Do you feel anxious, nervous or self-conscious when on you’re on in a social environment? Are you the type of guy who worries what other people are thinking of you? If so, watch the video above for some quick tips that will help you feel more relaxed and confident when you’re alone in a social environment.
What Causes Anxiety and Nervousness in Social Environments?
Anxiety and nervousness are triggered by the way you think. In other words, by your mindsets. To stop feeling nervous, anxious or self-conscious, you have to get used to thinking in a more confident way. In other words, you have to get rid of your insecure mindsets that are causing you to feel nervous, self-conscious or anxious when in a social environment.
Mindset (noun): The ideas and attitudes with which a person approaches a situation. A habitual way of thinking about something.
Confidence (noun): The feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something. a feeling of self-assurance arising from the belief in oneself and one’s powers or abilities.
Insecurity (noun): Uncertainty or anxiety about oneself; lack of confidence.
Building More Confidence
Confidence is essentially about your belief in yourself and your abilities. So, building more confidence is about building more belief in yourself. If you don’t feel relaxed or confident when you’re on your own in a social environment, it means that you are using insecure mindsets. If you want to feel confident and relaxed in social environments, you have to focus on getting rid of your insecurities and replacing those ineffective mindsets with confident ones.