Confidence is a belief in oneself, the conviction that one has the ability to meet life's challenges and to succeed—and the willingness to act accordingly.
It was a total miscalculation on my part. And I got some serious feedback to prove it.
1. Know what you’re here to do
The conviction that you have the ability to meet a challenge begins with being super clear about what challenge you’re there to meet.
2. Listen like you mean it
Ask probing questions to extract more meaning.
3. Let them see the sausage-making
Confidence is knowing you don’t know everything.
4. Say the bold thing
Arrogance encourages you to say what someone wants to hear; confidence allows you to say what they need to hear.