Some folks are just awesome on social media (as well as in real life) and get attention whenever they come active...while some are just invincible despite increase in social media activity.
3 Tips To Beef Up Confidence Online And Offline
Confidence is a habit...build it!
This is just a case of lack of confidence showing up in your Social Media presence – your personality and confidence (or lack thereof) can be read and felt by your audience.
Do you know that you are cheating others out of the value you bring to the world by hiding behind a lack of confidence?
Here are some tips to help you gain more confidence:
1. Think about how you’re making other people feel.
Have you ever been in the audience of a performance where the speaker or singer was painfully self-conscious and nervous? Without realizing it, you probably started feeling uncomfortable and embarrassed, too.
Humans are affected by the energy of other humans, no doubt about it. That’s motivation to build and improve your confidence so you don’t affect your audience negatively.
2. Knowledge and skill give you confidence.
If your confidence is being undermined because you’re not sure how to do something, you can fix that. Find training for the skill you lack. The internet has opened up a whole world of opportunities—both free and paid–to increase your skill and knowledge. Google and YouTube are your friends.
Just remember that knowledge without practical application is useless.
3. You must realise that confidence is a habit.
Confidence is a habit of thinking and responding. Therefore, allowing fear to affect your confidence is like poking holes in a bucket and then wondering why it won’t hold water. Get positive input – be conscious of what you read, watch and listening to because what we allow inside will either lift us up or bring us down and personal development is the cornerstone of success.
You owe it to the people you love and the people who need what you have to share to stop being self-conscious. Confident people are attractive and winsome, no matter how they look – because they’re looking outside of themselves and people are drawn to them.
Go out, get busy and enjoy your new found confidence!
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