Table of contents:
- Hero Confidence Rules
- Confidence Rule # 1. Put on your "bulletproof vest"
- Confidence Rule # 3. Exercise
- Confidence Rule # 5. Improve and Move Forward
- Confidence Rule # 6. Don't Be Afraid to Make Mistakes
- Confidence Rule # 8. Be Cool
2023 Author: Katelyn Chandter | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 13:08
Being confident in your abilities is already 50% of success. A few easy tricks to be sure like Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone rolled into one.
Lack of self-confidence. What to do? We all grew up on cartoons about fairy-tale characters, films about supermen and tough guys. They are able to cope with a variety of problems including monsters, alien invaders and terrorists. The heroes, saving the planet, always look so confident that they want to borrow a drop of their brutal equanimity. Does everything look a little different in life than in the movies? But you, too, are unlikely to have to repel an alien invasion today or fight villains in a knife fight. How to look confident every day, every hour, every moment in your daily life?
Hero Confidence Rules
Confidence Rule # 1. Put on your "bulletproof vest"
Your Hero: Remember Jason Statham In movie. He always has a flawless appearance. In real life, Jason Statham is a little different from the movies. In life, he looks even more flawless.
Life brings various surprises and often they are not very pleasant. Physical or mental deficiencies should not make you an outcast or a failure. Work on yourself and be sure that any drawback can be covered with advantages.
Sylvester Stallone in the movie The Expendables
Confidence Rule # 3. Exercise
Your Hero: Wushu Master Jet Li able to pull any opponent you know what, you know where and not only in the movies.
Regular morning exercises will give you elementary self-confidence. If you do martial arts, go to the gym or go in for swimming, then you understand that you are at least stronger than half of the men around you. Sport will give confidence and a sense of physical superiority over a potential adversary. Sport will give you the love of women.
The reasons for shyness lie in the fact that a person thinks that he is worse than others. Stop thinking about your shortcomings and even more so to look for them. You are not worse, but better than others. And who to be ashamed of that? You will always be criticized, especially if you are better than those around you. The more success, the more criticism from losers or envious people.
Bruce Willis in Die Hard 5: A Good Day to Die
Confidence Rule # 5. Improve and Move Forward
Your hero: Arnold Schwarzenegger more than an idol of athletes and film lovers. He is used to not stopping and achieving success in any field.
Learning a foreign language, dancing, swimming, martial arts puts you up a notch. The more you can, the more confident in your future you become. Take aim at the unattainable and you will get the most out of life.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie Return of the Hero
Confidence Rule # 6. Don't Be Afraid to Make Mistakes
Your hero: Mickey Rourke had a long and difficult life: spinning in the underworld, dealing in drugs, drinking and ruining his acting career. Mickey wasn't perfect, but he was real and he wasn't afraid to make mistakes.
A person is not able to be always physically or mentally prepared. Recognize your right to get away from conflict or difficult situations. This will give you confidence in your abilities. Then you can return to the conflict again, but with renewed vigor.
Jackie Chan in the movie "Armor of God 3. Mission Zodiac"
Confidence Rule # 8. Be Cool
Your Hero: Martial Arts Master and Actor Chuck Norris cool beyond movies and the internet. The eighth dan out of 9 is in taekwondo, the tenth dan is in tansudo. Chuck Norris was a seven-time world karate champion.
Everyone sets their own price. They communicate with you the way you allow it. Be who you want to be.
Chuck Norris in the movie The Expendables
All these heroes use another dangerous but simple weapon - a smile. A smile gives confidence to everyone.