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Self-Confidence At Work

One interesting definition of confidence is ‘a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities and judgement’. Sounds quite simple really but what needs to happen for us to be able to trust our own abilities, qualities and judgments?

In our experience clients often need help working out exactly what their own abilities and qualities are. If you aren’t aware of them, how can you trust them?

This article has some interesting takes on confidence, over-confidence and also the difference between self-esteem and self-confidence.

The article below is written by Sirajuddin Aziz, the President and CEO of Habib Metro Bank.

Self-confidence at work

‘The pleasure that arises from inward beauty, serenity is due to the confidence that one has in one’s own inner truth.’ (Yi Tung) Self-confidence is ‘a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities and judgement. All failures of humanity are the result of man’s lack of faith and confidence in his true self.

 

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