Self-Confidence Matters

You need to ask yourself, ‘how am I building the self-confidence of the people around me?’

A multiplier helps others find their area of strength and encourages/challenges them to greater heights than they themselves felt possible.  They make others feel brilliant.

A diminisher sucks energy out of a room by having to be the smartest person there.  They make others feel dumb.

And if you think that self-confidence doesn’t affect how people perform, check out Tiger Woods.  He went from being a consistent winner to being a consistent loser all based on how his perception of himself changed.

Eroding someone’s self-confidence is a very expensive venture.

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