We often struggle with new challenges due to the lack of self-confidence. It’s not unreasonable that you may have to work harder at something than another, but that doesn’t excuse you from trying. Many people like to take the easy way out and depend on superficial things to exude self-confidence such as: their physical appearance, material goods and wealth, but how you look and what you possess are all exterior.
Building self-confidence is a process that begins internally and grows into a pattern over time. It’s an attitude. Your perception of yourself will eventually bleed over to how others perceive you. Self-confidence affects every aspect of your life and typically stems from several sources; from within, others, and your personal achievements. Confidence is not about being able to do everything, but having realistic views of who you are and the approach you take to meet your overall expectations