Self-Confidence And Workplace


Workplaces are places where we spend most of our time. A good job and career require high motivation, disciplined work, and above all, 'self-confidence.' When the problems experienced in business relationships are examined, it is seen that the lack of self-confidence of individuals lies at the root of almost all of them.

Lack of self-confidence in the workplace manifests itself in situations as below:

• Inability to express oneself

• Timidity

• Inability to think big

• Inability to take risks

• Stress

• Worry

• Inability to authorize

• Low persuasion ability

• Not being able to take responsibility

• Inability to speak in public




However, this situation does not have to continue that way throughout your business life. Every person has an excellent self-esteem power potential.


An expert coach and other support can support you in managing these problems in your business life.


A career is a journey that requires continuous development and is limited to a person's lifetime. In this process of change and progress in your work life, the coach can guide you, guide you with questions and help you discover the riches of your inner world.



A highly self-confident person focuses on improving himself, how to increase his success, and what kind of projects he should produce and develop. He enjoys life and work. He is hopeful, highly motivated, and favorable for life.


Would you like to spend your working life more confident and happier with yourself?

We recommend that you carefully read and apply these tips that we have prepared for you and are aimed at increasing self-confidence in the workplace:




Do not be afraid to learn: Instead of whining about issues, you are not sure about your job, increase your knowledge of that subject. Reading, researching, learning new things, or improving your existing experience not only increases your self-confidence it also keeps your mind open.

Avoid negative conversations: Keep yourself away from all kinds of negative thoughts and discourses that do not help you but reduce your motivation and belief in yourself. A positive mind makes you feel more confident.

Develop yourself: Better is always possible. Learning doesn't have an age; you can always gain new skills whenever you want. You can attend training and seminars that will improve your career. It can also help you get to know new people, expand your business circle and gain new perspectives.

Don't be afraid to repeat it: The more you repeat, the better your chances of success. Don't let yourself be discouraged. No one can be an expert in their first experience.


If there is anything you don't know, ask: Asking questions is not something to be ashamed of. This is an indication that you are open to learning. It frees you from insecurity and allows you to continue on the road more confidently and upright.


Focus on your strengths: There are topics and areas where everyone is the best. Discover and develop your skills.


Don't take everything too seriously: you can make mistakes. You may even be in a funny situation. In such cases, do not think as if the world is over. Instead of doing this, have fun with yourself and have fun with your work. Of course, performing well is very important, but it is difficult to achieve without being cheerful. This way, your business relationships will be healthier and stress-free.


Do not enlarge the problems: The setbacks and difficulties you experience become challenging to overcome as you grow them up, remember.