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Believing in myself is a daily goal.

In my everyday life, I experience occasional challenges. Meeting these head-on takes self-confidence and tenacity. I remind myself that I can make it through any issue and be a stronger person for it. I can learn something valuable from facing challenges.

My life improves based on how I rise to the occasion of a difficult event. Therefore, believing in myself is important. Belief in myself means that I trust myself to face challenging situations, regardless of how troublesome they may seem.

As long as I believe in myself, my life continues to move forward in positive ways. When I have confidence in myself, I am free. There’s no need to depend on or cling to others because I know I am successful. I trust that I have the power to do whatever is necessary to have a good life.

When I am at work, I confront sticky situations with assurance. My co-workers know I can handle whatever occurs on any given day. My trust in myself is obvious. I believe in myself every single day. I can do anything I put my mind to.

At home, I step up to show that everything is under control. Because I believe in myself, I am there emotionally for my loved ones. I understand the power of being a role model in my family. If I show self-confidence at home, my children and extended family members also learn to believe in themselves.

Today, I am sure I can handle any challenges that may arise. I am confident about my future success. Truly, I believe in myself.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I believe in myself? If not, why not?
  2. Am I confident at work and at home? Do others seem to be aware of my self-confidence?
  3. What can I do to increase my self-confidence?