Confidence is Key


Confidence plays a key role in our everyday life’s. It helps with self-esteem, improves anxiety, and life challenges. We go through something every day that involves having good confidence. For example, that could be job interviews, public speaking, school, sports, and many other things. It is important to install confidence at a younger age. School can especially be difficult. Bullying can tear down your self-esteem and make you sometimes question yourself. Which is why teaching them self-worth, knowing that anything is possible, and pushing kids out of their comfort zone is a great way to start.  

A lot of people don’t know what confidence looks like. Sometimes it can be confused as being the loudest person in the room or the best dressed, which is not always the case. True confidence is not about what you have. It’s about your actions and character, so sometimes the quietest person will have the most confidence that will shock you. 

   Now there is a difference between good and bad confidence. Being overly confident, self-centered would-be bad confidence. You should always want the opposite of that. Feeling good about yourself and accomplishing goals is considered good confidence. That is what you want to teach and install into younger and older minds. To maintain confidence, you must put in the effort. It’s not something you can achieve in a week or month. Setting out to try new things that pushes you out your comfort zone and doing self-affirmations, and not comparing yourself to others is a good way to maintain. Good confidence is possible to achieve, but you must be willing to want it.