Hi, I have a very low self-esteem and low self-confidence.
Basically, I have no confidence in myself at all.
Because I am such a person, I am doing certain things to gain a little self-esteem or confidence? I am doing it.
Oh, it's not a big story.
I always lacked confidence. I practiced only one thing.
The only action I have taken to gain confidence is this: just experience (act).
Yes, I'm out of sync - sorry!
It's very simple. If you just experience it, you will gain confidence.
Let me be more specific.
I'd like to try that," or "I wonder how I'd feel if I did that."Just crushing one thing at a time that I wanted to do but wasn't doing.The first is that it is a very good idea to use the same type of equipment as the second.
And if you keep doing this...gain in experienceSo.
I used to be bad at answering the phone, but once I had more opportunities, I wasn't so bad at it anymore because I gained confidence that I could handle any kind of person.
As that happens, you start to gain confidence that since you were able to do that, you can do this. As that happens, you gain confidence that you can do this, too.
I can gain confidence in my knowledge by saying, "I know a little bit about that field because I experienced that.
So experience = confidence.
It's very obvious, and I'm really not saying much.
If you have more experiences of "I was able to do it," you will naturally become more confident, and this will lead to an increase in self-esteem.
Because, you know, every single thing that you think, "I can't do it, I don't have the ability to do it," will be reduced.
When I was a student, I was able to try different part-time jobs because I did things to gain confidence.
I came to think this way because of my part-time work experience as a student.
Listen to the memories here for a moment.
My first part-time job in life was in customer service at a neighborhood soba noodle shop. There, I first experienced the basics of restaurant work, such as taking orders and serving food.
Then you decided you wanted to work in a chain restaurant, and you got experience serving customers as floor staff.
I worked for this chain becauseI want to master customer service in a more demanding place.I thought it was a good idea.
I was able to think this way because I experienced serving customers at a buckwheat noodle restaurant.Maybe even a higher level of customer service.I thought, "Why not? (I had a mysterious ambition at the time.)
This restaurant is a well-known chain, so the training is thorough, and there were many things that I found hard to do in the beginning.I cried on my first day of work.Sh.
But I kept that up for about two years. And thenWe take customer service to the next level.and began working part-time as a banquet staff member at a hotel.
We have been able to receive this hotel because we have been able toMy experience gave me confidence, and I'm sure I could handle the hotel's hospitality! I can do it! I thought.I could have tried.
And during high school, I had other experiences in advertising sales, and in college, I worked part-time as a surveyor visiting ordinary homes.
In addition, I have experience in apparel, hosting events and wedding parties. (All part-time jobs I've always wanted to do.)
I was able to do this because of my part-time experience in customer service.I am not stressed when I meet someone for the first time.This is because I have gained confidence in my ability to
And it goes something like this.The experience gave me confidence.The first is that it is a very good idea to use the same type of equipment as the second.
The only thing I did was experience (act).
Experience, are you worried about failure?
But you think this is because you didn't make any major mistakes or anything, right? Isn't that consequentialism?" Some people might think.
But actually, that's not the case at all.
I've made so many mistakes. I've failed so many times. I have failed so badly that I cried so hard in front of my seniors.
Experienced a lot of anger.I did, andMistook a phone call and got red-flagged.The fact that I did it, the fact that I did it, the fact that I did it.brazen oversleeperI have a lot of stories of failure.
evenEven if I failed, I felt somewhat more confident.
(Maybe if it was a colossal screw-up or something, it would be a different story...)
Because.If you experience failure when you do this, you'll have the confidence to avoid failure the next time you do it again.I'm sure it's not. (I know it sounds cool, but that's actually what happened.)
Even if it didn't work out that time, the experience of failure became a cushion for me to think that I might be able to do it again next time.
this meansConfidence that can only come from experiencing failure.I think it is.
Basically, I am super scared. I'll never get rid of that fear.
But failure is not evil, and it is natural to fear failure, but I think it is a confidence booster to increase the number of things you can do and say "I did it" - I think.
So, I think it is one way for people who are not confident about themselves to experience it to the fullest.
I still have low self-confidence and low self-esteem. I can't really say anything great about it, but I try to be mindful of the fact that my past experiences have helped me to gain confidence by taking action.
I don't know if this is the right way to do it.