To build confidence in doing anthing, you must do the thing. Beyond that, it’s the way you practice that builds confidence. Why sub-optimal conditions and failure are better vehicles to build confidence than perfect circumstances and success.
The difference between falling and flying is what you’re telling yourself in the air. That’s why it’s called the air war.
Celebrate the risk, not the result. If you’re willing to risk failure you can’t be mad at yourself when you fail.
The same wiring that keeps us safe can also keep us small. Learn how to rewire your brain to boost your confidence.
If you’re a high achiever driven by success, the answer is likely yes.
It’s easy to say “don’t act from fear,” but how do you know when you’re in fear? And how do you know which path to take? We always know, even when we think we don’t know.
I am a big fan of American Ninja Warrior. On the surface, it offers a thrilling display of athletic achievement that inspires me to push my own limits. It also offers up a continuous stream of lessons that we can apply to life both on and off the course.