The new year gives everyone a sense of renewal, of second chances and an opportunity to make the most of the year that is coming;new year resolutions in short. It is essential to start afresh in the new-year, to leave the past behind, and make yourself into the individual you always aspired to be. It is a time when almost everyone promises themselves of doing better the next time around, of telling themselves that things will be different in the new-year. There are those who think that new year resolutions are silliness, but then again how different are they from your usual life goals? The catch lies in the time of the year, there is a sense of starting anew with a new year, and this helps in giving you a nice little push to achieve your goals.
With the new-year barely a few days away, it seems everyone is keen on making his/her own particular new-year resolutions. However, much like most years, these resolutions will die a slow natural death before the year is past and yet another new year is about to be rung in. It almost makes it essential to have an additional resolution to keep those resolutions that are made. There are some new year resolutions that are simply too hard to keep, some too ambitious to be achieved, but most are eminently achievable and should be in the ideal case scenario. Constructing that ideal case scenario is,however, dependent upon you.
Self confidence is not a birth gift; it is achieved through practice and exposure. Self confidence is crucial to grow a successful business and keeping your human side of emotions aside isn’t easy.
It all starts with self-doubt and with the question, “Will I be able to do this? I don’t have the required skills to do it”. You know you lack success in some area, knowing that impacts your self-confidence which in turn affects success. Every one of us have our own insecurities and uncertainties that act as obstacles in our path. Although allowing the negative thoughts affect your productivity isn’t wise.