Where’s the balance? Does it lie in humility or passiveness? Does it teeter-totter between compliments and a lack of acknowledgement? Confidence is necessary, not optional.
If you don’t believe in you, who else will? Oozing with confidence is not synonymous to a supercilious, haughty demeanor. It’s an undeniably dynamic aura that radiates from someone who feels self-assured, invincible and capable. I won’t dim my light for anyone. I will not shrink myself to make you feel more comfortable.
This is big energy, not lukewarm-indecisive energy.
Do you feel confident? If so, when do you feel most confident? I feel infinite and bold when I’m at the gym, when I’m writing, when I’m in nature, when I’m dolled up, when I’m dressed down. Confidence is a lifestyle.
Who are your idols? Do they lack confidence? I doubt it or they wouldn’t inspire you. But is there a such thing as too much confidence? I do believe that you can be too confident but only as it relates to predicting your own fate. In other words, I’m confident in my now and I proceed in a manner that should lead to a fruitful future but it’s nothing I can guarantee – I just keep showing up, the rest will work itself out. Without confidence, accomplishments occur by happenstance.
One more time for those in the back.
Without confidence, accomplishments occur by happenstance.
You can have whatever life you desire, rather it’s an abundant one or a mediocre one is a direct reflection of your confidence in your capabilities. You can do it, so get active and if they call you cocky and full of yourself just respond with, “And I am,” – drops mic.
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