Life Goals Depend On Confidence. Understated Quiet Confidence Gives You Humble Power. NO BS!
HOW TO BUILD CONFIDENCE
We are talking Mindset when we speak of confidence. Believe it or not Mindset is essential to achieving confidence, our goals and dreams. Regardless of whether we are speaking of relationships, health, wealth, losing weight or whatever goal we are targeting to achieve.
POTENT ESSENTIAL VISUALISATION
The best way I know of to acquire a permanent quiet confident state is visualisation. I am fortunate to be a natural at visualisation. All I do is repetitively picture/imagine in my mind how I want to feel and you can do this so easily.
We build confidence by achieving and overcoming our fears. Let’s say you fancy someone, they are popular and you feel you haven’t got a chance. Here’s a story of mine.
When I was 18 (remember those crazy teenage years), I fancied a guy called Peter. Trouble was Lorraine fancied him too! I knew I had to find a way to compete. My family (and Peter and Lorraine) lived in a small country town, and my Dad was a farmer.
It was my Dad’s way to watch TV programs that interested him and bad luck for the rest of us. I was always bored with his choices and created a habit to go up to the big machinery shed, sit on the back of the old green truck and day dream (well it was nighttime actually.
This night I sat there with the stars in full view and rehearsed/visualised Peter asking me out and my saying “Yes!” and us having a marvelous evening together. The picture in my mind was vivid, I had a huge grin on my face, my heart was racing a bit, we were holding hands and finally the “Kiss Goodnight”. I was in heaven, feeling elated and on cloud 9! You know how you feel when you are a teenager!!! I don’t recall how many times I did this but feel it was more than once, and in my heart I KNEW IN ADVANCE Peter would ask me out. I was totally confident! It was a CERTAINTY! AND of course, Peter asked me out many times. I had won the “guy”.
What I had enacted and rehearsed, on the back of the truck, was a visualisation of a focused deep desire and I brought it Into reality. My brain contributed by way of my behaviour. At the time, I knew the right things to say, the right questions to ask and I remember us laughing and having fun. I had no fear! Do you agree now how potent visualisation is. As we achieve the results we want our confidence grows and grows. The more we achieve, we have the confidence to take on bigger challenges and begin realising our dreams/goals over and over.
Eventually, we will have developed “humble power quiet confidence”. It is a quality that we don’t need to make a big fuss about, brag about. It is understated and quiet. You know those people who quietly go about their business, achieve success in everything they do, they are willing to help/serve others and they live in a state of happiness. Another quality of these people is they have a deep desire to help/serve others.
When we visualise having a quiet confidence we connect a picture of ourselves being quietly confident to our brain. The brain cannot differentiate between what is visualised/imagined and what is real fact. By continually rehearsing the state of quiet confidence in our minds, the brain picks up that this is important. Believe it or not once the brain accepts this picture we are rehearsing is important it will start noticing many external things that will help us achieve what we want.
Have you felt like things are falling in your lap, you were in the right place at the right time and “things” breaking your way. This is the brain pursuing what you think about that is important.
OH I FORGOT
I learned humble power quiet understated confidence from Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi. For those that don’t know, they are both multi millionaires and I have never seen them in videos sporting flash cars in the background. They both wear T shirts when on stage, not flashy suits with red ties as the braggarts do. They are so relateable.
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Thanks for reading, I hope I was able to help. Would love you to join the conversation and share your visualisation experiences. I can learn from you too. Also share with your friends and help them too.
Lovely chatting with you,