I am kicking out high levels of positivity these days, I can’t imagine how far this blast of energy will go. As I tell people every day, I am all about WORKING. I LOVE TO WORK, for me working is not a task, it’s a mentality of putting forth effort.
When I am working, I am putting forth massive amounts of energy. You might not always see what I am actually working on, and how I am doing it, but I am highly active and engaged.
Whatever you think I consider work or what you perceive I am actually doing, I am doing far more work in my mind to align and plan and plot out routes that were never created. I think this is the main misconceptions people have about me. They only see what is standing in front of them. I am looking far beyond what you can actually see, feel, experience, and what will happen after doing the task or amounts of effort, what will be the major effect or result. It’s a tough road being a uber creative, intelligent, and professional person of my statue.
I just wanted to share this post with the world and for myself to read and remember to explain to someone at a future date. You see, I did the same action I just spoke about in this post. 🙂
Are you a confident person? Well confidence is a very important of self for you to work on and develop. As one of those old saying goes, “if you don’t believe in you, then who will?” Having confidence is a very sexy trait to have. It also showcases intelligence, self-awareness, strength and dominance. Here are five things, I think having a good amount confidence can help with.
3. Low self-esteem
For one to have at least something in life that they are confident about will help you to have a happier life. Whether is a talent, skill, work ethic, knowledge, religion or appearances, having confidence in yourself is sexy and have a refreshing appeal about it. So if you are someone with low self-esteem, it would be a great idea to seek a life coach or a good friend or family member to be your stone who showcases their standout appeal you want to be apart of you. Never be too shy to ask for help or assistance, for the quicker you seek help the much better you will be down the line. The more you know about yourself, your limits, and what you are able to do if you put your mind to, will enhance your confidence.
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Confidence can be the decisive factor to a promotion, being on a sport team, getting that new job or even a partner in life.
Confidence is generally described as a state of being certain either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Self-confidence is having confidence in oneself. Arrogance or hubris in this comparison, is having unmerited confidence—believing something or someone is capable or correct when they are not. Overconfidence or pre-sumptuousness is excessive belief in someone (or something) succeeding, without any regard for failure. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate ability. (Excerpt via Wikipedia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confidence
Can you control yourself? Can you control on minimize your emotional bond something on command or after relative factors? How well do you know yourself? These are a few questions people in control of their lives and abilities can answer easily. We as people should work on discipline and teach our children the art of self-control. It’s a very useful tool that can help you within your life. Having self-control helps in many factors in our lives such as quitting a habit, ending relationships, knowing what your values are in situations, staying focus, motivation and much more. When you are in control you can always dictate your outcome more towards your liking. In life somethings are unavoidable, but wouldn’t it be a strength and great value to have when you can turn on or off your actions to various situations that includes your involvement?