There’s a common misconception that the loudest people are the most confident ones.
Confidence comes in many forms. It can be the person who is the life of the party or the person quietly enjoying his company in the corner.
Extroverts can be very insecure, so it isn’t about the amount of energy or noise someone produces.
Confidence comes from fully accepting yourself. It’s you saying “I’m going to be the most me, I can be. I’m going to put myself first and just be me in every moment.”
I think a lot of people get it wrong when they try to pretend to be confident. You see, it’s like being cool. Cool people aren’t trying to be cool. By trying to be cool, you automatically aren’t cool.
How would your ideal confident self live?