ANXIETY, SELF CONFIDENCE
Low Self Confidence
Self esteem is the internal estimate you have of yourself. This leads to feelings of low self confidence. Having high self esteem means you have a high regard for yourself while low self esteem means you perceive no value of yourself. People with high self esteem are usually people who are happy and feel confident. It is not about bragging about what you have or your accomplishments, but it is taking stock of what kind of person you are.
Feeling self confident is an important trait of every individual because it influences and sometimes even determines success in your personal life and in your career. Having a high self esteem means you respect yourself, and it is most often the reason why others respect you.
A person with high self esteem will do the right thing even if exposed to the wrong set of people. A confident person will not follow what other people are doing because he has his own ideas of what is right and wrong. Self esteem grows on you, depending on how you were treated as a child. If you were encouraged or praised by your family while growing up, then you will probably feel confident when you become an adult.
Feeling confident in your life grows and diminishes with time and experiences.
Hypnotherapy works on the many factors leading to a person who is dealing with low self confidence or low self esteem.
There are all sorts of reasons why we procrastinate. None of those reasons are important. The real trick is focus on achieving and not focusing on not procrastinating.
Often, the habit of procrastinating is a fear of success or fear of not being needed.
Fear of success – we all live in a certain social/economic zone in our lives and as we approach the limit of what is comfortable for us, we can sometimes subconsciously sabotage our own efforts. For example, a salesman whose income has steadily risen over time may get to the point where his family and friends feel uncomfortable around him. He can subconsciously know this and self sabotage to bring himself back into a comfort zone.
Fear of not being needed – for some people feel that if they complete the project or endeavor they have undertaken, then they won’t be needed any more and so procrastinate to avoid finishing.