THEORY: Self-confidence is your ability to undertake tasks. It is your ability to understand that you can achieve any number of goals. Self-confident people enjoy the tasks they undertake and remain positive throughout. Self-confidence is an internal process that comes from success.
PRACTICE: The ability to remain self-confident is important. Success and positive results engineer further self-confidence. Therefore, raising self-confidence is very important.
APPLICATION: To enable this, you should look back at your best performances and compare these to your worse. From this, identify your own feelings from each performance. When achieving success your feelings should be different and more positiv
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About Gobinder Gill
Gobinder is a lecturer in Sport Psychology and Research Methods at Birmingham Metropolitan College in the West Midlands.