Friday, April 1, 2011

Feel Great; Confide In Yourself

Men’s Fashion Weekend with Mr. Mind Fatigues

It’s April 1st and many of you fellas are feeling like fools for allowing the winter to practically pass you by without preparing for the summer to show off your outer physique (the muscle man appearance). Not looking the way you want to can “mess with your confidence” by putting a dampening on a potentially fun-filled summer (if you allow it to). Do something about it—get involved with constructive activities.

Maybe you’ve tried and stopped (or slowed down) because the requirements of your job leave you with little to no extra time do anything else. This can be a stressful burden on your confidence. If you are trying to squeeze exercising (be it the gym or cardio at home) in your daily regimen but aren’t sure how to go about it, a good tip would be to address the issue in small steps.

For starters:
• Do something spontaneous! Explore something of interest that may have crossed your mind. Something physical, entertaining, or stimulating can benefit you in overcoming fears. An accomplished challenge is a great small self-reward!
• Consider your feelings. Define the negative perceptions you have about yourself and gradually weed them out of your vision.
• Borrow someone else’s motivation. Don’t be afraid to be gregarious. You can view another persons’ self-esteem as a model to understanding the positive impact leading to feeling great—starting by thinking great.

If you’re one of those people that have a harder time getting into a consistent workout rhythm, don’t let that get you down! Go to the gym, talk to regulars; you’ll be surprised at the helpful tips you can discover there!
The good news about attitude is the way you mentally view yourself can do wonders for your confidence, thus giving you much needed energy and motivation to change your overall appearance.

Remember, it’s never too late to change your personal outlook. The sooner you do, the sooner you’ll realize that a lack of self-confidence is derived from an outlook of boredom.

Mr. Mind Fatigues

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