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Optimistic People Love to Take Challenge

They hope about their ability

By Mehedi Hasan ShawonPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
Optimistic People Love to Take Challenge
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Optimism is a broad concept. It cannot be transmitted suddenly. This requires regular practice and building good habits. Regularly socialize with people, and practice creative activities that boost self-confidence. There are several things to keep in mind for self-development. Why should confidence increase? When are you most optimistic about a job? When you have confidence or trust. Confident people never give up hope. They fight to the end.

Knowing how to increase confidence is very important if you want to do something big in life. Any work can be done smoothly if you have true confidence in yourself. You will also gain respect from others through this. Taking on and conquering challenges boosts confidence manifold. If there is a lack of self-confidence, then people suffer from inferiority. Nothing can be done well. Fear always works in the mind. People who lack confidence feel shy to speak in front of others. Fear is one of the biggest causes of human failure.

Imagine you and your friend find a treasure in a mountain cave. Your physical structure is also similar. You decide to enter the cave and get all the treasures. The two of you went out with torches to conquer the cave. But while entering the cave you started to think about the various fears and dangers inside the cave. In the end, you decided not to enter. But your friend is very brave. He loves to take challenges and loves to win. If your friend carefully enters the cave, keeping in mind the danger, he will get all the treasures.

Similarly, many opportunities in your life have come in the past and will come in the future. To analyze all the opportunities and get to work. If you get such an opportunity, don't miss the opportunities that can bring a turning point or a breakthrough in your life. Nothing great can be done without suffering and sacrifice. No one in the world is ready to give you or me a greater gift. You have to work hard to create your success. We can sense reality but don't want to admit it. We do not have the mentality to suffer. All of our allergies start when we hear about pain or exertion. We are afraid to start something new. The reason for this is a lack of confidence among us. Confidence may not always be maintained. Various incidents and failures weaken our morale. But those who truly believe in themselves never break down. Self-confident people use various methods to regain confidence.

Martin Seligman is a famous psychologist. He conducted a study in 1967 on some dogs. He gave small electric shocks to several pet dogs every day. But before giving the shock, he would ring the bell to the dogs. This process was going on for quite some time. But after a few days only hearing the bell would scare the dogs away. Because the dogs thought they would be shocked after hearing the bell. From then on only the ringing of bells worked. The electric shock device was removed. They were frightened only by the sound of the bell.

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Through this experiment, Seligman discovered a theory. The name of the theory is "Learned Helplessness" i.e. intentionally making someone emotionally helpless This theory also happens in our own lives. We often make ourselves helpless. When we make ourselves helpless, we do not know.

If we have not been successful in doing something in the past then we lose morale. Because failure destroys our confidence. As a result, we can no longer have positive expectations about the success of the work. Just as dogs get scared at the sound of bells, we get scared by thinking about our past failures, our mind becomes restless. If we think about our past failures, we lose willpower. We imagine in our minds that if we start again, we will fail. We do not have any system to analyze the causes of failure or eliminate them.


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