Most people today are struggling with the concern that how they are doing their lives is not really in sync with living their life’s purpose. Have you ever had the desire to do something or approach someone but you didn’t because you held yourself back?
We have all had that experience at some stage in our life. We hold ourselves back too often because deep down we don’t really believe in ourselves. And because of not believing in ourselves it leads to doubt, fear, anger, anxiety, frustration and this ultimately culminates into having low self-esteem and lack of confidence in ourselves.
Even if we had success in the past, that doesn’t mean were are going to have confidence when we head in a new or bigger goals. Confidence is the belief in yourself, enough that it leads you to take action. Once you have the confidence you will be able to achieve what you have chosen to choose to have in your life.You must have positive thoughts as thoughts are powerful to create your reality. You have to change your mind set and clear mind of your negative limiting beliefs and thoughts so that you can move onto a freer and lead a happier life of your choice free from stress.
One of the reasons why we lack confidence is because of our negative thoughts and limiting beliefs. Negative thoughts creates negative energy and this blocks becomes a blockage to the positive energy. Therefore always bring in positive thoughts and energy.
If you don’t deal with limiting beliefs that hold you back, you will always struggle to move forward.
Here are 4 steps you can take to build confidence to follow your dreams.
Step 1: Take a Step Forward
Commit yourself to your brand new path of living on purpose with confidence today and step forward as you create a plan on how to you further develop yourself to become better tomorrow.
Step 2: Go for Clarity
Living the life you desire requires you to be clear about your own personality. You need to know what values you uphold and identify your passions, strengths and weaknesses, all of which should be aligned as you claim your life’s purpose together with the intention of serving greater good and meeting humanity’s needs.
Step 3: Being Aware
First, you have to be aware that “what is” is not necessarily the genuine expression of your creative, powerful and true self. You have to begin acknowledging the difference of being mindful of how you live in today, the present moment, and how you constantly project your personal desires in the future which have chances of not turning out real.
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