Compared to people with high self-confidence, people with low self-confidence have a very harsh and critical view of themselves. They are inclined to make emotional decisions, rather than to think rationally. They tend to be in their caves instead of meeting new people. They try to avoid new businesses and to avoid meeting new people. A low-confidence person tends to think that there is nothing substantial or constructive to add to a process. This feeling of worthlessness, combined with a total denial of any change, makes a low-confidence person extremely susceptible to abuse and undervaluation. Unconfident people are reluctant to share their thoughts and opinions because they think opinions will be ridiculed in public. On top of that, their experiencesTheir past experiences and their interactions with people have done nothing to improve their self-esteem and change their perspective on their productivity and importance. This is where a productive atmosphere comes in. Each person learns from their surroundings and your self-confidence directly depends on the type of people you meet and the type of discussions you have. with them. While confident people interact with people from whom they have something to learn, less confident people are convinced that they cannot change and that they are going to be undervalued despite what they do.