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The Snowball Effect Confidence Building Challenge!
This is a 31-day challenge. The challenge is to do something each day to build confidence, to improve confidence in the particular area you are struggling with until you feel competent and confidence in it. Then, go on to the next one and the next, etc. You may find yourself gaining momentum and flying past the 31-day mark to tackle other areas/issues you may not feel super challenged by but still find yourself holding back. Go for it! Or, stick to the 31 days. It is your choice. Do what you can, step by step, to get out of your comfort zone and improve your confidence. And, celebrate every...single....step.... forward toward true confidence.
Are you ready? I know you are. Best of luck! And, if you have any questions or feel as if you need to check in with me, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I check my messages often and will get back to you as soon as I can--usually the same day, certainly within 24 hours.
Okay, get set. Annnnddd, Go!
First, make a list of and give yourself credit for each of your strengths and accomplishments. How can you use your strengths to boost your confidence in the areas in which you're struggling? What tips can you use from the journey toward past accomplishments that may help you conquer your current struggles with confidence?
Then, notice and give yourself credit for the little things you take responsibility for, daily tasks completed, each person contacted, each instance where you took responsibility whether it is helping a neighbor, giving someone directions, completing an assignment, making a phone call you needed to make that maybe you felt nervous about/dreaded, helping someone do something that is simple for you but difficult for them, taking the initiative to replace a burned out light bulb or doing something else that is small that you normally don't do. Notice it, celebrate it. You are growing your confidence bit by bit.
Next, take the smallest confidence challenge of your life and take baby steps to improve your confidence in that area. For, example, it may be talking on the phone, or in person, asking for directions, trying a new recipe, or talking to someone new at the office.
Once you have conquered the smallest hurdle it will help you to build confidence to tackle your next smallest confidence challenge issue.
With competence comes confidence.
Practice, take baby steps, and tackle and conquer increasingly difficult confidence challenges in order to develop true confidence.
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