Confidence Is Perishable

When everything is going great, it’s easy to have confidence.

And then something happens and we look over our shoulders wondering what’s about to go wrong.

One or two challenges to confidence and poof – we start wondering what’s wrong.

Confidence is as perishable as fresh food – when it doesn’t get consumed, it rots.

So, consume confidence.

Use it when it comes your way and save it for when you need a reminder (like on a list or inputted into a notes app on a smartphone that you can scroll through).

No one can escape the loss of confidence from time to time.

That’s exactly when it helps to use the confidence you gained previously to make it through the rough times.

Waiting for everything to go great is a long wait that is unnecessary when you dedicate yourself to reminding yourself of all the successes you’ve had.

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