It is unreasonable to expect others to believe in you if you don’t believe in yourself first. That’s like expecting to win the lottery when you don’t even play. The world responds to us reciprocally. Simply, what we put out into the universe is exactly what we should expect to receive. If the world isn’t responding to you favorably, there must be something that you aren’t doing right. Examine and analyze the man in the mirror. Chances are that’s where the problem lies.
If we lack the necessary confidence required to succeed, we cannot blame anyone but ourselves. Some people live for compliments and think that they will die if they don’t receive them. Your goal should be to eliminate the need for others to accept you. Accept how God made you and work with the gifts you’ve been blessed with. Stop depending on others for validation. Besides, what others think about you is none of your business.
Commit to memory that confidence is something that can be learned. No one is born with a high level of self-confidence. Self-confidence is typically acquired through personal accomplishments and achievements. It is also necessary that you understand that your self-talk is critical to your self-worth. Avoid self-doubt and take calculated risks; two key ways to increase your self-confidence.
Believe in yourself and the rest of the world won’t have a choice but to follow suit.
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