6 Self-Confidence Benefits You May Not Know About


Self-confidence is a trait that many people but want for themselves. We all have that one person we wish we could be more like. The reason usually has to do with confidence. The good news is that it is something ANYONE can achieve, if they work for it. In case you needed additional reasons to boost your own self-confidence, here are some perks that come with it!

1. Workplace Efficiency

Self-confidence can make employees perform more effectively at their jobs. Confident employees are able to take on multifaceted tasks with a greater level of commitment and concentration. It breeds enthusiasm and lets a person inspire or motivate their co-workers. Individuals like these get the job done and add value for their employer. Self-confident people tend to succeed at whatever they put their minds to.

2. Positive Outlook

A confident person is generally a happier person. They are self-starters and gain quite a bit of satisfaction from the accomplishment of a job well done. This feeling only adds to their happiness and creates a reinforcing cycle. Self-confidence does not automatically equal optimism. However, a confident person is rarely a pessimist. There are plenty of levels in between like pragmatist and realist. However, having a positive outlook doesn’t mean everything is sunshine and daisies every day. It simply means that good things tend to happen or are just over the horizon. I call it the “silver lining” philosophy.

3. Improved Health

Self-confident people are also better equipped to deal with stressful situations with a level head. They are certain that they can make it through any situation and solve any problem. This aids in avoiding such health problems as high blood pressure, hypertension, and even anger.  Therefore, self-confident people are likely to live a healthier life.

4. Better Relationships

Self-confidence can create an awesome friend or romantic partner. This is because when someone is comfortable and self-reliant, they tend to need less emotional support and are better equipped to bolster the other person in times of crisis. Having a confident friend or partner can be a boost for the other person. Their energy is often contagious and there is plenty to go around!

5. Higher Earnings

A confident individual is usually highly motivated to advance their career. Therefore, they seek to prove their value in their current position and are not afraid to pursue new opportunities when presented. This usually leads to an overall higher earning potential. Also, just think about it. When was the last time you heard of a timid CEO?

6. Role Models

Self-confident people are more likely to achieve personal and professional success than someone who looks down on him or herself. Their energy and magnetism draws people in. Furthermore, they believe in themselves and have the courage to solve problems and deal with anything that is thrown their way. They often serve as effective mentors and trainers and help improve the lives of those who seek their help.

Self-confidence can be your ticket to happiness and even put you on the path to achieving your goals. Although it’s not a skill you usually build overnight, self-confidence is something you work on a little every day. As a result of increased confidence, you will see doors opening you you never thought possible! You will finally be able to make your dreams come true! You just have to work at it!

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Stephen Meadows

Stephen Meadows has been in the real estate industry since 2001 and has worked with hundreds of brokerages and thousands of agents all over the country. His passion for helping people succeed is apparent in all he does. Stephen has written 6 books and has published 15, 5 of which were Amazon Best Sellers.