Self Confidence in 3 Easy Steps

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Self Confidence Life Hack

Self Confidence in 3 Easy Steps as a life hack on how to boost your self morale, confidence, courage and happiness.

The 3 fundamental steps that was easily forgotten and neglected that literally hacks out on courage and confidence building. Go on and read more to find out what they are.

Do something crazy

Hack your brain to gain confidence
Hack your brain to gain confidence

Do things that you really want to do without worrying what people might think of you. Of course, it should be something legal and worthwhile. Have fun, shout out from the bottom of your lungs. Laugh out hard. This will let your body release dopamine which is one of the happiness hormones.

This is a brain hack where the brain feels like it is being rewarded for such small task. You are programming your brain to celebrate even before completing a major complex task and gives you a better way to analyze and break down big task into smaller ones.

Dress your best

Wear your best dress/clothing. It does not need to be the latest fashion but do not pick a clothing style that is 20 years outdated. Wear clothes that are attractive and are comfortable for you. This will help boost your self esteem.

Dress up in comfort and base on your needs
Dress up in comfort and base on your needs

Do not ever dress up just to please other people. It is not your job to make everyone happy. But do not dress inappropriately either. Wearing a thong bikini in places of worship for example will surely make you the center of attraction, or more likely, distraction. Wear clothes that are suitable for the occasion and event.

Move on from your mistakes

Mistakes may not be forgotten but they are not meant to be life long burdens. Mistakes happen and we should learn from them. They become our guide on how to be better.

Restart at zero and move on
Restart at zero and move on

Clinging in the past won’t do any good.

Broken relationships? Move on and work hard to patch up past mistakes.

Lost your job? Move on and prove that you can offer more to other prospective employers.

Paul Cyril Lachica

Paul Cyril Lachica

The TechnoJunkie of the group who studied engineering but got stuck with software development. Remember kids, 90% of your problems can be solved by marketing. Solving the other 10% just requires good procrastination skills.

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