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  1. Meaning of Self Management

  2. Positive results of Self Management

  3. Self-Management Skills

  4. Factors that help in building-:

  • self-confidence

  • social, cultural

  • physical factors

  5. Self-Confidence building tips getting rid of the-:

  • Negative thoughts

  • Thinking positively

  • Staying happy with small things

  • Staying clean

  • Hygienic

  • Smart, chatting with positive people, etc.

Self-management-: Self-management involves understanding yourself, understanding what your interests and abilities are,having a positive attitude and grooming yourself in order to develop self-confidence.

Self-management can also help in:

  • Developing good habits

  • Overcoming bad habits

  • Reaching your goals

  • Overcoming challenges and difficulties

Self-management skills include the following:

  • Learning-:Learning is the process of acquiring new understanding, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, and preferences. 

  • Self-motivation-:Self-motivation is the ability to take initiative and finish tasks you know should be completed.

  • Problem Solving-:Understanding a problem and finding a solution using step-by-step method.

  • Honesty-:

  • Communication-:Communication is simply way of transferring information from one place, person or group to another.

  • Confidence-:Confidence is something that you can create and cultivate in order to push yourself towards your goals.

  • Self Control-:Ability to control your behaviour, discipline, etc.

  • Self- Awareness-:Everyone need to monitoring their strengths and weaknesses like their stress, thoughts, emotions, feeling and beliefs. If you have strong self-management skills, you’re able to set goals independently and take the initiative to achieve them.

  • Team work-:Working together with people to accomplish shared goals. 

  • Time management-: Achieving tasks on time and according the plan.

Factors that help in building-:

Self-confidence –:Strengths are what we do well and are good at. Everyone has some strengths. Self-confidence is a quality we build when we believe in our strength to succeed in anything we do in life. People who are confident believe that they can do anything given to them in any situation.


Self-confidence is about finding the self-control and mastery needed to take control of one's work (e.g., to manage one's time, workflow, and communication).

How to Identifying your  Strength-: Think about positives which are your key selling points talk about your personal characteristics; for example good analytical skills, determination, experience with specific software or products and problem solving.

Qualities of self-confident people-:

Maximize your specialties-: Many job candidates rely on generalizations to find employment, such as being a “people person” or an “organizational wizard.” These are great attributes, but you’ll stand out more if you give specifics.

Assess your knowledge, experience, and traits to find your strengths-: Start by answering the following questions that can help you identify your strengths. Then, look for common threads among your answers. Consider which talents, traits, and skills come up repeatedly. These are your personal strengths.

Strengths for Decision Making and Judgment-:Self-belief A leader is able to make quick decisions and stick by them. Here are some examples of strengths as they relate to sound judgment:

How to Identifying Weaknesses-: Negative areas you need to improve on be realistic and show that you realize and are aware of your weaknesses along with what you are doing to turn the weakness into a strength.

  • Point out the areas where you struggle and what you find difficult to do

  • Look at the feedback you receive from others

  • Be open to feedback and accept your weaknesses without feeling small about it. Look at it as an area of improvement.

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