People appreciate those who appreciate.
It’s a good saying, isn't it?
And it’s true: those who show appreciation to others are more liked than those who don’t.
What’s this got to do with confidence?
Well, showing appreciation for somebody’s deeds requires you to humble yourself before somebody and tell them they did a good job.
It requires letting go any pride or feelings of superiority.
It screams confidence to me, that someone is secure enough to elevate those around them above themselves.
And you know, once you get into a habit of it, it feels good. It also lays the foundation for long-term confidence.
As long as it’s genuine, you’re more likely to be viewed as a leader, an encourager, and, well, just as an all-round decent person.