Think of confirmation as a way to build self-esteem and help you achieve what you want in life. Use of verification is a great way to draw attention to your best features and features that make you, you. Verifications are "I" statements and are usually written in modern times. Examples include: "I'm smart," "I'm good," "I'm a good father" and so on. It's a way to appreciate yourself and a way to build confidence.
Confirmations should always be positive statements that have been repeated many times over, impressed with the subconscious of the desired results and positive actions. Verifications are not things you do not want, but things you want and want and / or do.
What is an example of confirmation? Take a classic example of the children's book The Little Engine that could. The part we're all aware of is when the engine says "I think I can, I think I can, I know I can, I know I can." This is self-assessment that implies that you can produce what you want.
Many times, people make the opposite of confirmation that is a negative figure. They constantly think about what they can not do or because they are not a certain way. Instant messaging does not work, unfortunately, if you constantly recover your negative speech, they will become reality.
So what can you use validation in your daily life? Well, think about what you tell yourself that you want. Do you think, "I wish I could lose weight?" Egypt "I wish I had more money" or "I wish I'd better talk to others?" Take one of these examples and put it in the form of positive "when talking".
Example: I tell myself I could lose weight more. Establish the appropriate weight (your goal) and tell yourself that you heavily weight it. "I weigh 175 pounds and are healthy and fit." "I can lose 20 pounds and will be 175 pounds."
Hopefully you begin to understand the concept of positive self-esteem and affirmation.
It's important to do a positive self-repetitive repetitive behavior and part of your normal daily life. The more you do it the better you will feel about yourself. Give an experiment, what do you have to lose?