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Two Successful Men Share Their Tips To Grow Confidence

Two Successful Men Share Their Tips To Grow Confidence

By Ben Radding

If you’re looking to get ahead, confidence is key. It gives you the resolve you need to take a leap forward and power your way to where you want to be. Stuck in a rut, or don’t know where to start? Look no further.If you’re looking to get ahead, confidence is key. It gives you the resolve you need to take a leap forward and power your way to where you want to be. Stuck in a rut, or don’t know where to start? Look no further.
We connected with two Nutrafol® partners: Dr. Kam Hussain (@dr.kamraan.husain), a chiropractor, model, and co-owner of The Workout KC (@theworkoutKC), and Patrick Raitor (@mgm_patrick), a Brooklyn-based influencer, photographer, and dad. And we distilled their habits into a few actionable, confidence-building tips for you.We connected with two Nutrafol® partners: Dr. Kam Hussain (@dr.kamraan.husain), a chiropractor, model, and co-owner of The Workout KC (@theworkoutKC), and Patrick Raitor (@mgm_patrick), a Brooklyn-based influencer, photographer, and dad. And we distilled their habits into a few actionable, confidence-building tips for you.

1. Get Up & Get Moving

For Dr. Kam, movement is medicine. He starts each day with a vigorous workout that clears both his body and mind. “I wake up every morning and train—and that makes me feel more confident,” he says.For Dr. Kam, movement is medicine. He starts each day with a vigorous workout that clears both his body and mind. “I wake up every morning and train—and that makes me feel more confident,” he says.

1. Get Up & Get Moving

For Dr. Kam, movement is medicine. He starts each day with a vigorous workout that clears both his body and mind. “I wake up every morning and train—and that makes me feel more confident,” he says.For Dr. Kam, movement is medicine. He starts each day with a vigorous workout that clears both his body and mind. “I wake up every morning and train—and that makes me feel more confident,” he says.
“When I get my training done early, everything else becomes easier, because I’ve gotten the hardest thing out of the way.” For you, this could be as intense as a 6AM trek to the gym, or something as serene as a yoga session with your morning coffee. Getting your blood flowing is key, though. “When I get my training done early, everything else becomes easier, because I’ve gotten the hardest thing out of the way.” For you, this could be as intense as a 6AM trek to the gym, or something as serene as a yoga session with your morning coffee. Getting your blood flowing is key, though.
“When I get my training done early, everything else becomes easier, because I’ve gotten the hardest thing out of the way.” For you, this could be as intense as a 6AM trek to the gym, or something as serene as a yoga session with your morning coffee. Getting your blood flowing is key, though. “When I get my training done early, everything else becomes easier, because I’ve gotten the hardest thing out of the way.” For you, this could be as intense as a 6AM trek to the gym, or something as serene as a yoga session with your morning coffee. Getting your blood flowing is key, though.

2. Spend Time in Your Happy Place

Most people have locations—or activities—that make them feel good. For some folks, it’s the freedom of the open road on a long bike ride. Others might “get in the zone” as they put together a delicious dinner with their partner. For Patrick, the good vibes flow most freely when he’s behind the camera taking pictures. Most people have locations—or activities—that make them feel good. For some folks, it’s the freedom of the open road on a long bike ride. Others might “get in the zone” as they put together a delicious dinner with their partner. For Patrick, the good vibes flow most freely when he’s behind the camera taking pictures.

2. Spend Time in Your Happy Place

Most people have locations—or activities—that make them feel good. For some folks, it’s the freedom of the open road on a long bike ride. Others might “get in the zone” as they put together a delicious dinner with their partner. For Patrick, the good vibes flow most freely when he’s behind the camera taking pictures. Most people have locations—or activities—that make them feel good. For some folks, it’s the freedom of the open road on a long bike ride. Others might “get in the zone” as they put together a delicious dinner with their partner. For Patrick, the good vibes flow most freely when he’s behind the camera taking pictures.
“My favorite creative pursuit is styling outfits and/or street photography,” he says. “My camera, a well-styled outfit, and we hit the streets. That is where I feel my best.” If you’re looking for a confidence boost before a big day, wake up early and spend some time in your happy place, whether it’s a creative pursuit, physical activity, or anything in between. “My favorite creative pursuit is styling outfits and/or street photography,” he says. “My camera, a well-styled outfit, and we hit the streets. That is where I feel my best.” If you’re looking for a confidence boost before a big day, wake up early and spend some time in your happy place, whether it’s a creative pursuit, physical activity, or anything in between.
“My favorite creative pursuit is styling outfits and/or street photography,” he says. “My camera, a well-styled outfit, and we hit the streets. That is where I feel my best.” If you’re looking for a confidence boost before a big day, wake up early and spend some time in your happy place, whether it’s a creative pursuit, physical activity, or anything in between. “My favorite creative pursuit is styling outfits and/or street photography,” he says. “My camera, a well-styled outfit, and we hit the streets. That is where I feel my best.” If you’re looking for a confidence boost before a big day, wake up early and spend some time in your happy place, whether it’s a creative pursuit, physical activity, or anything in between.

