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 6. Pray or meditate briefly
  If you believe in a higher power, whether God, or another spiritual force, it can be a real boost to self-confidence to say a silent prayer. (You could also meditate instead of praying.) This helps you to take a step back from your immediate situation, to see the wider picture and to seek help from something or someone greater than yourself. This is a Christian prayer, but you could write something similar that fits your own religious beliefs or spiritual tradition:
  Dear God, thank you that you love and accept me as I am … please help me to do the same … and help me to grow to become the person you want me to be so that my God-confidence and self-confidence will increase greatly—all for the glory of your name and not mine. Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Amen.
  秘诀之六: 作短暂的祈祷或沉思
  如果你信仰神灵,不论是上帝,或是其他精神力量,那么,默默地作祈祷就可以成为激励自信的一种有效手段。(你也可以用沉思来代替默默祈祷。)这将使我们暂时退出当前所处的环境,看得更高更远,并向那些比我们自身伟大的神灵寻求帮助。下面是一个基督教徒的祈祷词,我们可以参考并写出类似的适合你自己宗教信念或精神指引的祷告:
  亲爱的上帝,感谢你对我的爱和包容......请帮助我,使我爱您并且投入您的怀抱......请帮助我,让我成为您所期望的那个人,使我大大提升对您的信仰及我的自信——一切荣耀均属于您的名下,我不会叨光。感谢您的聆听,感谢您回应我的祈祷。希望这个祈祷能实现。
  7. Reframe
  If something unexpected happens, it’s easy to let it knock your fledgling self-confidence. Perhaps you spill your drink on someone, you arrive late for the big meeting because of traffic problems, or someone who you wanted to speak to gives you a cold brush-off. Try to “reframe” the situation; put it in the best possible light: often, events are only negative because of the meaning we attach to them.
  秘诀之七: 换个角度看问题
  如果有意外发生,往往很容易就能将你刚刚建立的少许自信击碎。你可能不小心将饮料溅到别人身上,你可能由于交通堵塞而导致在重要会议上迟到,或者你想要与之交谈的某人冷漠地敷衍你等等。试着“换个角度”看问题;往最好的一面去想: 通常,事物之所以具有负面意义完全是由于我们把自己的主观思想强加在上面。
  8. Find the next step
  Keep your self-confidence up by taking gradual steps forwards, rather than freezing when faced with what seems like a giant leap. If you’re not sure what to do, look for one simple step that you can take to make progress. That might mean making eye contact at a party, introducing yourself to a stranger, breaking the ice in a meeting, or asking a question of your interviewers that shows your knowledge of their industry and company.
  Start taking action even if you don’t have a clear idea of what needs to be done. Start moving towards your goal. Make corrections later.
  秘诀之八:步步为营
  通过步步为营的方式来增强自信,要远胜于面对巨大鸿沟而停滞不前。如果你所处的情况让你不知何去何从,不妨从简单地一步步做起。这就可能意味着是,在聚会上与别人做目光接触、把自己介绍给一个陌生人、打破会议僵局,或者是问面试官一个问题,表明你了解他们所处的行业及公司。
  在还不清楚究竟需要做些什么时,就开始展开行动,开始朝着自己的目标前进,即使犯了错,迟些更正也不晚。
  9. Speak slowly
  An easy tip for both seeming and being more self-confidence is to speak slowly. If you gabble, you’ll end up feeling worse as you know you’re being unclear to your audience or to the person you’re in a conversation with. Speaking slowly gives you the chance to think about what you’re going to say next. If you’re giving a talk or presentation, pause at the end of phrases and sentences to help your audience take in what you’ve said.
  A person in authority, with authority, speaks slowly. It shows confidence. A person who feels that he isn’t worth listening to will speak quickly, because he doesn’t want to keep others waiting on something not worthy of listening to.
  秘诀之九: 放慢说话的速度
  看起来显得比较自信或者成为一个更加自信的人,一个简单的秘诀就是放慢语速。如果总是喋喋不休说个不停,那么你的听众或与你交谈的人就会觉得你想表达的意思让人搞不清楚。放慢语速,你就有机会思考接下来要说的内容。如果你正在发言或做推介,那么就请在短语或句子结束之后稍作停顿,让听众有时间对你所讲的内容进行消化理解。
  权威人士以及代表权威部门发言的人,往往语速比较慢。这说明他们很自信。一个觉得自己所讲的话不值得听的人,往往说话犹如放机关枪一般快,因为他不想让人们为不重要的讲话浪费时间。
  10. Contribute something
  Have you ever sat through an entire class at college or meeting at work without saying a word? Have you had an evening out where friends chatted happily while you sat and stared silently at your drink? Chances are, you weren’t feeling very self-confident at the time – and you probably felt even worse afterwards. Whatever the situation you’re in, make an effort to contribute. Even if you don’t think you have much to say, your thoughts and perspective are valuable to those around you.
  By making an effort to speak up at least once in every group discussion, you’ll become a better public speaker, more confident in your own thoughts, and recognized as a leader by your peers.  
  秘诀之十: 积极主动开口
  你是否曾经在一节大学课堂或者一次工作会议上干坐着一言不发?你是否曾经在朋友们高兴地在晚上聚会谈论时独自盯着自己的饮料发呆?在这种时刻,相信你不会感觉对自己非常自信——甚至事后,你大概会感觉更糟。不管你现在处于哪种状态,试着主动与人交流吧。即使你觉得自己无话可说,但是,也许说出你的观点与看法,会使你周围的人获益匪浅呢。
  每次小组讨论之时,如果至少有一次,你能够大声表达自己的观点,那么你就会在公开场合作更多的发言,你对自己的想法也会更有自信,同时也会被你的同伴认为为一个领袖

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