Real confidence is not needing references, testimonials, and credentials saying you’re awesome. You already know it.
Real confidence is having seen the worst of battle and walking just as tall or taller than you did before.
Real confidence means seeing the equal humanity in all people and, therefore, not bowing down to others, because they have more experience, glamour, or awards than you do.
Real confidence means saying the truth and standing behind it.
People with real confidence command attention via who they are, not what they’ve done.
Once we understand who we are, we can’t help but have real confidence.
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