Our success and happiness depends very much on how we view ourselves. You could be the President of Universe, and still be miserable if you think you aren’t good enough. That’s why you often hear stories of super models and famous Hollywood actresses whom the world worships for their beauty, and yet they suffer from low self-esteem because of the way they look or feel.
There are also so many degrees of confidence. You may be completely confident in one thing, but not in something else. But that is about skills and experience. My questions today is about you – you as a person. Not about what you are good at, or what your skills are. It’s about how you feel about your self worth. I see the difference between those who have confidence and those who lack it. It’s all in the attitude.
What do you do when you walk into a room full of strangers? Do you cling to the walls and avoid eye contact? Or do you stride in the middle of the room, as if you have every right to be there?
Self-confidence is not arrogance. Self-confidence comes from inside. When you fully believe in your worth, you don’t sell yourself short. You behave like a person who has a right to exist. You behave like a person who has the right to being in places and talking to interesting people.
Would you describe yourself as a confident person? Or would you say you have low self-confidence?
ACTION YOU CAN TAKE TODAY:
Please share your answer in the comments, with as much or as little detail as you like. Are you self-confident? If you don’t want to share your answers in the comments, you can email me at dolly [at] kaizenjournaling [dot] com.