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15 THINGS HIGHLY CONFIDENT PEOPLE DO NOT DO

Published On: April 29, 2014, By: Dorothy Gonzalez, Georgia

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15 THINGS HIGHLY CONFIDENT PEOPLE DO NOT DO    

 
Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve. If you donít believe in yourself, why should anyone else put their faith in you? To walk with style and improve your self-confidence, watch out for these fifteen things highly confident people donít doÖ

15 THINGS HIGHLY CONFIDENT PEOPLE DO NOT DO  | NEATBUZZ.COM

1. THEY DONíT MAKE EXCUSES.

Highly confident people take ownership of their thoughts and actions. They donít blame the traffic for being tardy at work; they were late. They donít excuse their short-comings with excuses like ďI donít have the timeĒ or ďIím just not good enoughĒ; they make the time and they keep on improving until they are good enough.

2. THEY DONíT AVOID DOING THE SCARY THING.

Highly confident people donít let fear dominate their lives. They know that the things they are afraid of doing are often the very same things that they need to do in order to evolve into the person they are meant to be.

3. THEY DONíT LIVE IN A BUBBLE OF COMFORT.

Highly confident people avoid the comfort zone, because they know this is a place where dreams die. They actively pursue a feeling of discomfort, because they know stretching themselves is mandatory for their success.

4. THEY DONíT PUT THINGS OFF UNTIL NEXT WEEK.

Highly confident people know that a good plan executed today is better than a great plan executed someday. They donít wait for the ďright timeĒ or the ďright circumstancesĒ, because they know these reactions are based on a fear of change. They take action here, now, today Ė because thatís where progress happens.

5. THEY DONíT OBSESS OVER THE OPINIONS OF OTHERS.

Highly confident people donít get caught up in negative feedback. While they do care about the well-being of others and aim to make a positive impact in the world, they donít get caught up in negative opinions that they canít do anything about. They know that their true friends will accept them as they are, and they donít concern themselves with the rest.

6. THEY DONíT JUDGE PEOPLE.

Highly confident people have no tolerance for unnecessary, self-inflicted drama. They donít feel the need to insult friends behind their backs, participate in gossip about fellow co-workers or lash out at folks with different opinions. They are so comfortable in who they are that they feel no need to look down on other people.

7. THEY DONíT LET LACK OF RESOURCES STOP THEM.

Highly confident people can make use of whatever resources they have, no matter how big or small. They know that all things are possible with creativity and a refusal to quit. They donít agonize over setbacks, but rather focus on finding a solution.

8. THEY DONíT MAKE COMPARISONS.

Highly confident people know that they are not competing with any other person. They compete with no other individual except the person they were yesterday. They know that every person is living a story so unique that drawing comparisons would be an absurd and simplistic exercise in futility.

9. THEY DONíT FIND JOY IN PEOPLE-PLEASING.

Highly confident people have no interest in pleasing every person they meet. They are aware that not all people get along, and thatís just how life works. They focus on the quality of their relationships, instead of the quantity of them.

10. THEY DONíT NEED CONSTANT REASSURANCE.

Highly confident people arenít in need of hand-holding. They know that life is hard and things wonít always go their way. While they canít control every event in their life, they focus on their power to react in a positive way that moves them forward.

11. THEY DONíT AVOID LIFEíS INCONVENIENT TRUTHS.

Highly confident people confront lifeís issues at the root before the disease can spread any farther. They know that problems left unaddressed have a way of multiplying as the days, weeks and months go by. They would rather have an uncomfortable conversation with their partner today than sweep an inconvenient truth under the rug, putting trust at risk.

12. THEY DONíT QUIT BECAUSE OF MINOR SET-BACKS.

Highly confident people get back up every time they fall down. They know that failure is an unavoidable part of the growth process. They are like a detective, searching for clues that reveal why this approach didnít work. After modifying their plan, they try again (but better this time).

13. THEY DONíT REQUIRE ANYONEíS PERMISSION TO ACT.

Highly confident people take action without hesitation. Every day, they remind themselves, ďIf not me, who?Ē

14. THEY DONíT LIMIT THEMSELVES TO A SMALL TOOLBOX.

Highly confident people donít limit themselves to Plan A. They make use of any and all weapons that are at their disposal, relentlessly testing the effectiveness of every approach, until they identify the strategies that offer the most results for the least cost in time and effort.

15. THEY DONíT BLINDLY ACCEPT WHAT THEY READ ON THE INTERNET AS ďTRUTHĒ WITHOUT THINKING ABOUT IT.

Highly confident people donít accept articles on the Internet as truth just because some author ďsaid soĒ. They look at every how-to article from the lens of their unique perspective by listening to their intuition. They maintain a healthy skepticism, making use of any material that is relevant to their lives, and forgetting about the rest. While articles like this are a fun and interesting thought-exercise, highly confident people know that they are the only person with the power to decide what ďconfidenceĒ means.

 
 

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