Many of us know that we would benefit greatly from increased sense of self confidence; after all, a lack of it is often easy enough to identify! If you are lacking self-confidence, you are much more likely to let people treat you badly or take advantage of you. You might also have a tendency to fall short of your real potential at work or school, or even in your interpersonal relationships. If any of these above descriptions sound like you, chances are, you need to work on your self-confidence a little
Posts from ‘May, 2008’
Have you ever been afraid to talk to a peer or client because you didn’t think you looked your best? Worse yet, did you think you weren’t ready to tell them anything they wanted to hear? In retrospect, you know that approaching the circumstance with confidence would have made all the difference
Can you claim with complete certainty that within you is a powerful healing presence? Do you speak the words “I am healed in every way” every morning with inner conviction, remaining calm in the face of appearances and adversity, expecting new and wondrous results? Or do you mutter affirmations and then proceed to neutralize every positive idea you spoke once you read the morning paper, listen to the TV or have coffee with a friend trapped by gossip or greed?