The Reds travel to Wembley on Sunday to face Cardiff City in their League Cup final since 1996.
Bellamy is adamant that his attitude is of a placid nature nowadays and insists he puts his all into his performances in a Liverpool shirt.
“I am aware of the people I need to surround myself with and have more of a focal point of where I want to be in my life and how I want to be as a person,” the Welshman told reporters on Friday.
“Football is a complete hobby and I enjoy myself every day. I used to think I was obsessed but I am truly committed to my sport.
“I am committed to the club and the profession I am in and by doing that I give myself the best opportunity to be able to play well on a Saturday.
“When I go out I don't think about scoring or anything else apart from trying my hardest.
“If anything comes off then great. If it doesn't I can walk off truly knowing I have given my all and if someone was better then great.
“Going with that approach every day in training and in life has just clicked, it has made a difference.
“I have been able to control so many different things in my performance and the football looks after itself - it is a nice feeling every day.
“It has been eventful because it has all been in practice in training, taking weeks, not yelling when someone gives the ball away.
The 32-year-old also claims that he no longer lets media speculation affect him after accepting that he will not start every game for the Anfield outfit.
He added: “When you are young you are always pushing for a point to prove and you listen to the media more – 'Bellamy dropped' – and it hits you.
“I have realised that isn't usually the case and I believe in myself.
“Honestly, I feel so comfortable in myself at the moment that even if I wasn't on the bench it wouldn't mean too much to me because it would be someone else's opportunity.”