Everyone wants to be confident. Self confidence helps us gain our footing in the external world, allows us to get the things we want in our careers, in our relationships, in our social life. In short, self confidence helps us in our interactions with other people, even though it pertains to the way we feel about ourselves.
If you want to create the spark of self confidence, ask yourself this question:
Do I Like Myself?
When the answer to this question is “yes,” self confidence comes easy. When you like yourself, you like the particular way that you interact with the world around you. Your perspective of the world is unique to you, and because of this, all of your interactions in the world are unique to you.
So when you like yourself, you like the unique way you act out in the world with other people. And there’s your confidence.
If the answer to the above question is “I don’t know,” “Maybe,” or even “No,” you know what you need to do. Go make friends with yourself.