Positive Affirmations to Be More Confident

Positive affirmations can really help you in your quest for personal development. There are many ways in which they can help whether that be weight loss, law of attraction, making money, playing better golf and in this case in becoming more confident.

Affirmations need to be used on a regular basis over a period of time so that the mine gets instilled with the information that you feed it and comes to believe it. Affirmations can be done either verbally to the conscious mind or subliminally to the subconscious mind. As the subconscious mind can soak up around 10 times as much as the conscious mind this could be a great way to soak up even more information. In addition to that if you listen to the affirmations subliminally your conscious mind cannot sabotage your thoughts.

The affirmations should be said in the present tense as if you have already achieved that level of confidence that you are seeking.

Some affirmations that you can use to help you become more confident are:

* I am naturally confident
* I am confident in all situations
* I feel more and more confident in every way
* Every day I get more confident
* I am confident in any social situations
* I am an outgoing and confident person
* Confidence comes naturally to me
* I am confident in every situation I find myself in

Repeat these affirmations regularly, either consciously out loud, or subconsciously with subliminal messaging, and although you should not expect results immediately, you can build up your confidence by using these affirmations over a period of time.

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