How You Can Be More Confident | Suzanne Kane
"Confidence comes not from always being right but from not fearing to be wrong." – Peter T. McIntyre I suffered from a lack of self-esteem and little confidence when I was an adolescent. The feeling of loss and not being good enough, or smart enough to get things done and fearful of trying anything new lasted through my teens and throughout the early part of my adult life. It wasn't that I was brought up deprived of love or lacking a comfortable environment, for my parents loved me dearly and I never knew hunger or felt diminished by our standard of living. I did, however, take notice of the confidence my peers at school and wanted desperately to be so confidant myself. Thus, my journey of building my self-confidence began. Maybe you can relate. Maybe you can benefit from some of the tips that helped me become more confident. Reward yourself for little victories. I didn't have much to start with, especially after my dad died when I was 13. I was utterly bereft, couldn't even cry