believe in yourself

Success is a word that is often revered in our culture. We all want to be successful, but how do we go about achieving it
The problem is we don't respect ourselves as being worthy of admiration. And even more harmful, we believe refusing a compliment or putting ourselves down makes us seem humble. It doesn't, it only diminishes us.
By simply eliminating should from your self-talk vocabulary today, you start thinking of your potential self that, when cultivated, will help you become who you were always meant to be.
As a women's self help writer, I get a lot of reader emails asking for advice on how to 'believe in yourself'. What I can
Pardon my passion, but there are way too many unbelievably talented people settling for their current existence, aka a job, because they are too scared to bet on themselves. Don't be the one caught on the wrong side of success!
Imagine if 18 time Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps' mother never took him to swimming practice, or if three time Oscar winner Meryl Streep was told not to audition for the school play.
Although we might not all be like Richard Branson and see the opportunity as it comes, there are ways we can learn to be more like him by overcompensating our weaknesses. We can turn weaknesses into strengths with a little extra work.
For most people, seeing is believing. The best advice that I can give on this is to just brush it off and keep on moving. Rejection is part of the process and you will hear a lot of it. The key is to take it and accept it for what it is (which is sheer opinion). After all, convincing is done in the doing.
Roughly 80% of students change their majors at least once during the course of their four years, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. College helps you decide what kind of person you are and the career best suited for you.
I said to him: "I have trouble believing in you." And then I said: "I think it's funny that people like you." One of the