Our ability to learn new skills, develop our confidence and strengthen our self-esteem can sometimes be just like riding a bike. We start a bit wobbly, but when we keep at, put in the work, it gets easier and easier.
The great thing about taking action and following through is that it lets you know deep inside that you are capable, that you can commit yourself. Knowing that you can start where you left off boosts your confidence and means that you see setbacks as nothing more than bumps in the road, rather than roadblocks.
Many top athletes, CEOs, actors, musicians all have one thing in common. That is their motivation to improve. They spend hours and hours researching, practicing, and going over the basics again and again so they can do it without even thinking.
Rather than view your to do list as tasks or something you need to get done, instead view it as building experience. The experience in getting to where you want to be. The experience in becoming a better person.
When we do more of what we don’t want to do or are scared to do we develop the self-belief that we can handle more, that we are capable of more. So any other minor inconveniences are quickly handled and forgotten about.
Once you start building on your success, your skills, abilities and self-belief starts to snowball until they become automatic for you.
What can you do today to get that ball rolling?
If you would like some help with building your confidence or getting in touch with your inner strength, get in touch and we can work together to help take you towards a more positive future.