Perfect Because, by allowing yourself to make mistakes, and trying to see 'failure' as an opportunity for upward improvement, you can actually gain experience and get better at what you do. This is what scientists call the 'Competence-Confidence loop': the good feeling that comes from action and (learned) competence. But how do you act when you feel paralyzed? Jackie suggests a number of hacks: Start with mini-habits and break your goals down into whole (easy) sub-goals.
More sports? Start with one push-up, 3 times executive list a week for a few weeks and gradually build up. Bring in more customers? Call one potential customer per week. By making your goals smaller, you increase the chance of success and it is easier to get into the above-mentioned competence-confidence loop! Teach yourself to start quickly with your tasks: the 5-second rule. How much time do we spend procrastinating? A simple trick that Jackie Has calls is counting down from 5 to.
Always start within 5 seconds with your next task or (sub) goal. Define mini-goals and teach yourself to start tasks within 5 seconds to kick-start a state of confidence and action! 5. Authority, network and clothing Set up for success! Environment, circumstances and context can help you enormously in achieving your successes. Self-confidence often arises through and during contact with others. So talk to other experts about your ambitions, knowledge and skills. Look up network events.