3 Ways Facebook Can Help Build Your Self-Confidence

Among many other things in life, self-confidence is one thing that can set you apart and give you the power to conquer the world. It’s pretty obvious that the world smiles more at people who project confidence.

However, today many people, especially men tend to lack any confidence at all. Some can’t even face a lady or stranger to start a regular conversation, and that’s pretty sad.

But do you know that your favorite social networking site can help build your self-confidence in ways that you never thought were possible?

Yes, Facebook has the potential to boost your self-esteem and make you live life the way you’ve always wanted.

Who doesn’t have Facebook?

It’s pretty obvious that everyone has a Facebook profile and have developed the desire to check them every hour or even every minute.

Becoming an online social butterfly comes with a lot of benefits, and one of the coolest is that it helps boost one’s self-confidence.

How?

Facebook allows you to connect and share photos as well as special moments with everyone in your circle. Doing this will help create a sense of belonging and acceptance, and it also helps improve your communication skills.

Facebook gives you the chance to put your best face forward, allowing you to let go of negative energy.

In essence, Facebook can portray you in a very positive light, void of the blemishes a mirror might reflect, either real or imagined.

So without further ado, let us explore three ways you can use Facebook to build your self-confidence and become the confident person you’ve always wanted to be.

Tip #1: Follow and Learn From An Expert

No one is an island of knowledge. It’s pretty obvious that we all need someone to learn a thing or two from if we want to become a better version of ourselves. All right, so you have to find a good role model and take cues from there.

Learn to surround yourself with positive and successful people while on Facebook. Do your research and get connected to an expert. Get immersed in his feed and learn from positive quotes, stories, and actions shown by the expert.

Here are some super cool guys I’m following on Facebook. Trust me, there are lots of stuff you can learn from them.

Brendon Burchard

https://www.facebook.com/brendonburchardfan/

All you have to do is log on to Facebook and browse through Brendon’s fan page to get some amazing insights on what it means to be confident. I’ve also learnt a lot from him, I mean his videos has added a lot to my sense of reasoning and I believe it can do the same for you too.

If you dig a little bit deeper to know more about Brendon Burchard, you’ll find that he started out like a regular person like you. Now that’s awesome.

Gary Vaynerchuk

https://www.facebook.com/gary/

Gary is yet another no bull shit guy that I consider to my idol. He’s always hits the nail on the head and gets shit done like a pro. well, he’s a Pro.

Just a little word of caution, Gary is one “outspoken kind of guy” and he loves to use the F word every now and then. If you’re not cool with that, just get a self sensorship.

Tip: Regardless of what your role model posts or uploads, all of them will remain dormant and theoretical unless you take action by yourself.

So try to keep up!

Tip #2: Focus On The Prize

Thanks to Facebook, you can easily set yourself to win. You get the chance to see yourself in a positive light regardless of all the negative vibes around you. It’s pretty obvious that some of your friends will try to derail you with negative thoughts but remember to focus on the prize and become a better version of yourself.

The coolest thing about social media is the ability to stay away from folks that try to suck your energy and good vibes. Never waste your time and energy to change their perception, just STAY away from them. Speaking of focusing on the prize, you can post several affirmations on your wall that you’re able to converse fluently with anyone regardless of their gender or personality.

It’s pretty clear that you have the right to choose the type of friends you want to roll with. If you are surrounded by people who are pessimistic losers, sooner or later you will be fed by their negative trash. You got to know that all those messages are very toxic and are sure to draw unnecessary energy from you. So it’s in your best interest to stay away from them.

My personal advice : Keep your ears shut whenever you see them around.

Birds of a feather flock together

Yeah, birds of a feather do flock together. It’s sure to be great idea to join a FB group filled with like-minded folks trying to help and motivate each other.

Here’s a snippet from one of the FB group I’m in.

Tip #3: Start An Objective / Goal Tracking Post On Facebook

You can also start a post on Facebook declaring that you’ll change the way you talk, dress or whatever else you want to change that directly affects your self-confidence. Treat Facebook like a personal progress diary and record your progress. You can also ask your buddies for support and advice on how you can become the confident person everyone loves.

Building your self-confidence might not be easy, but it’s very possible. While you’re training yourself to become a better you on Facebook be sure to keep the positivity flowing in real life.

Remember, the whole point of using Facebook to your advantage is to exhibit what you have learned in a real-life setting. Just be sure to change the way you talk, dress and try to remain positive. That’s not really hard now, is it?

Here’s an update given by a friend talking about the journey he is going through and documenting what he learnt from a book. By taking action, how it impacts his life so far.

It all depends on the number of friends you have and where you updated your status, just do it the right way and I’m pretty sure it will be flooded with likes and comments in a jiffy. Well, it might not be in a jiffy but it’s sure to come pretty soon enough.

If you don’t have a large social circle, don’t worry.

Just treat Facebook as your personal diary and after some time you’ll be super happy with your accomplishments.

Facebook always remind us what happens from time to time and if you manage to pull it through, it will be a perfect memory that you’re sure to cherish forever.

https://www.facebook.com/onthisday/?source=shared_feed_story

Social media is the wave of the future.

If you use it right way, you will surely reap its amazing benefits.

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