Friday, August 13, 2021


Being confident means you have a healthy dose of ego which helps you succeed via your own strength in a professional way.

Confidence is often a reflection of your innate mentality. Being positive is within yourself, reflects your personality, thought processes put into action. Confidence is such an attribute to make people look bright, but where does confidence come from, and how can you build confidence?

The solid foundation underneath confidence is positivity, authenticity, knowledge, talent, humility, and wisdom: Beneath the ego is the desire to have meaning. Confident people are, first of all, independent thinkers, making up their own mind, being open to fresh thoughts or knowledge. To be confident, you need to discover and develop your talent, build on intellectual abilities through experience, training, and motivation to improve. Confident people with a positive attitude see the bright side; it is about being your best, not beating another in a negative way. You have to be confident in your abilities, attitude, become more knowledgeable in specific domains, and be confident to help seek out talent who can complement your skills or expertise.

Being confident is to have the right dose of ego - no more, no less: Being confident means you have a healthy dose of ego which helps you succeed via your own strength in a professional way. Being confident means you know who you are, your limitations and what you don't know, so you communicate in a consistent way. Everyone needs to have some ego for a sense of self worth. But too much of everything is bad including the big headed ego. Confidence is not equal to self-centered or arrogant. To put it another way, we need a well developed ego but we have to keep it under control. Too much ego has one thinking too much of oneself. Too little ego has one not believing in oneself. The pendulum can swing to either side. Reduce that pendulum swing so that it doesn't sway too far from center-balance, to reach the state of confidence.

Human beings are social beings, being confident implies a certain degree of sophistication: Sophistication implies being authentic, natural, intelligent, articulate, decent, paradoxical, etc. A sophisticated leader or professional with a confident attitude has a unique set of complex mindsets and recombined capabilities and skills to understand multifaceted situations and solve problems thoroughly. They can communicate with empathy, to understand others deeply or get to the heart of the matter, dig beneath the superficial layer, break down conventional thinking, transcend the interdisciplinary knowledge into deep insight.

Confidence is simply about believing in yourself. Confident people have a special mindset that, rain or shine, leads them to think positively. Confidence can overcome fears, and be courageous to take risks. Confident people with a positive mental attitude usually focus on strengths, opportunities, and develop creativity and strength through continuous practices.


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