BY LACHLAN BROWN
A positive smile triggers a chemical reaction in the brain that attracts positive energy and makes people feel happier and more approachable.
Confident individuals use positive language and affirmations to foster a positive atmosphere, while avoiding demanding words and adding "please" to their requests.
Positivity involves forming deep relationships by showing genuine interest in others, asking meaningful questions, and treating everyone with empathy, compassion, and respect.
Confident individuals view setbacks as opportunities for growth and remind themselves of their experience gained from past failures, understanding that obstacles are inevitable in life.
Confident individuals embrace vulnerability by authentically revealing their flaws, fears, and doubts to connect with others, even through small acts like complimenting or setting boundaries.
Confident individuals with humor can find the positive in everyday situations, diffuse tension, boost moods, and reduce stress by triggering the release of endorphins, fostering an open-minded mentality.
Self-assured individuals maintain a positive mindset through gratitude and generosity, exemplified by the story of a friend who volunteers, donates, and helps others.
Self-assured individuals stay composed, respond appropriately, and create stability in chaos by reframing negative thoughts and channeling negative energy positively.
Self-aware individuals with high emotional intelligence can provide empathy and support to others by understanding their emotional needs, as exemplified by asking whether they want advice or just someone to listen before engaging appropriately.
Self-assured individuals who celebrate small wins, find joy in mundane moments, and actively seek adventures are more likely to appreciate life and be appreciated by it.