I know that if I believe in myself, I can accomplish almost whatever I set my mind to. I have an unshakeable sense of self-assurance.
Any concerns that my mind conjures up, as well as an action attitude that motivates me to seek answers to problems.
My self-confidence reminds me of “The Little Engine That Could.” When the bigger, stronger engines gave up the challenge, the small engine beat all odds and saved the day. When things became difficult, the tiny engine simply persuaded himself, “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can…” He was able to do so because he believed in himself.
I’m exactly like that little engine! When faced with a task, I repeat to myself, “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can…”
And I succeed because I know I can!
When I establish a goal for myself, I also set myself up for success. I devise a strategy that outlines all of the things I must perform in order to reach my goal. Those tasks become my manageable mini-goals. Once I have my plan in place, all I have to do is tackle my mini-goals one at a time until I achieve success!
It’s a fail-safe plan, and I’m confident of it. With my mini-goal technique, believing in myself is simple.
I also understand that difficulties are simply humps in the road. They can slow me down, but they cannot stop me. I believe that there is always a feasible answer ready to be revealed!
Today, I look forward to a successful day, knowing that my mantra will get me through anything.
Questions for Self-Reflection:
- Do I have faith in myself?
- How has my confidence helped me in the past?
- Can I utilize my faith to propel me ahead in the face of a current challenge?