Questions to Ask Yourself:
1. Does my self-confidence come across as arrogance to others?
2. Do I recover quickly after a door is closed to me?
3. How can I teach others to embrace their inner strengths?
I am very aware of my strengths and exude confidence when those strengths are called upon to support me and drive me forward. I know what I am capable of doing and believe in my natural abilities.
I am confident in me.
I consider myself a go-getter and a high achiever.
Even when faced with insecurities, I exhibit the self-confidence to push through challenges and obstacles. I rarely allow my feelings to get in the way of the knowledge I need to master something new. Acquiring the knowledge paves the way to developing new skills.
In any new experience, my self-confidence conquers my doubts.
I allow others to see the kind of confidence that says, “I can do this!” When they see my confidence, they also feel more secure.
I know that my confidence will overshadow the inexperience I may have at the beginning of a new situation.
My self-confidence conquers the doubts that may be caused
by my inexperience.
Today, I remind myself that life is what I make of it.
I know that anything I want to achieve is doable and actionable,
if I simply believe in myself.
I am a living testimony to the fact that self-confidence has the ability
to knock down any obstacles in the way of achievement.