Cultivating Confidence

Tammy Miller
November 26, 2019

Focus on your worthiness, because that has already been predetermined.

Self-confidence comes from your mind. I trust that I can figure this out. Everything is figureoutable!

Lack of confidence comes from doubt, confusion, second-guessing. Confusion is an indulgent emotion.

Confidence is believing in your ability to get it done. The things that rob us of self-confidence is our thinking!

Self-confidence comes from your brain, it comes from our thinking about our thinking. Believing you are worthy and capable and not needing approval from others. Knowing that you are worthy and coming from a quiet space of humility. We are all worthy and capable!

The only thing that is holding you back is your belief of what you are capable of doing. What is it that you believe about yourself? Remind yourself of your infinite potential and you will step into greatness.

Everything you dream about is available to you, if you stop doubting yourself and you start believing in yourself you will see amazing results!

First of all, I want you to check in with yourself and ask yourself this question what is my opinion of myself?

What you think creates the results in your life. Manage your mind!

Self-confidence does not indulge in confusion and out. You have to be willing to risk rejection. Haters come from scarcity and competition. What’s the worst thing that can happen? The important thing is what you “make something mean.”

Be confident. Believe in yourself. This serves you and others. Confidence comes from a space of believing and trusting that you can do anything that you put your mind to!.

Don’t seek approval. Seek your own approval. What is your opinion of yourself? Use courage to generate confidence!

I have a story I want to share with you about confidence.

I shared with you that in order to generate more confidence you have to use courage.

Recently I had to have a really difficult conversation with someone. This had been a conversation I have wanted and tried to have for decades. There was always so much resistance and it was never a good time to talk about it. So frustrating! (My thoughts).
The opportunity presented itself as this person sent me a message saying things that they may have not said to my face. I knew this was finally the opportunity to have this much needed conversation.

I recognized I was doing just about everything to avoid making the call.

My heart was pounding. My hands were shaking. Feelings of fear and doubt swept over me.

30 seconds of courage….

I picked up my phone – still shaking. My husband was sitting by me and sharing words of encouragement and comfort. Go, Dave, you are the best and my greatest moral support and cheerleader.

My brain kept telling me “this is too hard, too scary, what if it doesn’t go well?”

I knew I couldn’t put this off any longer.
I needed to have this conversation so that I could give space for those emotional wounds to heal, finally.

I dial their number, and seriously there was a part of me that hoped it would just go to voicemail…

A few niceties were exchanged, and then this person said something in reference to the text and said it’s all good everything’s good.”

I wasn’t going to just dismiss that with an “ok.” That would’ve been easier, however, I’d still be frustrated and sad about the unresolved things that I had never been able to give voice to.

I shared with them that this conversation was necessary for both of us to heal. I was able to speak and use my voice to this person for the first time in my life. It was scary, exhilarating, intense, freeing all wrapped up in one.

I prayed for the courage to have this conversation – and that I would finally be able to use my voice to fully express my emotions. I shared some really hard experiences I had been through, and you know what?! It felt so good to finally be heard. My biggest realization was I didn’t need them to validate me or my feelings one way or the other. My Father in Heaven and Savior have already validated that for me.

I know I can do hard things.
I want to remind you that YOU can do hard things.

Sometimes it just exercising 30 seconds of pure, crazy courage. This is one way to build your confidence. Claim, exercise and cultivate the courage to take action no matter how afraid you are.

Blow your own mind by exercising courage in your life. Just remember you are amazing and you have potential is infinite!


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