[Short] The “Small But Significant” Method for Boosting Confidence

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There’s a key little phrase that I tell my clients all the time: “Small, but significant”. Now your brain will try to urge you to do big things all the time. It’s actually a fear-based strategy to stop you doing anything, to overwhelm you with the size of the task, while looking like it motivates you. The key is actually to do very small things but to make sure that those things are significant. When you look at what you want to work on, and the person you want to become, think of the small but very significant things you could do. For example, if you want to build your social skills, then talking to a new person for five minutes doesn’t look like a big deal, but it’s very significant, so do that rather than pressuring yourself to make a new friend.



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