Do hard things.
- Waking up at 5am is difficult.
- Running very first thing within the morning is tough.
- Working on your business alone on a Saturday night is tough.
- Quitting your job to pursue what causes you to happier is difficult.
- Moving to a brand new place to search out better friends is difficult.
- Deciding what you would like to try to to together with your life is difficult.
- Doing hard things breeds confidence.
If you are doing these items, you may begin to develop self-esteem.
But what’s self-esteem?
- Esteem is respect and admiration.
- Self-esteem is respect and admiration for yourself.
That’s right, it means you’re thinking that you’re awesome.
And not in some arrogant way. We all know people like that and that they are not any fun.
Most often, behind the facade and underneath the layers, they’re simply seeking approval.
We all are.
Start by getting your own approval.
Understand that you simply have value.
“The man who doesn’t value himself, cannot value anything or anyone.”
― Ayn Rand
True confidence is knowing fully, that you just are ready to depend on yourself.