Discovering True Confidence Through Humility
Is it possible to be confident without being proud and self-centered? Yes, it is. Being secure with oneself should come out of our desire for salvation. These ten habits will help you increase your self-confidence while remaining humble.
Don’t Judge Other People
Often, judgmental people judge not only other people but also themselves. Criticizing fellow human beings makes them feel better about themselves, even if there are consequences.
You won’t know how to be confident if you constantly judge other people.
Gratitude keeps you humble while acknowledging the blessings and characteristics you possess. Every minute should be dedicated to being grateful for being the person that you are.
Don’t forget to be grateful when you awaken, leave for work, have dinner, and go to bed.
Speak With Conviction
Be empowered to speak with conviction. Not only will it make you more intelligent. But it will also allow those around you to trust and listen to you.
When you know you’re speaking only kind words, you won’t have trouble using eye contact and making your voice clear.
Know That You Have a Purpose
You have a unique set of skills, abilities, and personality traits that make you who you are.
Your life has a bigger purpose than just your own goals and wants. You were not put on this earth just to exist but to make a difference. You have been given a lot of good things, but you also have a lot of responsibilities and duties to take care of.
Depending on your situation, these responsibilities may look different, but they are all important to your life’s purpose. Accepting this purpose can give your life direction, meaning, and fulfillment.
Remember that you have the power to change the world for the better, and your purpose can help you do that.
Understand That You Don’t Always Have Answers
You don’t have to be the smartest person in the room to make yourself confident. Do not be afraid to seek for help in times of uncertainty.
Listen to Others
Confident people remain humble when they listen to other people. It’s also an essential communication and leadership skill because it means you value other people. Start being an active listener, and wait for your turn to speak.