I show up with courage and confidence.

I hold my head high and look the world straight in the eye. Regardless of the circumstances, I have enough faith in myself to stand tall and face my challenges directly.

I refuse to hide from my difficulties. I know that what I want most lies on the other side of them.

I have the courage to keep moving forward and the confidence to expect success.

Courage leads to confidence, and confidence leads to success.

What I want most in life is to be happy, healthy, and successful. The best way to find happiness is through confidence.

Strong confidence is true freedom – freedom over myself and my fears. This type of freedom is possible through courage.

Courage is ultimately the mastery of fear.

I can have courage and still be afraid. In fact, courage is only possible in the presence of fear.

In fact, courage is only possible in the presence of fear. Click to Tweet

I am okay with feeling afraid. Fear is only a type of negative energy passing through my body. I allow it to exist and to pass through. I face my fears on a daily basis.

I have the confidence to believe I can accomplish anything as long as I am committed.

Courage gives me the ability to deal with fear. Confidence gives me the certainty that everything works in my favor in the end.

I am confident in my abilities, strength, and fortitude.

Today, I act with new levels of courage and confidence. I confidently and courageously confront my challenges. I face my fears and overcome them.

Questions for Self-Reflection:

  1. What fears in my life am I hiding from?
  2. What can I do today to develop more courage?
  3. Where am I lacking in confidence? Why?
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Allegra Sinclair is a professional coach and confidence expert. She hates to see women living small and loves to help them change how they show up in the world.

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