Building Your Courage to Increase Your Self Confidence
Action is a great restorer and builder of confidence. Inaction is not only the result, but the cause, of fear. Perhaps the action you take will be successful; perhaps different action or adjustments will have to follow. But any action is better than no action at all.
Norman Vincent Peale
Hello and welcome to thirty days of building your courage and increasing your self-confidence. It’s an important topic and something we can all benefit from. As we spend this month learning and thinking about courage and self-confidence let’s keep our eyes on working through the issues that keep us from living our best life.
The basic idea is simple. For the next 30 days, you’ll find a new post on the topic here, and I invite you to sign up for daily emails that remind you to stop by to read each post.
We’ll be exploring:
The connection between courage and confidence.
Why they are both important.
How you can become more courageous and increase your self-confidence on a daily basis.
The end goal is to have a bag of tools to help you continue to become more and more confident after this month of exploration is over.
You will see a big boost of courage and self-confidence throughout the challenge itself, if you take action. Knowledge with no action will not magically equal change.
If you’ve been struggling with your own feelings of self-confidence and self-worth, or simply been too scared and intimidated to go after your dreams, you know that this is an important topic.
Increasing your level of self-confidence will make you feel better about yourself and help you move forward in life and finally get the results you want.
Most importantly, how courageous and confident we are has a direct effect on how happy and accomplished we feel. In other words, finding your courage and self-confidence is something well worth pursuing.
Are you ready to join me and commit to a 30 Days of exploration and working on your own courage and self-confidence? Like anything that involves human growth and self-improvement, it’s not always going to be easy and I’ll ask you to step out of your comfort zone from time to time.
That being said, I promise you it is well worth working on this particular aspect of personal development and you can gain quite a bit by sticking with it.