We are royalty!
Today I am going to speak about believing in yourself. To believe in yourself you need self-confidence. What is self-confidence? You hear people talking about confidence every day, whether it is on television or on the street. Self-confidence is basically the belief in one’s own power and ability. Bernard M. Baruch once said “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.” It is very easy to tell if someone is lacking confidence, you could just look at their body language. Have you ever noticed that confident people tend to walk faster than a person with low self-esteem? Yes it’s a strange observation but it is true. There is no reason for you to feel ashamed about yourself, love the skin you are in. We are all beautifully and wonderfully made by God. Many people are simply afraid to think of themself as anything but average. Most people don’t live up to their full potential. If you just utilized your average ability you could achieve great things. We need to realize we have unlimited potential. The book “Understanding Your Potential” by Myles Munroe defines potential as: “All you can be but have not yet become; all you can do but have not yet done; how far you can reach but have not yet reached; what you can accomplish but have not yet accomplished. Potential is unexposed ability and latent power.” There is a vast pool of untapped ability in each one of us. The only question is, are you willing to seek it out and bring it to fruition? One mistake a lot of people make is trying to fit in, why fit in when you can stand out. Being different means, not being afraid to challenge the norm., being willing to take a chance, asking why, making your own track, not just following the well-trodden path, charting your own course and destiny and being the person that you were meant to be. I believe that it is a fact that everyone is born unique; but through the years we work very hard to be...
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