How to Be Confident

As a kid, I never had much confidence. Growing up poor in a rich neighborhood, my family didn’t have nice things like the other kids did.

Plus, I had a face full of acne, wore Coke-bottle glasses, and I didn’t have shoulder-length hair – I had shoulder-WIDTH hair.

Even though I skipped 8th grade, graduated second in my class, and got full scholarships to college, I still grew up with a feeling of being “less than” everyone else.

That’s why, when I started in my college dorm room in 1997 with $800 and a book on how to do html, I knew that I’d have to somehow find the confidence to keep going… even though I had no idea how to be confident.

So the question is, how to be confident?

What It Means to Be Confident

Being confident means 3 things:

  1. Believing in your own abilities.
  2. Knowing you can handle whatever life throws at you.
  3. Realizing that You Are Enough.

For example, when I started, I had no idea how to run a successful business, let alone a successful online business.

But I knew I wanted to start an email newsletter to get my ideas out to the world. As I thought about what to call it, the name that came to me was “You Are Enough” – because that was the message I really wanted to tell people.

That’s why the name of my first newsletter from way back in 1997 was “You Are Enough” – to remind people of Who They Really Are.

Why It’s So Important to Be Confident

It’s important to know how to be confident because when you’re not confident, you’re coming from a place of “not enough”.

After coaching thousands of people and writing 10 books on the subjects of personal and business growth, I’ve realized that the default human belief is “I’m not enough.”

Imagine knowing that you ARE enough…

Feeling confident, no matter what the situation…

Knowing that you can handle whatever life throws at you.

These are some of the good things that happen when you have true, authentic confidence.

How to Be Confident – 5 Steps

Use my “L.I.K.E.S. Method” to be more confident…

  1. Look people in the eye. Put your phone away when you’re talking to someone.
  2. Improve your posture. Your posture has a definite effect on your confidence of lack of it.
  3. Know your strengths. Don’t be ashamed of what you’re really good at.
  4. Expand your sphere of influence. The more you reach out to people, the more confident you’ll become.
  5. Stop trying to please everyone. What others think of you is none of your business.

The point of being confident is not some puffed-up act where you try to be something you’re not.

On the contrary, true confidence comes from accepting who you are, and stopping trying to please everyone by pretending to be something you’re not.

Picture This

Just imagine…

✔        Not holding yourself back from being yourself…

✔        Having more time freedom to do the things you want to do…

✔        Getting your foot off the brake in your life, love and career…

✔        Not working yourself to the bone, sacrificing family and friends…

✔        Not stopping yourself  from reaching your personal and financial goals

✔        Not beating yourself up any more

✔        Feeling the inner peace and self-confidence that highly successful people do

✔        Having more impact, influence, and income

✔        Living the life you dream of

Now you may find that you want to be more confident.

That’s why I’ve created a free video training series called

The Power Habits® of Unconsciously Successful People

where I walk you through my proven, 5-step blueprint to get rid of your head trash and have more time freedom, personal freedom, and financial freedom.

This is the exact system that has helped me and my clients make tens of millions of dollars in sales in just the last few years.

Sign up here (it’s free)…

Noah’s Note: When you remember that You Are Enough, you will be more confident – and the world responds to confident people.

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I believe in you!


Noah St. John, Creator of Afformations®

Founder of Power Habits® Academy

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2017-07-18T09:51:51+00:00 By |1 Comment

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  1. brook October 2, 2017 at 3:51 pm - Reply

    “Stop trying to please everyone” great point.

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