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Have Confidence, Believe in Yourself

Confidence
looks good on you
No matter what, we must believe in ourselves. Remember how I laid around (mostly at night) feeling sorry for myself? Well guess what? I wasted a lot of time just waiting for things to happen, waiting for things to fall out of the sky. Guess what else? It doesn't work like that. You have to get up and get going.

I always thought I was the most confident girl in the room. Now I know that wasn't the case, because confidence is when we're with people and when we're by ourselves. What do you in your alone time? How do you feel? That's when we know how much confidence we really have. Confidence is silent and confidence is loud, but not the rowdy kind of loud. The effective kind of loud where we're making a positive difference and making an impact.

Believe and
you will achieve
 As I go through life I realize what I need to do to put that confidence to work no matter where I am. How I make that work is by listening to God's voice, reading and listening to his word, listening to spiritual and positive music (doesn't have to all be gospel either, so don't let people give you a guilt trip on that), and listening and talking to positive people.

That's how I work on my confidence, which is the key to believing in myself more than ever and doing the things I was put on this earth to do.



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