It’s easy to forget your many successes in a fast-paced world.
If you want to constantly doubt yourself, keep focusing on what you think is wrong with you.
If you want to gain confidence, celebrate every success big and small.
Start a notes file on your phone.
Every time you have a success or accomplishment, add it to the list (latest first).
Scroll down often during the day and review all the things that you have accomplished.
It’s a human condition to think about faults rather than accomplishments, but people who exude confidence make it a commitment and daily ritual to remind themselves of what’s right about them.
You are the best source of confidence.
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