We never know when this power, confidence, will pop up. And confidence is a powerful tool as well as a blessing.

If you are committed to something happening and it concerns your actions, of course you will be confident. You may not appear confident on the job if you kowtow to what everyone else wants instead of speaking your mind.

An ingredient of confidence is taking a stand about your beliefs. Of course, only the beliefs you are willing to share at work! You know the difference.

What about making mistakes? We all make mistakes; however, it is the confident person that can own up to them.

Do you accept compliments gracefully? If you do, you are confident. If you dismiss the compliment and say it was no big deal, you are denying your confidence.

In order to be consistently confident, you may need some focus. Confidence is success in and of itself, however, confidence can also lead you to specific successes in your work and personal lives. This step is tied up with your goals and expected outcomes. Confidence is about having faith in yourself and your actions.

Success is about moving forward despite any challenges you may encounter. Actions move you forward to experience accomplishment. It begins by cultivating confidence in yourself no matter what outside influences exist. Patience is a key to making it.

Do you accept compliments gracefully? If you do, you are confident. If you dismiss the compliment and say it was no big deal, you are denying your confidence.

People who lack confidence make excuses for their mistakes; those who do have confidence are ambitious. Look around you and determine who is confident and who is not. Spend time with those who are confident, those who have their own sense of well-being. These are the people to spend your precious time with.

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Joanne Victoria, host of the San • IT Project podcast, author of 7 books including Lighting Your Path - How To Create the Life You Want, partners with Entrepreneurs who want better want better Life-Work Harmony and more clarity, more confidence, more fun and more success.
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