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6 Tips to Boost Your Self Confidence from a Deaf Person in a Hearing World

🌟 Embarking on a journey to enhance confidence might seem like well-trodden advice, but these tips are here to stand out and truly make a difference:

Boosting confidence might seem tough, but let me share what’s helped me. Picture this: standing in front of a mirror and saying positive things to yourself. At first, it might feel strange, but trust me, it works. Not sure what to say?

  • I am enough

  • I am strong

  • I love myself

  • I will not give up

Taking care of yourself is super important. It means getting enough sleep, moving your body, and eating good food. Doing things that make you happy, like reading a book, taking a soothing bath, or hanging out with friends, can really boost your mood.

For me, setting small goals has been a game-changer. Start with something small, like reading for 10 minutes or going for a short walk. When you achieve these goals, celebrate!

Then set some slightly harder ones. I realized that if you set a high standard for yourself, you will burn out VERY easily. Always celebrate no matter what the treat is. I always treat myself to get mango real fruit bubble tea.

It's also about being kind to yourself. Instead of being tough on yourself, focus on what you’re good at and what you've achieved. Saying positive things to yourself and imagining success can give you a big confidence boost.

Being around positive people and finding someone to talk to about your worries can make a huge difference. I remember when I felt uncertain about a lot of things because of communication barriers. But then I found a supportive community and a mentor who understood me.

Let me tell you a story. I once felt unsure about my abilities because I couldn’t always communicate easily. But when I started saying positive things to myself every day, it made a big difference. I started achieving small goals, and each success gave me more confidence.

Being around friends and family who believed in me and talking to someone who understood my challenges made me feel stronger. I wanted to add one more thing on the list here. Always cut off people who don't bring joy to your life. I know this one hurts but you have to keep cutting off people who don't bring joy in your life.

Remember, feeling confident begins within you and spreads to others. It's pretty amazing when you see how it affects everything around you.

Positive Self-Talk Notes Beside Your Mirror - Start your day or end it with a powerful ritual: speak positive affirmations in front of the mirror. Not sure where to start? Here are some affirmation words to guide you (Affirmation Words Guide). The impact of these affirmations can be transformative.

Practice Self Care - Make sure you are getting enough sleep, exercise, and proper nutrition. Engage in activities that make you happy and relaxed, such as reading a book, taking a bath mindfully, or spending time with quality friends.

Set Small Goals and Achieve Them - Setting small, achievable goals can help you build confidence over time. Start by setting a goal that is realistic and measurable, such as reading for 10 minutes a day, walking for 15 minutes a day, or learning a new skill. Once you achieve your goal, celebrate your success and set a new, slightly more challenging goal.

Positive Self Talk - Instead of being self-critical, try to be kind and supportive to yourself. Focus on your strengths and accomplishments, and remind yourself of your abilities and achievements. Use positive affirmations and visualization techniques to help you feel more confident and motivated. The way you talk to yourself can have a big impact on your confidence.

Join a Positive Community - Have you ever heard that you are made by your environment? So pick a positive environment that can build your confidence!

Go Talk to a Mentor - Talking to a person who has expertise in the problem that you need to address can help so much better. You can surf any best mentoring for you, but once you are here, take a look at Kellina Coaching Session.

When the inner self has the confidence, the other people can attract the same way from it.

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