Confidence Part 2: Confidence is Born of Experience

Experience is the second factor in building self-confidence. Self-confidence, like any other ability, is learned. Through repeated and educated risk taking, you gain experience and your confidence in your own judgment grows. Eventually, you are guided by the desire for achievement, rather than the avoidance of what you fear. This increase in confidence is the product of practice and experience. You can gain experience easily: Involve yourself in your industry’s trade association, Coach a local soccer, baseball, or football team, Volunteer your services to a local charity organization, Join a local Toastmasters, Rotary Club, or fraternal organization, Get on the homeowners committee, PTA board, or Save the Trees committee. Opportunities

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