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Being Confident is Strong Worthy to Emulate
book-rating-imgREADING AGE 18+
John Edcel T. Clamor
Realistic Urban
Being Confident is worthy to emulate! (Title) I have this sense of lowliness. I can't do that. I don't want to try for others may laugh at me. You can actually here these statements from your peers or even your inner self whenever confidence hides within your soul. Learning and satisfying our curiosity are two of the best keys for us to transcend in life. We learn from experience and use all of those towards achieving a better version of ourselves. We need to go outside from our comfort zone and try new things for us to measure our strengths and weaknesses. But, how can we do those things if we are afraid to fail? How can we learn and discover something if we are afraid to be in an embarassing situation? Self-confidence, as defined by the University of Queensland, Australia- Student Services, is the belief of oneself and abilities and describes an internal state made up of what we think and feel about ourselves. This has been a great issue experienced by many especially the youth, most specifically the students who feels not confident with themselves or termed as lack of self-confidence. We're afraid to raise our hands in class because we do not know how to trust our instincts. We are afraid to tell our crush about our feeling because we don't want to be ignored. We don't want to share something to our fellows because we're frightened on how melancholic rejection is. We're afraid to do something because we're all pessimists thinking that everything that we're doing will produce negative outcome. However, have we ever ask ourselves these questions: What if I try to do this for me to be criticized and learn something significant? What if I confront my crush and confess her that I have this intimate feeling towards her, that I have fallen for her? Do you know the secret on how to achieve self-cofidence? Capital T-R-U-S-T!