Judging or rating our confidence level can be a subjective process, but here are a few suggestions that may help (from my experience)
Reflect on past experiences: Think about situations where we have felt confident and those where we have not. Evaluate the factors that contributed to our confidence in those situations.
Self-Assessment: Ask ourself questions like “How comfortable am I in social situations?” or “How often do I take on new challenges?” and assess our level of confidence based on our answers.
Observe our body language: Confident people tend to have good posture, make eye contact, and speak clearly. Take note of our own body language in different situations and see if it reflects confidence or not.
Seek feedback: Ask friends or colleagues for their honest opinion on how confident they perceive us to be. This can help us gain a better understanding of how we come across to others.
Keep a Confidence Journal: Write down instances where we felt confident and instances where we didn’t. Analyze what happened and what could have been done differently.
Remembering that confidence is not a fixed attribute; it can be developed and improved over time with practice and experience.
At 71, I think I have a good confidence level.
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