Thanks for reaching out and sharing your concerns. I can really understand how bad you feel when your friends bully you.
Self-confidence is an integral part of our success but it is not the sole reason for being successful. It comes easier for some than for others. Don’t be upset about having low confidence. It can be improved but the fact is that there’s no quick-fix or five-minute solution to improve it. Be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. Embrace your strengths, and build upon them. After all, your strengths will help you achieve your dream.
Accept your weakness. Don’t be afraid to ask people for help – they can add value where you are weaker. Accept criticism positively. No one in the world knows everything. Everyone is good at something and not so good at others. Don’t feel nervous or upset if someone criticizes your work. Your confidence will improve with practice. Closely watch all your habits and body language and if you feel that some improvement is required, start practising from today. Some of the examples which can help you increase your confidence are walking confidently, speaking confidently, etc.
Replace your thoughts with more confident ones. Regenerate your negative thoughts with positive thoughts like “I know I’ll end up looking like a fool if I share my views with them” with “Let me put my ideas in front of others, I hope everyone will get help from these ideas.” Hope this helps, if you have any other queries do connect online for a chat from 11 am-8 pm or drop us an offline message.
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