Affirmation: When I believe in myself, so do others.

I have a positive view of life that others find attractive. I believe in my ability to be successful in any situation. When others see this high level of confidence, they believe in my ability to be successful, too. 

Success and self-confidence come very easily to me.

Others like to be around me because I believe in myself. It makes others feel safe, comfortable, and confident. 

I only allow positive thoughts to occur in my mind. I regularly imagine myself being successful and I fully expect success in everything I do. Each success breeds future successes.

From time to time, I do struggle, just like everyone else. But I always maintain belief in myself. My self-confidence is unshaken in any and all circumstances. It feels natural to believe in myself.

I believe in my ability to conquer any challenge that occurs in my life.

I am a survivor. I thrive in challenging situations. Others can sense the level of belief I have in myself, and it makes them believe in me even more.

Today, I release any self-doubt I may harbor. I believe in my abilities and in my potential for success. I can see how much others believe in me, as well, when I believe in myself. 

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are my 5 greatest successes?
  2. In what areas do I have self-doubt?
  3. How can I have more confidence in those challenging areas?

Listen to Unlocking Your Natural Confident Mindset as each week Cynthia delivers more tips for how you can improve your confidence.

Episode #033:Side-Stepping a Midlife Crisis Unlocking Your Natural Confident Mindset

Episode #033:Side-Stepping a Midlife Crisis How’s this for irony? The term “midlife crisis” was coined by a 48-year-old man. A midlife crisis refers to the tendency of people in early middle age to undergo an emotional exploration of self-identity. Whether this actually occurs or if it was just an idea perpetuated by TV sitcoms is immaterial. One of the most frustrating consequences of this concept is that if you dare to take on a new habit in your 40s, people will assume you’re having an identity crisis. But in your 20s, you could have taken on a new habit every year, and people would just think you’re quirky. There is some merit to this midlife crisis hubbub. People begin to reflect on their accomplishments. They begin to think about where they’ve been and where they’re going. For those who have been building their careers for the last 20 to 30 years, there may be the sudden realization that retirement is nearing, and that if they’re ever going to pursue their true passion, they’d better get cracking. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://capriciouslee.com/2021/07/12/side-stepping-a-midlife-crisis/ — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cynthia-lee85/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cynthia-lee85/support
  1. Episode #033:Side-Stepping a Midlife Crisis
  2. Episode #032: Daddy Issues and Daddy's Girl
  3. Episode #31: A Foolproof Formula For Doubling Your Confidence
  4. Episode #30: 15 Ways To Protect Your Wellbeing
  5. Episode 029: Where Are You Getting Your Relationship Advice From?

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Cynthia Lee

Professional Blogger, Author, Wellness Mentor, Motivational Speaker, Army Veteran, Mother, Daughter, and Sister.

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