Confidence: Envisioning a Better Life

Posted by Creatiq Support | Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Confidence: Envisioning a Better Life

Posted by Creatiq Support | Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A lot of people report achieving miraculous things just by adopting a better attitude and improving their confidence levels. You may have heard of people who dressed for the job they wanted, believed they already had it and displayed great confidence. The result was that the job they wanted came to them.

Envisioning a Better Life

The above technique is a well-known one that works in various situations. It works for jobs which you want to get, for relationships you want to improve, for relationships you want to be in, for projects you want to get done, for money you want to have etc. The trick, whenever you want anything, is to believe you already have it.

Envisioning Money

If you want more money, believe that you have it. Don’t scrimp and save as if you’re afraid of running out of money. Instead, spend confidently on the things you want in your life—things that make you feel good. It doesn’t matter if that’s your daily cappuccino or the little black dress that caught your eye. The point is that that thing should genuinely bring you happiness.

Going Against the Grain

This goes against what people generally tell you to do. After all, if you’re running short of money, you’re told to economize. Save money. Clip coupons. Don’t spend on unnecessary things. But many self-help books have now started going against the grain and telling you to do the opposite. Believe that you already have the thing you want. This will make that thing come towards you.

Envisioning the Job You Want

If you want to be a manager, behave like a manager. Speak in a calm, confident voice. Don’t spend your time gossiping. Be organized. Get work done. Read books on management and learn more about it so that you can behave more like a manager would. Chances are someone will see your potential and promote you to manager.

Envisioning the Relationship You Want

If you’re trying to improve your relationship, try practicing patience and sensitivity. Make an effort to spend more time with your significant other. Try to help them out just as though you were in a loving relationship, even if you’re not. The more you act loving, the more likely it is that that person will act loving with you. Or maybe they’ll just go out of your life, leaving behind space for someone better.