My self-image is healthy and balanced. My confidence builds me up.
My demeanor shows my confidence. I stand up straight and make eye contact. I take deep breaths and wear a big smile. I pay attention to my body language and appearance.
I set specific goals. I give myself something ambitious to strive for each day. I measure my progress and evaluate my strategies. I continue learning and adding to my accomplishments. My life is active and interesting.
I finish what I start. I am creative and flexible. I persevere through setbacks. I prove that I am capable and trustworthy.
I promote myself without bragging. I stick to the facts. I share credit with others,
My humility keeps me on track.
I keep things in perspective. I know when I need to relax and slow down. I see the humor in difficult situations. I am able to laugh at myself.
I ask for help when I need it. I understand my strengths and limitations. I reach out to others, instead of assuming that I know the answers. I value their feedback and expertise. I am grateful for their cooperation and assistance.
I am considerate of others. I care about their happiness and wellbeing. I respect their time and apologize when I fall short of expectations.
Today, I believe in myself and my potential, while recognizing that I need others in order to succeed. I am realistic and centered.
- How can I be confident without seeming arrogant?
- How can I be humble without seeming insecure?
- Why does a leader need to be both confident and humble?