“People’s level of motivation, affective states and actions, are based on what they believe than on what is objectively the case.”
… Albert Bandura
Self-Efficacy by Kendra C:
Self-efficacy is a person’s belief in their ability to succeed in a particular situation.
It comprises of a person’s attitudes, abilities, and cognitive skills, according to a study by Albert Bandura..
• Celebrate Your Success :
Positive and negative experiences can influence the ability of an individual to perform a given task.
If one has performed well at a task previously, he or she is more likely to feel competent and perform well at a similarly associated task
• Observe Others :
People can develop high or low self-efficacy vicariously through other people’s performances.
A person can watch someone in a similar position perform, and then compare his own competence with the other individual’s competence
• Seek Positive Affirmations :
Self-efficacy is also influenced by encouragement and discouragement pertaining to an individual’s performance or ability to perform
• Pay Attention to Your Thoughts and Emotions :
Looking for ways to ease your stress levels can help you feel more confident in your capabilities
Your chances of success in any undertaking can always be measured by your belief in yourself…