Coupled with self-awareness & good health, it’s important that you have the self-confidence to pursue what you want in life.
It can be easy to say that you’re a chaotic mess right now & feel down about yourself, but self-confidence is where you believe in yourself, where you trust that you can achieve something, such as an organised lifestyle even if there are struggles along the way.
Now, if you’re an introvert like me that’s fine because self-confidence isn’t (only) about walking into a room of strangers & talking to them all – it’s about inner confidence & a determination that will see you accomplish so much.
Self-confidence & the organised lifestyle.
When I first started getting organised I wasn’t always sure I could do it because I had so much decluttering to do, which always created a tonne of mess before everything was put back in its place. But I was determined! I knew there was a time when I was organised & knew that starting & being consistent was the only way to get back to that time.
And hopefully you’ll feel this way too, as you begin taking better care of yourself & start applying the practices needed to create an organised lifestyle.
The main reason I include self-confidence in self-care is that it helps you look after your physical, emotional, & spiritual side. It helps you put your self-awareness into practice so you can keep moving forward.
When you don’t have self-confidence it’s very difficult to achieve your to-do lists or goals because you’re already in a defeated state of mind.
Yes, not all things will happen because of confidence, you will sometimes fall & have to pick yourself back up but you’re pursuing, your determined & consistent.
The way to display confidence requires a lot of inner work. A lot of heart & soul searching … but don’t worry I’m not going to go all “psychologist” on you because I like to keep things simple & doable.
Putting aside whether you’re an introvert, ambivert or extrovert, seen as much downs as ups, easily embarrassed or not …
- Are you self-confident?
- Do you believe in yourself?
- Are you determined to value self-care?
- Do you trust that you can live more organised?
If you’re saying “yes” to all of the above then you’re surely in a good place & can firmly say you have self-confidence.
You’re capable of taking control of your life (as much as possible) & putting your self-awareness into practice.
If you’re not yet self-confident, it’s important that you also acknowledge that because no self-growth can happen if you don’t admit what your reality is.
If generally, you feel that you’re not, here are a few ideas on how to display more confidence:
- Stay consistent – kind of like “practice makes perfect”, the more you do something, the more confident you get at it
- Stay focused – don’t let anything deter you from what you want to do or achieve, especially negative people
- Look after yourself – always work on your self-care so you can be your best healthy self
- Give yourself a motto – mine is simply “trust yourself” because my confidence has sometimes struggled around how well I thought I could do something
- Value the path as much as the destination – don’t let hiccups or hurdles impact your confidence, rather know that they will happen but you can overcome & keep moving forward
Wishing you the best,