What is intensity? Well, authentication is defined as increasing mental, political, social or economic strength of individuals and communities. Strength often involves self-reliance on self-reliance. To quote Abraham Lincoln he said, "Whatever you are, be good." But how are you good at what you do? How do you increase confidence in what you can do? How do you get the power? Here are some tips:
1. Tell yourself positive things.
Each person has a positive and negative involvement in himself and sometimes when you have a lot of people you only want to emphasize positive factors. But when you're alone in your room, all you see is your bug, and you talk to yourself how dumb you are and or how useless and sad you are. It's not going to make you good. You just put yourself down. Piercing your words are as good as someone's insult to you. Your mind is like a computer. If you introduce negativity, your output is also negative. So say good things to yourself. Give yourself a pat on your back for work well done no matter how small it is.
2. Get your goals clear.
You say you want the best you are. Now you must have a clear idea of what the goals are. It's not enough to just say: "I'll be successful in the future." You must climb the way to succeed. First, you must know what your goal will be worth. Next, eliminate all things that keep you from achieving your goals, whether it's a bad habit or a negative experience, etc. Leave inspiring quotes on your wall so that whenever you find that you can knock down you can read things that fuel your mind.
3. Practice makes perfect.
Yes. It may sound like a cliché but it's really correct. If you want to be good at something then practice. If you have poor math skills, try to improve by exercising during your free time. Just like in life, the more you make the same mistake again and again, in the future, it should not happen once more because if it did, it means you did not learn until you control the art to overcome this obstacle.
4. Speak your mind and take action.
This might be a little ridiculous for many who say that you should be tactful as he or she may go. Well, being tactless is different than talking about your mind. Of course, you should say things respectfully on time. When you talk about your mind, it's when you felt your rights were taken and you want to make the opponent aware that you're not happy. Learning to talk about your mind can lead you somewhere. Take action. If you see others are not doing anything to be important, be a good example. This is one way to sharpen your field of competence.
5. Open your mind.
The more you clam up, the more you learn nothing. It has open communication media that people can really understand each other. According to Confucius, "Do others, what you want others to do without you." In this way, if you want people to listen to you, try listening to them too.
Basically, they are basically a few tips for you to gain authority. Good luck!