Who Says Mistakes Are Bad?Dear Friend,
You would be surprised at the number of people who think of themselves as worthless. They don't know how to cope with failure. They're always under stress, often thinking the world is coming to an end.
How about a little dose of self-worth - and self-confidence.
Anna Freud, the daughter of Siggy, and the founder of child psychoanalysis, said, "I was always looking outside myself for strength and confidence but it comes from within. It is there all the time."
Confidence gives you the capacity to get by your mistakes. Just leave failure on the ground and start climbing the ladder of success.
Confidence is not something you go and get. It's not at the mall, or the supermarket.
Confidence is a force - a source of energy within you.
Dr. Maltz says that your principal goal in life is to live and be happy, and that confidence is a state of happiness that is "a goal in itself."
Imagine that you are already there.
Live and re-live the positive experiences from your past.
Your mind cannot tell the difference between a true experience, and one that you have imagined.
You can store up confidence like electric power and use it on demand.
Once you have acquired the habit of confidence, success isn't far behind.
P.S. Yes, you can build your self-worth and self-confidence - and you can build it from within, with no reliance on others to give it to you. To find how you can tap into your remarkable internal source go here.
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