Confidence in one’s own abilities

What is true is not contrary to the laws of nature, but it goes against the laws of truth when it relies on its own limited abilities. These abilities are based on learned goodwill, which requires time to prove and confirm its activities as right or wrong. Self-confidence in one’s own strengths is subject to changes that often do not suit human beings. Although self-confidence encourages a person who possesses courage, knowledge, and skills, sooner or later exhaustion occurs, when even the simplest tasks become difficult. If even the simplest activities are burdensome, how will we cope with the weight of our own development that we must carry every day? Will we often stumble under that burden and be incapable of further progress? Personal development carries a lot of daily baggage. It is not a problem to stumble; what matters is whether we can rise and continue forward. Although it is tempting to stay within our comfort zone and remain in the same place, over time it becomes tiresome because stagnation exhausts us, while dynamism strengthens, achieves, and positively influences our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Activities lift us up, whether they are of a mental, emotional, or physical nature. Let us remember the feeling of attraction that arises among people; let us remember those moments of motivation that are full of energy, free from pale and inactive states.

A lack of self-confidence often leads to dysfunction and can be said to be prevalent in today’s world. This is especially noticeable considering the high expectations placed on individuals, both in the workplace and in their personal lives. What is sought is what a person can offer in an era of competition and rivalry, in pursuit of progress and achievement.

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