Confidence is a mental attitude that's learned with experiences. Once you undergo success; you'll tend to anticipate being successful. And that notion of anticipation will cause you to have a feeling of self-confidence.
For instance: A young fellow wishes to learn how to be a boxer, so he acquires lessons, and acquires a coach.
With every contest, the coach puts his fighter up against an adversary who's a slimly better fighter then the last, but not great enough to trounce his man. By the finish of the 3rd fight, the young boxer starts to expect to win his 4th, and so his self-confidence continues to develop. This scenario goes forward to repeat itself. And as long as the fighter succeeds, his expectations of success, and his feelings of confidence will go on to grow.
Conceive of how your life would be better if you felt confident. First of all, sit back and take a couple of minutes to let yourself relax. If you understand how to do progressive relaxation, then you ought to go ahead and do that. Or, you are able to download something off the net. Or merely fantasize a relaxing experience. Do you like the beach? If you do, then make a short illusion of being at the beach. If your thing is the mountains, then make an illusion of being there. When you feel decompressed, it's time for you to start your first exercise . . .
To read more about finding your own "Courage and Confidence" subscribe to our newsletter this month and receive the entire ebook!