One of the things that held me back from pursuing my dreams for many years was fear of failure and the lack of self-confidence that I needed to overcome that fear.
It’s something we all face, to some degree, I think. The key question: how do you overcome that fear?
By working on your self-confidence and self-esteem. Without really thinking of it in those terms, that’s what I’ve been doing over the years, and that’s what helped me finally overcome my fears, and finally pursue my dreams.
Self-confidence is an essential part of entrepreneur. A person with self-confidence generally likes themselves, is willing to take risks to achieve their personal and professional goals, and thinks positively about the future. Someone who lacks self-confidence, however, is less likely to feel that they can achieve their goals, and tends to have a negative perspective about themselves and what they hope to gain in life. The good news is that self-confidence is something you can improve! Building self-confidence requires you to cultivate a positive attitude about yourself and your social interactions, while also learning to deal with any negative emotions that arise and practicing greater self-care. You should learn to set goals and take risks, as well, since meeting challenges can further improve your self-confidence.
Don't let low self confidence stop you from achieving your dreams and living your life.
Founder at Manasa Growth
I am an Engineer that transformed in to an entrepreneur & a keynote business speaker and trainer. I focus on developing actionable skills for fellow entrepreneurs that are looking to create virality in the products and services that they offer. I help entrepreneurs create and run high-powered businesses using the 3-pillars of successful entrepreneurship. What are those 3-pillars? The creation of Trust, the art of Frame Control and the energy to sustain Peak Performance, all enveloped with Virality are what drives people to the epitome of success.