When I ask people if they could change ONE thing about themselves — but it must be something that’s both internal and intangible (no butt or boob jobs, and I cannot make you taller), what would it be?
The answer is ALWAYS the same.
You may have different ways of languaging it —
“I wish I believed in myself more.”
“I want to put myself ‘out there’ more often.”
“I want to ask for more / stop accepting certain things.”
“I would try more things / take more chances.”
— but the answer always comes down to the same thing.
What’s most interesting about this shared desire is that most people actively stop themselves from achieving the confidence that they want.
When they try toe cousin why, you’ll hear a lot of “I can’t” and “I shouldn’t” and “I’m not supposed to” that’s getting in their way.
Maybe you can relate.
I saw Tony Robbins speaking in person for the first time a couple weeks ago. Tony is known for preaching that 80% of success is in the psychology of the person.
I’m known for saying that 80% of that psychology is how much you believe in your ability to execute and implement all the stuff that you know and learn.
Because none of us is suffering from a lack of information.
I want you to watch two of my live presentations on confidence — on building it up from scratch, and why you don’t need to worry about having too much of it (even if you’ve been afraid of that happening).
I’ll also show you how you can build confidence that lasts — not some quick hype-up — in 30 days or less.
It’s all waiting for you at http://TooMuchConfidence.com.
Go there now and see for yourself.
Once again, it’s http://TooMuchConfidence.com.