My life seems to have taken a different path in recent years. I haven’t gotten richer, thinner, or smarter, but I’m RELIABLE. Trust is the most important accessory to wear. My understanding of myself has always been pretty solid, but over the past few months I’ve been eager, willing, and able to share it with anyone who can benefit from it when dealing with daily struggles and challenges.
Trust has this effect. You can use it to develop the voice you need to be yourself. That’s why I indulge in it so much. If you want a rich and fulfilling life, filled with all the things you love, you need to solve this problem. So come up with a plan and start working on it right away.
My confidence collapsed a few months ago after the occurrence of several significant life events, both personal and professional. A moment ago it seemed like I would never recover. Perseverance along with some helpful tricks has allowed me to recover and overcome my anxiety.
1. Practice eye contact – Instead of looking here and there, try to look directly in the eyes of the person you want to share your point of view. Making eye contact will make you look more persuasive and assertive with your point of view.
2. Practice good posture and maintain positive body language– It is very important to sit up straight while you are talking to someone. Sitting upright with your hands forward helps absorb positive thoughts and makes the person look desirable.
3. No panic. Practice breathing techniques – Our self-esteem tends to sink during dark phases of our life. We hesitate, doubt ourselves and question our existence. Every aspect of our lives and business is affected when we forget who we are and what to do. In such cases, practice inhalation and exhalation techniques at least 20 times / 2 hours. Scientifically, ingesting oxygen helps replenish cells and think with a broader perspective and ideology.
4th Try to keep yourself from fidgeting with any object to hide your fear. It’s okay to be nervous! … but make sure others don’t know. Do not fidget around the room with your hands, clothes, or other items as these indicate signs of social anxiety or anxiety.
5. Prepare and rehearse your answers – NOT LEARNING! It’s always wise to have clues as to what to say, but raiding the answers won’t help. Write down the important pointers and make them your focus.
6th Try to speak slowly and precisely – Provide concise information and make sure it is clear and you are not avoiding the bush. Don’t try to rush through all of the information you know as it may not help.
7th Dress the part- As they say, ‘dress to impress’. Whether for an Indian or Western formal presentation or interview, dressing appropriately is very important. Self-care is a very important part when it comes to presenting yourself to the recruiter.
8th. Think positive- Going to the interview with a positive attitude always helps to spread good vibes in us and those around us. Do not accept the consequences of the event and be afraid of the interview. Put your best foot forward and keep trying.
If you are currently suffering or having a problem, don’t sweat. Don’t be afraid of grooming as we are here to help you overcome this problem. These challenging cases can prove to be positive and life changing. In the face of adversity, we collect a lot about ourselves, discover our strengths, our weaknesses and our areas of expertise. As we begin to make progress and overcome life’s obstacles and hurdles, we take these important and meaningful lessons, teachings, and insights to apply to our lives and work, to improve ourselves and our endeavors, and to excel at our work .