All our lives we’ve heard about self-confidence. We may wonder, “Do I have it?” “Where can I get some?” Self-confidence, contrary to popular belief, is not a thing that you are either born with or you’re out of luck. It can and should be developed. Self-confidence is not necessarily sprinkled into all facets of a person, either. A well to do self-confident business man or woman may struggle with public speaking. A top notch performer may struggle with anxiety before going on stage. We all have our unique talents and virtues. What we need to do is take stock of them so that we can reinforce our sense of self-worth and carry it over into those areas we are less sure of in our lives.
I want you to take the time to remember a time when someone told you, you couldn’t accomplish something – and you proved them wrong.