Confident people always seem to be ready to do almost anything.
But when we are exposed to negativity, we become less confident.
Shakespeare said “assume a virtue if you have it not” and here’s how that works in our modern lives.
Saying “I can’t” or “I don’t think so” is you hurting yourself. Why do that?
All we have to give is 100% of what we have – everyone can do this. No exceptions.
When in doubt, think about something else you did that took courage even if it wasn’t similar.
Create IOUs to yourself for bravely doing things you didn’t think you could do and cash them in the next time you’re challenged.
Fear of failure is worse than failing from trying.
Banish that thought.
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