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8 Quotes To Build Your Self-Confidence

Saturday, March 31, 2018

 

There are many different strategies and tips you can use when you’re feeling down and doubt yourself.

 

One thing that’s often overlooked is to look at the greats of history – the people we respect enough that 

their words and their writings survived the passing of time. And the idea is simple. Use famous quotes to lift you up and inspire you out of self-doubt.

 

That’s the goal of this short FREE GUIDE. Download it and over the next few pages I will share some of my favorite quotes with you that help you stop self-doubt in its track and instead boost your confidence and help you get through your day with a smile on your face.

 

Turn to these quotes whenever you’re feeling down. Copy your favorites and hang them in a prominent place, at your desk, in your kitchen, or just stick them on your bath room mirror to motivate yourself to start your day on positive and productive note.

 

Let’s dive right in with one of the literary greats that I’m sure you’ve heard of.

 

William Shakespeare

 

“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.”

 

Yes, we’re starting with William Shakespeare because he brings up a good point and the first and most important thing you need to realize about selfdoubt.

 

It is destructive because it tricks us into in-action. It tricks us into thinking that it’s better to give up than to try.

 

He also speaks about fear. Like it or not, fear is often the root of self-doubt and we’ll never know what good we’re missing out on because of it. Treat those feelings of doubts like the traitors Mr. Shakespeare recognized them as. Fight them, ignore them, do whatever you have to do to keep them from forcing you

into “fearing to attempt” to do what you’ve set out to do.

 

Download the FREE CONFIDENCE QUOTE GUIDE now and pass it on: CLICK HERE

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