Self-confidence is, at its core, one’s ability to trust in one’s self. It sounds simple enough, but it’s way more complex than it seems. We often look up to those who seem to have self-confidence all figured out. So, what can we do to build our own self-confidence?
It’s a harsh proposition to start before you’re ready. After all, you are not ready for it, are you? The research, though, reveals that waiting to be ready is a fallacy. In fact, starting way earlier guarantees a better path toward success than waiting for the elusive perfection.
Fear of rejection affects most of us. From rich to poor, from confident to timid, and from successful to less successful, everyone fears rejection one way or another. So the question then becomes, how do you get over it?
Strengths and weaknesses… They make us or break us. How do you leverage your strengths to overcome your weaknesses? What are your strengths, even? How do you leverage them to accomplish more, and how do you callus your mind to resist those impeding weaknesses?
Would you believe anyone who tells you that you can hijack your brain from self-sabotage in just 5-seconds? It sounds crazy, just like it did for its creator, Mel Robbins. It sounded crazy until it didn’t and changed her life forever.
Have you ever felt like a “fraud”? Like someone could discover the real you and you’d be in a pickle? Well, you are not alone. We’ve all experienced the impostor syndrome at some point in our lives. But the good news is, you can learn a few ways to overcome it and beat it.
To begin understanding the locus of control, you must ask yourself one question: Are you in control of your life, or is life controlling you? That’s a good question, but one seldom asked by many of us in our day-to-day lives. However, as you will read further, the way we perceive the level of control …
A person makes an average of 35,000+ decisions a day, but only a handful of really important ones. So you need a good framework to optimize that decision-making process.