, you know what your weaknesses are — but you don’t let them dictate how you live your life or decide what makes you happy.

Developing self-confidence can take time, and once you get there, you’ll need to find ways to maintain it. Being confident in yourself can lead to great things, including having the courage to go after your dreams and having a positive impact on those around you.

The ability to boost your confidence comes from within. You alone are in charge of how you feel about yourself. Below are some quotes to help boost your self-confidence.

Silence Your Inner Critic

“Tell the negative committee that meets inside your head to sit down and shut up.” -Ann Bradford

We are our worst critics. We can be harder on ourselves than anyone else. But when it comes to boosting your self-confidence and making yourself feel like you can take on the world—or any other task—you need to tell the negative voices in your head to be quiet.

Visualize Yourself as the Person You Want to Be

“We are not perfect human beings, nor do we have to pretend to be, but it is necessary for us to be the best version of ourselves we can be.” -Unknown

No one ever said you had to be perfect. You’re allowed to make mistakes and to be human. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t be the best person you can be. To achieve this goal, you’ll need to get over your fear of failure and take some risks. You’ll also need to stop criticizing and judging yourself and others. After all, the only people we can really change are ourselves.

Do Something That Scares You

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” -Mark Twain

Getting out of your comfort zone and doing something that scares you will allow you to discover what you’re capable of and to reach for your dreams. In the end, you might regret not taking chances when you had the chance. Besides, accomplishing something you’re afraid to do shows you how strong you are and increases your self-confidence.

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Help Others

“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.” -Ronald Reagan

You don’t have to save the world or go out of your way to help everyone you come across. That’s impossible. But there are people out there who you can help. When you have low self-esteem, you are focused inward and looking at all the things you deserve in life. By helping others, you get to see that you can make a difference and that you are valued.

Take Care of Yourself

“It’s not selfish to love yourself, take care of yourself, and to make your happiness a priority. It’s necessary.” -Mandy Hale

If you can’t take care of yourself and be happy in your own life, how do you expect to help others or make them happy? There’s nothing wrong with taking the time to make sure you are healthy and happy. In fact, you need to. Taking care of yourself gives you the opportunity to increase your self-confidence and become the best you that you can be. It gives you experience when it comes time to take care of others.

Being happy and having high self-confidence doesn’t make you vain. They are important parts of leading a healthy life, and you deserve the very best.

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About Kayla Matthews

Kayla Matthews writes Productivity Theory and is constantly seeking to provide new tips and hacks to keep you motivated and inspired! You can also find her on Huffington Post and Tiny Buddha, and follow her on Google+ and Twitter to stay up to date on her latest productivity posts!

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