Motivational Power Quote
The True Meaning of Confidence
“Whenever you are asked, if you can do a job, tell them
‘certainty I can’! And get busy and find out how to do it.”
Theodore Roosevelt 1858 -1919, Twenty-Sixth U.S. President
As I see it . . . . . . .
The true meaning of confidence
Your mindset at the beginning of a new task . . . . will make all the difference on your outcome.
The true meaning of confidence is taking on a new task . . . . with the confidence that you will successfully complete the task.
Your confidence will show in the actions you take . . . . and in the way you go about your tasks to create successful results. In some cases you will have to sharpen your skills . . . . in other cases you will have to acquire new skills and techniques. In all case you have to go into the new task prepared to succeed.
The true meaning of confidence . . . . is to be prepared to succeed and have the mindset of a winner. Believe that you will be successful at the start of the new start task . . . . and make the commitment to active the desired outcome.
©2012 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author