2 Timothy 1:7: For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.
“Self confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings” – Samuel Johnson
These 3 C’s are some of the key qualities needed to be a fantastic employee, leader and individual. They are:
Having confidence means believing in yourself, in your self-worth and abilities. Confidence begins from you trusting and having faith in God and believing in yourself. If not inherent, it can be learnt. It can be developed.
Develop the “I CAN DO IT” attitude. It’s one thing to just say it but it is a totally different ball game to work at it. The magic behind these words only come alive if you not only do the talk but walk the talk.
Confidence goes hand-in-hand with knowledge. When one is quite knowledgeable about anything, calmness and confidence naturally exudes from such an individual. Possessing the know-how and skill sets whether it is learnt or innate, help to boost one’s self-worth.
There isn’t any doubt that nervousness will still be in the play somehow but your ability to downplay and control it, is what counts. It is noteworthy to point out that nervousness is a somewhat blessing because it serves as a restraining tool that keeps you from getting overly confident which is never good.