Confidence

Posted by Mrs. W. on Nov 12, 2011

Confidence is having faith in yourself and in someone else. Self-confidence is trusting that you have what it takes to handle whatever happens. You feel sure of yourself and enjoy trying new things, without letting doubts or fears hold you back. When you have confidence in others, you rely on them.

Confidence, Raising Mindful Kids, Inspiring Greatness

WHY PRACTICE IT?

Fears, doubts, worries, the opinions of others hold us back when we do not have confidence. We worry about making a mistake, we don’t take on new challenges and we are affected by what others think or say.

HOW DO WE PRACTICE IT?

  • feel sure of yourself even if you win, fail, succeed or not
  • try new things and discover what you are good at
  • think positively, believe in yourself and your abilities
  • learn from your challengs and mistakes
  • celebrate your successes

AFFIRMATION:

“I am confident. I love to try new things and do my best. I appreciate my gifts and abilities. I welcome new possibilities. I trust all things work together for good. ”

QUESTIONS TO THINK ABOUT:

  1. When do you feel most confident?
  2. When do you need confidence the most?
  3. What are you best at? What gave you the confidence to try or do it the first time?
  4. Is there anone that helps to encourage confidence in you?

Think positively! Go for it! Know you can!


Kids With Character

Posted by Mrs. W. on Apr 2, 2011

ur personalities are made up of character traits and there are many of them. Although we are naturally born with them, it often takes time to really develop them so we are contributing in our families and school in a positive way. Here’s a small clip on why “character counts.”

Remember to take time and learn about different character traits that are important to you or your family and development. There will be more information added about different character traits over time.

ི♥ྀ.¸¸.´¯` Character COUNTS!!!.´¯`.¸¸.ི♥ྀ

Mrs. W.