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              4  Strategies to Improve your Confidence:

1. Note your strengths and don't be afraid to improve your weaknesses – When you talk and think about the things you do well, your confidence grows and your mood improves.

2. Set attainable goals for yourself - Set short term goals that you can achieve. As you accomplish these smaller goals, you will feel better about your prospects of achieving more in the future.

3. Practice like it matters – More meaningful repetitions in practice will improve your physical skills and increase your belief that you can replicate these skills in competition.

4. Stop measuring your success based on the success of others – Comparing yourself to others is a sure-fire way to lower confidence. Keep the focus on yourself and look to improve your skills each day.  

   

 

 

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