More than ever before we are overwhelmed by information. Advice, news, and opinions hit us from all angles. This makes it tougher to believe in yourself.
Thanks to the bombardment of information, it can be easy to lose faith in our own judgement and understanding. And yet, we have access to more free information than ever before.
There are some who don’t want us to use that information. Instead, that loss of faith and trust in ourselves is what some people want. Many “leaders” don’t want you to be confident and believe in yourself.
The more confidence and belief you have in yourself, the more difficult you are to control. Instead of just listening to what others say, you will check it against your own judgement, your own wisdom, and your own instinct.
That is where true freedom emerges. When you begin to believe in yourself, in your own mind and your own instincts, you can become aware of power within yourself that you never knew was there.
Believe in yourself, even when others don’t
Many people are still caught up in the system, in looking outward for what to believe and what to say. Some will resent you if you believe in yourself and trust your intuition and instincts.
But that resentment is based on fear, the fear that many leaders want us to feel so we doubt ourselves and give our power to them. But that is not true leadership. It is only fear-based control. When you become determined to trust and believe in yourself, you become free of that fear and that control.
By believing in yourself you can be a different type of leader. A true leader who sets an example not through coercion, but through inspiration.
As you become more inspirational you will draw others around you who will help strengthen you and inspire you in return. When you believe in yourself there is no limit to what you can achieve.
Imagine the possibilities and you can make them happen. Believe.