Confidence Killers

 4 Habits That Kill Confidence

  1. Failure to Start
    This is the state when you constantly doubt yourself. You know what needs to be done, but don’t do it. Examples include rumination, overthinking, and procrastination. This habit paralyzes you, fuels self-doubt, kills confidence, and leads to self-criticism.
  2. Failure to Commit
    This is when you don’t stick with your commitments. Examples include failing to finish what you start, getting bored, or not going anywhere. This habit leads you to doubt yourself if you did the right thing. It ultimately leads to hesitation.
  3. Failure to Enjoy the Journey
    This is destination obsession. It’s when you always put pressure on yourself and tell yourself that you should be “doing more”. Examples include comparing yourself with others or thinking there is always more to be done. This habit exhausts you and burns you out.
  4. Failure to be Yourself
    This habit involves constantly conforming to others’ expectations or trying to be someone you’re not. Examples include wearing a mask to hide your true feelings or denying your own values and beliefs. This habit not only erodes your self-confidence but also leaves you feeling disconnected from your true identity. “Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend.” – Lao Tzu


Vince Lombardi said, “Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.”

Mark Twain said, “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.”