The truth about confidence is that it REQUIRES courage.
If you take a good look back at your life, I bet you’ll see a clear connection between the times that you took courageous action and the defining moments when you became more confident. You’ll likely notice that these moments all involved:
Some examples of this might include:
Courage is contagious. When you do one courageous thing and subsequently build a little confidence, you automatically start looking for more opportunities to be courageous. Over time, you build momentum around being an action taker and dream chaser who enjoys the discomfort that comes with courageous action because you know the outcome will be a more confident sense of self, a more joy-filled life, and a world with bigger dreams realized.
When you don’t take courage action on a regular basis, you become complacent. You don’t see yourself as someone who can grow or meet new goals. You feel stuck, unmotivated, uninspired. This is painful.
So, choose your pain.
The pain of complacency or the pain of courageous action. One has a much more positive and powerful outcome.
Tune in to hear 7 ways to build courage that will train your brain to take courageous, confident, life-changing action on a regular basis.
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