Confidence is one of the most attractive and sought after things in this world, but like most things worth having it comes at a price. Confidence is not something you are born with or something that is taught, but it’s something that you know without a shadow of a doubt that you are not wavering in who you are and what you believe.
The cost of confidence is not material. You can’t just go to the store and buy confidence nor should you pay someone to teach you true confidence. True confidence doesn’t rely on things money can buy it relies on how you feel about yourself.
Confidence like anything worth having will cost you emotionally. Not everyone is going to like how confident you are and how much you change because of it.
True confidence is looking at the ones who walked away and still keeping your head up because you know that you haven’t moved in your beliefs.
Be careful not to walk over the fine line of arrogance and confidence. Arrogance is defined by overbearing pride or offensive display of self-importance. While confidence is defined as an assurance that you feel towards someone or something. The key to true confidence is don’t go around explaining how confident you are. True confidence through your actions not through words.
True confidence is where no matter who walks away and who mistakes you as arrogant you can still stand because you know that you are confident in who God has made you in to be. So lift you’re head high and no matter the cost stay confident in who you are.
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