How to Increase Your Confidence

Brooke Lark

If someone asked us to point out our insecurities, we'd come up with a lot of answers within a short period of time. What if we were asked about our strengths? Would we need to reconsider how we look at ourselves and our work? Would we need more time to think?

Expecting the very best from ourselves is healthy, but appreciating our strengths is also important. Positive acknowledgement is both pleasant and vital to our general wellbeing. If you take the time to boost your confidence, you'll feel creatively fulfilled. Here are tips on how you can achieve that.

Be Mindful Instead of getting lost in various activities all the time, take a break and absorb your surroundings. Even 5 minutes of peace will give you time to ground yourself, find something lovely to appreciate, and reflect. The more mindful you are, the easier it'll be to notice your own daily triumphs, and the better you'll feel about yourself.

Ask for Help If you feel unhappy about your portfolio, tell your friends. Let them give you honest feedback from an unbiased point of view. Genuine feedback will give you a clear idea of your artistic contribution and boost your motivation. You'll also realise that your work isn't as horrible as you think!

Create Achievable Goals Small creative projects, when completed, are fantastic confidence boosters. Come up with a list of project ideas that are achievable and exciting. Working on a small but intriguing challenge will spark your creativity and motivate you to work hard.

Be Kind