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How To Improve Confidence – Try vs Practice [Video]

This video is about how to improve confidence by replacing a weak habit with a powerful habit. You will be amazed at 1) how simple it can be and 2) how much of an impact it makes on your life.

(Read or watch video below)

The weak habit is the use of the word try and the powerful habit is using the word practice instead.

Try creates doubt and since we were children the word was used when we or someone else suggested something we might fail at and failure became a reality. Try comes from weak insecure energy and has a psychological affect on us that in negative.

Practice makes us better and since we were children we’ve known that whatever we practice we improve. Practice comes from strong, positive energy and always has a good outcome!

There are other words to replace try with; the key is to use alternatives that are powerful like “do it.”

When you ask yourself how to improve confidence, realize it can be as easy as adjusting the words you speak to yourself and others. 

I’d love to get your feedback on this topic. Feel free to share this video with those you think will benefit. 😉


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6 thoughts on “How To Improve Confidence – Try vs Practice [Video]”

  1. I know so many people who use the T word and talk constantly about how their life isn’t working! My practice in using different more empowering words has paid off handsomely! I notice that even if I don’t know how to do something, when I practice, I will get better instead of possibly fail and my confidence is left in tact instead of taking a hit. Great, quick, powerful video! Thank you.

    1. Hi Meredith! I’ve noticed the same thing you have. The same people who use dis-empowering words wonder why their lives don’t work the way they want them to. Sometimes they will laugh at me when I tell them changing their words will make a big difference but I’ve decided it’s okay if they want to disagree with someone whose life IS working. LOL

  2. Hi Kelly, hope you’re well. I enjoyed reading your article and have to say I agree that even changing wording helps to change your thought process. I was recently chatting to a child who was going through a hard time at school and I just kept saying that practice was the key and positive thinking – then you will improve. Thanks, Kim

    1. Hi Kim. Thank you for being a good role model for that child! Can you imagine how powerful kids (and adults) can be when we adjust a few old habits to be more empowering like seeing the bright side of situations instead of the negative and practicing instead of trying? Holy smokes! 🙂 ~ Kelly

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