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Satindra Chauhan

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Which kind of behavior highly confident people always avoid ?


If you've ever wondered how to be confident, look no further than the following examples of people who are always in control and stay grounded:

- Natasha Denona, a global makeup artist and celebrity favorite.

- Sam Riegel, a professional magician who's been credited with helping over 300 people learn to do magic.

- Bill Gates, cofounder of Microsoft. He had a dangerous obsession with learning about computers at a time when they were just becoming mainstream in the 1980s.

- Elon Musk, the owner of SpaceX & Tesla Motors, is a billionaire.

In all of these cases, these people have committed themselves to mastering their areas...


- Becoming a master at their craft/profession.

- When to stop searching for answers and start achieving success.

- When to seek answers to questions instead of allowing them to consume them.

- Understanding the importance of destinies, even when it hurts you.

- Iterating and sticking to their process.

What do these people have in common? They've figured out how to master their fields and become the best in the world, and they did it without ever becoming overly confident.

Which type of action does a self-assured person always avoid?

When we're trying to master something, we tend to get too self-conscious and don't let ourselves do it. We get caught up in thinking things like:

"I don't know if I can do this... I'm such a screw up..."..."I'm not making any progress... I'm not talented like those other people..."

For the most part, it's our doubts that ultimately hold us back from becoming confident and successful. If we can't conquer those doubts, we're never going to achieve our potential as human beings. We're never going to fulfill our destinies as individuals.

What you need to ask yourself is:

"What is preventing me from achieving true confidence?"

"What am I afraid of?"

I think we all know the answer to this question: we're afraid to fail and be humiliated and embarrassed and ridiculed and judged by everyone around us. The funny thing is, the only way we can ever change that perception--is to change how others perceive us.