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Do you have a decisive business meeting with a prospective client? Are you clueless on how to win over the client? What will convince the client to strike a deal with you? A single yet crucial aspect answers it all – self-confidence!

A firm handshake, flavored with a confident walk and talk, is half the job done for you.

“When you have a lot of confidence and you feel like nobody can beat you, it’s game over for everyone else.” – Jason Day

But, how to gain that kind of empowering self-confidence?

Read on for 10 highly effective and proven methods to boost your confidence.

1. Enhance your skill sets

“Skill and confidence are an unconquered army.” – George Herbert

The most powerful weapon in your quiver is inevitably your skill set. Sharpen your proficiency with ample training and regular practice. Push yourself to gain a competitive edge over your peers and you simply emerge as the BEST! What more do you need to be that confident and dashing page-oner?

2. Believe in yourself

“Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do.” – Benjamin Spock

Know, accept and trust in what you are; keep your self-esteem high.  Limitless are your potentials and assure yourself on your capability to leap beyond boundaries. You become what you believe to be. Believe in the BEST, believe in YOURSELF!

3. Grooming

“Always dress like you are going to see your worst enemy.” – Kimora Lee

Your attire can talk volumes about your personality. Dress confidently!

Your outward appearance has a lot to do with your level of confidence. Never do you find a shabbily dressed and scruffy achiever. A well-focused eye on your personal hygiene (face, body, hair, teeth etc) and sense of dressing can enhance your poise exceptionally. The better you look, the better you feel; the better you feel, the better you perform!

4. Increase the number of daily social interactions

“Recognize that every interaction you have is an opportunity to make positive impact on others.” – Shep Hyken

Oft times, you might have felt a retreating inward pull while trying to converse with others.  How to overcome that fear of interacting with others? Interact more! Attend more social gatherings; talk to larger and unfamiliar crowds. Soon, you can place yourself to be a dauntless influencer.

5. List your achievements

“Nothing builds self-esteem and self-confidence like accomplishment.” – Thomas Carlyle

Is self-doubt and poor self-content hauling you down? Think of all your accomplishments till date; include every other achievement of yours, no matter how small or big it is. Doesn’t it feel great that you have achieved so much? Stand tall for all what you have earned through your efforts.

6. Be generous and help others

“We rise by lifting others.” – Robert Ingersoll

Every other time you lend a hand to someone in need, you gain a chance to feel great about yourself. Volunteering for good social causes can perk up your days, without doubt. Being helpful lets you gain others’ trust as well. Help others, help yourself too!

7. Step out of your comfort zone and do new things

“It is confidence in our bodies, minds and spirits that allows us to keep looking for new adventures.” – Oprah Winfrey

Never let your comfort zone fool you into the same routine chores forever. Attempt new things without fear and the success you get there can boost your self-esteem to great scales. Procrastinate less; get going in confidence!

8. Surround yourself with confident people. Avoid people who lack confidence.

“Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.” – Vince Lombardi

Your social environment influences your self-image immensely. Being in the company of optimistic and upbeat persons can spread positivity in your character and temperament. If your close circles include diffident people, nothing else is required to bring down your mettle!

9.  Take up more responsibilities

“Get more confidence by doing things that excite and frighten you.” – Jessica Williams

Do responsibilities freak you out? Break the fear, grab more responsibilities. You will not only progress to enjoy holding the bag, but also realize that responsibilities and confidence are closely associated. Your self-worth is heightened along with your accountability.

10. Stop worrying about being judged

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

The worst enemy that a confident person can ever have is the worry about what others would think. The judging bunch would do their job how good or bad you are at your job – But, do they alter your outcomes in any manner ever? Never! Then why worry about their assessments? Dance like the stage is all yours forever!

Confidence is not innate; it is consciously developed by different ways. We have clearly chalked out the best methods for you. Now, get going and gift your persona the aura of high self-confidence and self-esteem!