Practical Ways to Create Confidence in Your Vision
I know the feeling of being overwhelmed or stuck even. Follow a few steps that should help you create confidence in your vision so that you see clearer. It isn’t that the opportunity isn’t there. It’s just that sometimes it be clouded by our current state.
At times our lack of motivation gets the best of us. It leaves us frustrated that we’re a bit further from the outcome than we’d like to be. And although good is what we want, we find it hard to extract from within. The truth is, it wouldn’t be a walk in the park for anybody. But when you develop your vision, it gets clearer. With it being more clear, you are able to see beyond any obstacle.
Develop Your Vision
To remain neutral isn’t to make any progress. Therefore the feeling of frustration is only a result of the vision we currently lack. To say what you want is one thing. But to touch and feel it is our making our words real. In actualizing the vision, it takes more than words. You have to be able to see it so that it is real to you.
Once you’re clear on what the vision is, you create confidence to move forward. It allows you to push through even when everything around you is telling you otherwise. The clearer the vision, the more intensive the push. It makes sense because we tend to believe more when we see more.
Don’t get so caught up in the in-betweens. Nothing is ever as big as we make it to be. The faster we learn to let go of the things that fail to serve us, the faster we move forward. Not worth sinking ourselves within our own mental quicksand. When you create confidence, you create will, drive, and strength. Through it all, you start to stand for something greater than yourself.
So let not another moment be wasted by doubt or confusion. Because those feelings are only an illusion of your reality. And to let such an illusion taint your possibilities would be a tragedy. I’ll leave you with a few pointers that will help you create the confidence to help develop your vision.
1. What’s You’re ‘Why’
If you’re not sure why you’re doing what you’re doing, you might want to take a pause. Trust me, taking the pause won’t cost you as much as you think. It will allow you the time and space to consciously move into your mission. It not only helps you develop your vision, but it also helps you feel it.
Why do you do what you do? What gives you the energy and the will to wake up in the morning? How do you define success? With the many definitions out there, you want to make sure yours is clear to you. The world doesn’t have to understand a thing. Because as long as you do, that’s all that matters. You are the author and the narrator of your story.
As long as you continue to create confidence and be guided by this vision of yours, you’re on your way. Of course, this one step alone isn’t enough, but it is a game-changer. One step at a time as they say it.
2. Embrace the Real You
If you aren’t stepping into you when you get up, there’s a disconnect. It’s necessary that you embrace the gift that you are. Just in case you’re wondering if I know you, I don’t need to know you to say this. That’s because we’re all a gift. By our differences alone we provide an advantage to the world. To create confidence is to understand your piece of the puzzle.
Although your piece is different, it contributes to the entire picture. We can all impact his world in such a major way simply by being the gift that we’re born to be. To cause a shift in who you are is to cause a shift in goodness. Once again, you are imperfectly perfect, just by being who you are. Of course, change is necessary to growth, but the depth of you is the best of you. That’s what makes you unique.
3. Create Confidence by Empowering
Sometimes we search only to lose ourselves in the process. When I remind you of the gift that you are it’s so that you connect with yourself. When you connect with yourself, you’re able to acknowledge the powers you possess. After you develop your vision, you’re better equipped to take them on.
Know who you are, what you represent, and what you stand for. Have a bit of pride in who you are. By that, I mean, be proud of yourself. If you’re principle-oriented, you don’t allow others to cross those boundaries. Stand up for what you believe in and live by it.
When your name is mentioned, what do others utter? What do you represent? What do you stand for? Remember, what you live by is a representation of what you stand for. So stand for something worth living for.
I didn’t always have the confidence, but I always had the urge. But it wasn’t until I gained the confidence did I find the will, the drive to push through. I came to realize that the lack thereof was only an illusion. It was only due to my limited belief. I didn’t believe it because I couldn’t see it.
It was hard for me to see because I wasn’t programmed to see it. A little hard wiring fixed all of that. We’re not all born with these attributes, but we can still attain them. We all have it in us to make the appropriate changes that will take us there. When you create the confidence you create a source of wealth at your disposal.
You are a source of light. Allow it to shine so that others can see through their own darkness. Therefore, when you create confidence for yourself, you create something that others can live through.