6. They don’t judge people.
Judging others, back-bitching is definitely not their thing because they believe no one is perfect.
These people have zero tolerance for unnecessary, self-inflicted drama.
They don’t feel the need to engage in sycophancy, participating in useless gossip about fellow co-workers or lash out at folks with different opinions.
They don’t feel the need to pull others down.
7. They don’t let lack of resources stop them.
However big or small, they will use every bit of resources to work up to their needs.
Confident people trust their potentialities. Lack of resources cannot restrict them to reach their goals.
They know that all things are possible with creativity and a refusal to quit. They don’t cry over spilled milk and are quick to pick up on solutions to every problem.
8. They don’t make comparisons.
Highly confident people know that they are not competing with others but themselves.
They compete with no other individual except the person they were yesterday. They are mature enough to understand that every individual is a unique creation and comparing them is a simplistic exercise in futility.
9. They don’t find joy in people-pleasing.
They might not agree to get into the shape of other vessels. They are not afraid to raise their voices.
Highly confident people won’t do anything for the sake of pleasing others. They believe in living on self terms rather than following rules imposed upon forcefully.
They focus on healthy connections and the quality of their relationships, instead of their quantity.
10. They don’t need constant reassurance.
Highly confident people know that life isn’t fair and things won’t always work on their whims.
While they know they can’t be in control of every event in their life, they focus on their power to react in a positive way that moves them forward. They do not need other’s reassurance.
11. They don’t avoid life’s inconvenient truths.
Highly confident people believe cutting the problem at the root will hinder the further magnification of the problem.
They know that unresolved conflicts have a way of multiplying as the days, weeks and months go by.
They would rather have an uncomfortable conversation with their partner today than sweep an inconvenient truth under the rug, putting trust at risk.
12. They don’t quit because of minor set-backs.
Highly confident people buckle up every time they fall down.
They know that failure is an unavoidable part of the growth process and they are no exception.
They will scrutinize what went wrong till they find out why their approach didn’t work. Learning from their mistakes they modifying their plan and try again Ceasing ideas for the day and calling quits is not a highly confident person’s style of dealing with problems.
13. They don’t require anyone’s permission to act.
Highly confident people need no permission from others.
They are self-sufficient and hence can take decisions for themselves. The decisions might not always be the correct one but it’s always their own. They have every right over it.
14. They don’t limit themselves to a small toolbox.
Need plan B? A highly confident person is always ready with one.
They are always ready with a second thought of every action that might take up.
They make use of all weapons that are at their disposal, relentlessly testing the effectiveness of every approach, until they identify the strategies that offer the quickest and the best results.
15. They don’t blindly accept what they read on the Internet as “true”
Highly confident people aren’t so easily convinced. They maintain a healthy skepticism which is very essential in the process of decision making about what is authentic and what is not.
They weigh every pros and cons, very minute details about everything before they believe it. They are not gullible or easily influenced by any information on the internet.