In this episode, Joshua learns that there is no such thing as too much confidence. Arrogant people are put in the same category as selfish or rude people. True leadership comes from being sure of where your going and letting others know about it.
Too Much Confidence
Today, I’m going to share with you a quick lesson I learned about confidence. Are you ready?
There is no such thing as too much confidence.
Did you get that? You want it slower this time? There is NO such thing as too much confidence.
We all know that your success has a lot to do with your level of self-assuredness, self-confidence.
The more positive and definite you sound like with your decisions, the more likely other people are going to follow your leadership. You want to attract more people to your line of thinking, no matter what industry you are in. Bigger leader = more followers = more success!
Confidence is attractive.
And the higher your confidence, the more attractive you become to others. Simple, right?
But Joshua, too much confidence comes across as cocky and arrogant!
No. There’s no threshold. There’s no line you cross that makes you all of a sudden become cocky.
Cockiness and arrogance come on a different scale. They come from a lack of consideration for others. They are on the same scale as rudeness and selfishness. Cockiness and arrogance come out when your actions and decisions only benefit you don’t reflect consideration for the other person’s thoughts or feelings.
As long as you’re a genuine, authentic human being who thinks about the world around you when you make decisions, you have no danger of EVER being too confident in those decisions or in yourself.
What do you do to boost your self-confidence? How do you work on being sure of your decisions? Share with us in the comments below.
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While building his businesses from the ground up, Joshua Bevan sought out some of the best mentorship. He has learned that the path to success is difficult and simple at the same time. Joshua has committed his life to learning how to, “Earn all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.” Through videos, blogs and speaking events, he will pass that knowledge forward.