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Who are you? Genuinely and sincerely, who are you? And are you trying your best to be that person all the time, no matter where you are, whom you’re with, or the situations in which you find yourself? If you have true self-confidence, then you’ll find that whoever you are, that’s enough for you, and whatever you’re doing, that’s enough for you as long as it truly reflects who you are.
A strong self-confidence is one of the most important things we can develop if we want to get the most out of this life we’re in. And we lose our self-confidence when we put ourselves in situations in which we don’t really belong—when we’re trying to be something we aren’t. Books are full of stories of people who spent years pursuing jobs they weren’t qualified for or that weren’t fulfilling, or who wasted much of their lives doing things more to impress others than to use their own true skills and abilities.
And those stories can teach us something very important about ourselves and our lives—that when we’re true to who we are, we can’t lose our self-confidence because we’ll be doing what we were called to do, doing things that we know we can do well. And when we’re doing that, our lives become easier and more relaxed, for we don’t have to worry so much about mistakes and failures—we’ll still have both, of course, but in such a place in our lives we’ll be able to deal with them quickly and easily.
The greatest gift I can give to the world is to be myself. Anything else that I can give already has been given. And when I focus on being myself my life becomes easier, and I can be myself even better. What a great endless circle that becomes!
How many times have we heard about our attitudes, and how we should “improve” them if we’re going to get all that we can out of life, if we want to be happy? I’m not sure if the question at hand is really about improvement, though—I feel that I’m deciding which attitude to bring to which situation each day of my life, and that within me are all the positive attitudes that I need to make something special of my life—as long as I choose to bring the positive attitudes to each situation in which I need them.
When I see something beautiful that I desire, then I have the choice to say to myself, “I’ll never be able to achieve or attain that.” Or I can say, “Wow—that’s what I want to do or have! Now I just need to do the things I need to do to make it a reality.” The very attitude will allow me to open doors and windows that can allow me to get closer to my dreams. Imagine that someone has just given you a beautiful new house and told you it’s all yours. You walk up to the front door and try it, but it’s locked, so you sigh miserably, turn around, and walk away. You’ll never know that the back door is open, and also a few windows that you can get through. Your attitude has defeated you, not the locked door or the house.
The “crowd” tends to see life in terms of limitations. The people who surround us like to tell us what’s not possible to do. “You can’t get in that house,” they say, “because the door’s locked.” And if I get lost in how they see the world, then they’re right—I can’t get into that house because I see the world through the lenses of their limitations.
But if I have the attitude that I’ll explore possibility and potential rather than limitations and obstacles, then I will get into the house, and I will enjoy all it has to offer.
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