#200: Born Fully Confident, Taught To Hesitate [WOYG Podcast]

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If you’ve ever raised a child or been around a young baby, you’ve seen a human being in his natural state of self-belief. He goes after what he wants with no hesitation or thoughts of what could go wrong. People admire him for it. And he often gets it!

You were the same way before you learned to talk and understand worlds like No and Stop and Don’t. So what happened to you since then? Who taught you to not be fully confident? And why did you accept and continuously apply this bad information to your life?

Today’s show explains why – and what you will now do about it.

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2 Comments

  1. Dre your confidence episodes are great, anyone who wants to uncover their confidence from the layers of dust and cobwebs this is the place to come.

    I can’t remember a specific event that made me lose confidence, it’s far sneakier than that and creeps up on you slowly and if you don’t know what to watch for, before you know it, you have the body language and the thought patterns of someone who lacks confidence.

    If you do nothing about it it will only get worst and will rob you of your life, you won’t do or experience the things you know deep down inside you want to do. That’s why it’s so important to work on yourself by listening to inspiring, empowering content in whatever form you choose. Then, and this is most important, applying the information to your life. Before long you’ll start noticing changes, usually small changes at first but it’s happening.

    Thanks Dre, since listening to your work and applying the things to my life I’ve noticed I’m walking taller, thinking clearer and working towards my goals. Your content is always appreciated and looking forward to your new Ted talk.

    • Great to hear this Colin. You are absolutely right that the lack of confidence comes on slowly, without us even noticing. Which is why it’s important to feed ourselves the material to stay confident continuously, even when we feel we don’t need it.

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