If you listen to Dale Carnegie’s words, he said, “Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit at home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”
If you suffer from low self-confidence, you might be stuck in some negative mindsets that are affecting the way you think about yourself and, ultimately, your self-esteem. Negative mindsets tend to have a lot of “always” or “never” talk, creating a sense of entrapment and hopelessness. In today’s show, you will understand such mindsets and how you can counter them with one simple positive process.
In this episode you will discover:
- the right trigger words to keep your thoughts in the positive frame of mind
- the very first step you need to take to build confidence
- the message I use to pick myself up every time, and it works!
Being positive and optimistic is the only way to go when you want to excel as an athlete. However, life throws us a curve ball sometimes and we have to play a whole new ball game. This is a test, a test of time, a test of grit, a test of our courage. Fear is always in the air. No great athlete in this world has ever felt fearless. They are lying if they told you they are never scared. What they do have is a fat confidence account to tap into when in need. Then they top it up again and save it for another rainy day. You can do that too!
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