3. Break Big Goals Down

3. Break Big Goals Down

Massive goals like running a marathon, doubling your salary, or overhauling your style can be daunting. If you feel like you’re not making progress, you can lose your focus—and undermine your confidence. Dr. Kam suggests breaking these loftier goals down into smaller steps that steadily move you towards the bigger prize.Massive goals like running a marathon, doubling your salary, or overhauling your style can be daunting. If you feel like you’re not making progress, you can lose your focus—and undermine your confidence. Dr. Kam suggests breaking these loftier goals down into smaller steps that steadily move you towards the bigger prize.
“You cannot just focus on the big picture goal,” he says. “If you’re just focused on that, you can lose motivation. I focus on the incremental goals. That can be as simple as, ‘Just show up to the gym in the morning.’ And the next day, do one round of this exercise, the next day, do two rounds of this exercise.” Breaking big goals down like this makes them actionable and, most importantly, measurable.“You cannot just focus on the big picture goal,” he says. “If you’re just focused on that, you can lose motivation. I focus on the incremental goals. That can be as simple as, ‘Just show up to the gym in the morning.’ And the next day, do one round of this exercise, the next day, do two rounds of this exercise.” Breaking big goals down like this makes them actionable and, most importantly, measurable.

4. Find Something You’re Good At

4. Find Something You’re Good At

You don’t have to ace every presentation or PR in the gym. For Patrick, simply finding a little thing he’s good at—and can progress at—helps him feel confident, and that carries forward into every aspect of his life.You don’t have to ace every presentation or PR in the gym. For Patrick, simply finding a little thing he’s good at—and can progress at—helps him feel confident, and that carries forward into every aspect of his life.
“I always find a task, sport, or hobby that I can excel at or at least challenge myself and see progression,” he says. “Something as simple as sudoku or the weekly crossword. You don't need to be a world-class athlete or the smartest person in the room to feel confident.” Hey, you never know what could happen when you open up the Times.“I always find a task, sport, or hobby that I can excel at or at least challenge myself and see progression,” he says. “Something as simple as sudoku or the weekly crossword. You don't need to be a world-class athlete or the smartest person in the room to feel confident.” Hey, you never know what could happen when you open up the Times.

5. Cut The Junk

5. Cut The Junk

Paleo, keto, low carb, no carb, carb cycling: there is an endless amount of dietary guidance floating around the internet. It can be overwhelming. Ultimately, if you want to look and feel your best, the diet that works is simple—it’s the one that you stick to. For Dr. Kam, that could mean just starting with one step.Paleo, keto, low carb, no carb, carb cycling: there is an endless amount of dietary guidance floating around the internet. It can be overwhelming. Ultimately, if you want to look and feel your best, the diet that works is simple—it’s the one that you stick to. For Dr. Kam, that could mean just starting with one step.
“My nutritional go-to, the one thing I do on a consistent basis, is that I don’t eat sugar,” he says. He sticks to it as consistently as he can—he even did on his wedding day. “When my wife and I got married, we even had a sugar free cake,” he says. Whether it’s drinking less, no sugar, or even cutting coffee, one thing could mean everything.“My nutritional go-to, the one thing I do on a consistent basis, is that I don’t eat sugar,” he says. He sticks to it as consistently as he can—he even did on his wedding day. “When my wife and I got married, we even had a sugar free cake,” he says. Whether it’s drinking less, no sugar, or even cutting coffee, one thing could mean everything.

Ben Radding is a freelance writer and copywriter. He has written for Men’s Health, Forbes, Esquire, Outside, Men’s Journal, and others. You can find him online at www.benradding.com.

Ben Radding is a freelance writer and copywriter. He has written for Men’s Health, Forbes, Esquire, Outside, Men’s Journal, and others. You can find him online at www.benradding.com.

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