Self-confidence comes from achievements not talk.
People who are very successful are often full of themselves but we tolerate it because they have achieved something important and/or made a lot of money.
But money is not a marker for confidence.
We believe in the pilot of our flight to get us to our destination safely.
What if the pilot didn’t have the same belief?
In our lives if we don’t or for some reason won’t believe in us, why should we expect anyone else to?
And once we have secured the confidence in our abilities, no one can take them away.
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