Try shifting your focus from aiming to build confidence to giving yourself as many experiences of confidence as you can. Let it build through those experiences.
You can't win a game by focusing on winning. You have to do things that win. You can't build confidence by focusing on building confidence either. You have to do confident things.
Games are won because you execute specific actions with skill. Winning is the eventual consequence.
Confidence is also created because you execute specific actions with skill. As you experience it more and more, confidence is the eventual consequence.
Focus on creating that experience and your confidence will grow.
Everything is training for something. Do the work.
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