How to Become More Confident in Life

Being confident in life gives you so much more than ever before. No matter whether you are at home, at work, or out in public, having more confidence will help you to be happier, get the most out of life, and in some cases, you can even be healthier. If you lack confidence in your life, here are some great ways to get it back.


Create A Compliment Jar

It’s hard to accept compliments, even when we might secretly agree with what is being said. Yet learning to accept these kind words can be an ideal way to boost your confidence, so ideally you want to think about them and thank the person who said it, rather than ignoring what was said or even laughing dismissively.

If you find it truly too hard to acknowledge compliments outright, you can make a compliment jar. Whenever anyone says anything complimentary about you, write it down and put it in the jar. That way, when you need a lift, you can pull a random compliment out of the jar and be reminded.

Change Your Appearance

For many, it is their appearance that causes a lack of confidence rather than their personality or intelligence. There are two options if this is the case for you; you can either accept your appearance or change it. If you go for the latter, there are many different options open to you, from plastic surgery to smaller procedures such as getting braces for your teeth, tanning, or visiting the Harley Street Hair Clinic to talk about a hair transplant.

Changing your appearance will undoubtedly boost your confidence, but only if you are genuinely happy to make the changes, and you also work on your self-esteem once the procedure is done. If you don’t, you might look different, but you will feel the same, and that isn’t the outcome anyone wants.

Look After Your Health

Without your health being good, it is hard to enjoy life properly. You can’t do all the things you want to do if you are feeling unwell or you are in pain, and that can knock your confidence (especially if you used to be able to do what you no longer can). The more you look after your health, the better you will look and feel, and the more confident you will be in general.

Looking after your health means:

·       Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet

·       Drinking enough water through the day

·       Getting enough sleep

·       Exercising regularly

·       Taking time out to destress and relax

·      Visiting your dentist and doctor for regular check-ups

Get Enough Sleep

We mentioned above how important it is to get enough sleep when you are looking after your health, but it will actually help with your confidence too. That’s because, when you are well-rested, you will have a more positive mindset, so that even if you cannot to do something, it won’t affect you as negatively, and may not have a detrimental effect on your confidence. You can essentially ‘brush it off’ and do something you are better at.

To get a good night’s sleep, you should try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. If you’re having trouble sleeping, drinking a warm, milky drink is a good idea, and chamomile tea also has a soothing effect. Lavender scents are good to sprinkle on your pillow.