Confidence


Confidence is one of those traits which can be difficult to acquire.  Yet, some people positively ooze the stuff.  What makes one person daring enough to face up to challenges while another will wither and crawl away?

Self-reliance is involved.  The innate ability to believe in oneself.  Not always an easy thing to bring about.  It takes a certain amount of courage to possess an unwavering knowledge that all will be well.  

It is a skill that can be learned.  Affirmations help, however the quickest way to achieve confidence is in positive self-talk.  Build up your inner belief by replaying all the good that is in your life.  Constantly, put a favourable spin on even the worst of times.  If there is a lesson to be learned and knowledge is gained, be assured that that should be the recurring thought one must focus on.

Confidence can be a fragile thing; easily lost and painstaking to regain.  Over-confidence is frowned upon, to the point that the person bursting with this certianty can be thought of as arrogant.  A quiet confidence is far more palatable to our human sensibilities.  All aspects are to be admired.

There are courses and coaches willing to teach the finer points of bold thinking.  Most of us muddle through on our own and achieve what we can.  It is easy to be sure regarding things we are good at.  Do not doubt that practise will bring about an effortless conviction.

Keep striving to reach soaring heights.  The efforts involved will strengthen the confidence muscle.  We all have lapses in trusting ourselves.  Audacity will win the day.  Be brave in the face of adversity.  Charge forward knowing it will all be fine.

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