- Confident people tend to inspire others and make things happen
- Confident people tend to make more money and move up career ladder more quickly
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Confident people are more likely to create, innovate, speak their minds and propel themselves onto bigger and better things because they exert influence on the inside, on themselves. As a result of this, confident people seem to achieve a comparable impact on others to do the same.
So what is it about confident people? According to a study done with confident people executed by the University of Melbourne, confident people tend to have unique habits that remain consistent, constant habits. These unique habits propel them in their focused pursuits.
Try some of these habits on for size and see whether or not they help you in your focused pursuits…
- Speak with certainty
- Deliver your ideas with conviction.
- It’s very difficult to get people to listen to your ideas unless those ideas are clear and concise.
- Seek out small victories.
- Small victories build new androgen receptors in our brain areas that are responsible for reward and motivation.
- Reward and motivation increase testosterone levels which in turn increase confidence and willing eagerness to take on future challenges.
- Confident people exercise regularly.
- According to a study at Eastern Ontario Research Institute, endorphins stimulated by exercise fuel productivity.
- Those who exercise feel more competent socially, academically and athletically.
- Those who exercise tend to have higher levels of their own body image and self esteem.
- Confident people do not seek attention.
- Being self-aware is more effective than proving one’s importance.
- Confident people are masters of attention diffusion and do not crave approval and/or praise for themselves because they draw their self worth from inside themselves.
- Confident people do not pass judgment on others.
- Confident people know that everyone has something to offer.
- Confident people do not waste time, effort and energy on sizing up others because they know that comparing themselves to others is self-limiting.
- Confident people generate their happiness from within.
- Happiness is a critical component of confidence.
- To be confident in what you do, you have to be happy with who you are.
- Confident people get a sense of pleasure and satisfaction from their accomplishments, not from what other people think about their accomplishments.
- Confident people listen much more than they speak.
- Confident people feel they have nothing to prove and everything to learn from others.
- Confident people take risks.
- They do no worry about being wrong or what could/might go wrong.
- Fear does not hold back confident people.
- Confident people know that if they don’t try, they will never succeed.
- Confident people do not treat being wrong as a personal slight but rather an opportunity to learn what and how to do/be the next time.
- Confident people celebrate other people’s successes.
- Confident people are able to recognize and appreciate what wonderful things other people bring to the table.
- Being able to praise others for their contributions is a natural result of being a confident person.
Thanks to Travis Bradberry writing for The Ladders.