I am confident enough to avoid self-doubt
I am confident enough in my own skin to avoid self-doubt. When I look in the mirror, I see someone whose opportunities and potential are endless. My confidence keeps me focused on meaningful goals.
Self-doubt is a detractor that tries to prevent me from going after my dreams. I avoid allowing it to stomp on my proven abilities and talents.
I use the success stories of others to motivate me.
My inability to reach a specific goal rarely equates to failure. Instead, I use the experience as a lesson in being better prepared. Those experiences help me develop even more self-confidence.
When I am confident, I inspire others to believe in me.
I know that I sometimes have less experience than required for a job. Although it is easy to allow that to turn into self-doubt, I avoid that at all costs. I know that I have the skills required for the job. I use my talents to boost my confidence and make me a true contender.
My confidence carries more weight than any of my shortcomings. Others are willing to give me a chance because I repel self-doubt.
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- When is it helpful to remind myself of my natural abilities?
- How do I help my kids believe in themselves and show confidence?
- Why does my confidence sometimes cause me to have unrealistic expectations for myself?