Word of the Month – Confidence

Confidence

Week 4

“Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
Eleanor Roosevelt, American humanitarian and First Lady to Franklin Roosevelt

Confidence for Adults

You have the ability to achieve many goals and experience great success. The opinions of the people in your life can inhibit your drive to success, just as the fear of being wrong.
Someone’s opinion of your potential for failure or success is only relevant if you let it be. If you “consent” to his or her opinion that you are inferior, then that will be the basis of your
decision to do nothing. You will never know the joy of a challenge and the rewards of conquering it. Once again, you can’t move forward because you are more concerned about what others will think. There are circumstances when you should heed the caution of your friends, but, in the end, you must listen to and decide for yourself. The courage and the confidence to try something new come from within, not from the opinions of those who think you will be unsuccessful.

Confidence for Kids

You can be a great success. You can be very smart. Some people may still think you don’t have the ability to achieve your goals. They have a right to their opinions. You are in control of you. Have confidence that you can achieve your goals. The people who say that you can’t are not the same as the people who tell you to be careful. Always listen to a friend or family member’s advice. They want you to succeed. They also want you to be ready for the challenges. Their advice could help you achieve your goals. Remember, you have the confidence for any challenge. Focus on your confidence and your abilities to accomplish a great task, and you will.

Action For This Week

  • Should you allow other people’s opinions to stop you from working toward your goals?
  • When should you listen to other people’s advice?

 

~ C. Matthew White, Renshi

 

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