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The Journey to Self-Confidence Mastery

Welcome to my new blog, Master Your Self-Confidence.

Hope you all are doing amazing.

First of all, I would like to introduce myself.

My name is Steve Daniels and I am super passionate about sharing my secrets on how I have become more and more self-confident throughout my life.

Join me on my life-long journey to self-confidence mastery. It will not be easy, but it will definitely be enjoyable as well as rewarding.

So a little more about me:

As a teenager, I grew up being very insecure about myself and did not believe in myself nearly as much as I should have.

I didn’t have an opinion on anything and would always value others’ opinions over mine. I would always be concerned with others’ opinions of myself and would always try my best to please everyone.

At the age of 13, I was playing wall ball in PE class, and was in the middle of running to the wall when a basketball came flying into me from the other side of the indoor basketball court and punched me right in my nose.

At the time, I didn’t want to look like a wuss and go to the nurse to grab some ice for it, although it hurt really badly.

So instead, I decided to “tough it out” and continue playing the game.

My nose started swelling up really bad, and before you know it, the injury to my nose became a permanent change on my face.

Since that point in my life and up until my early 20s, I was super self-conscious about myself and my self-esteem was low most of the time.

I would double- and sometimes even triple-check the mirror in front of me and wish I could have gone back in time and dodged that basketball.

I didn’t have the guts to talk to girls I found attractive. Dating seemed impossible.

I would say I have had to work really hard to become more self-aware and self-confident due to my self-limiting beliefs.

The only thing that really helped me to become more confident over the years was so that I could date the women I truly desired. I knew this because I noticed the guys who dated the attractive gals had 1 major commonality: extreme self-confidence.

Lesson #1:

Whatever happened in the past that continues to influence your self-esteem in a negative way… let it go. It’s not worth holding onto these thoughts because they will wear you down and keep you down if you continue to think these types of thoughts.

I strongly recommend you  to take some time out of your day to just relax, focus on the negative thoughts that have been consuming you, flush out them out of your mind, and replace them with new positive thoughts of yourself.

It’s time to view yourself in a brand new light.

I hope you enjoyed my first post on my new blog and hope that you will join me on this journey!

Cheers!

– Steve Daniels

P.S. I would love to hear what you have to say about this post. Feel free to comment below!

Readers Comments (8)

  1. Congratulations, Steve, on your new blog! I wish you success!!

    @MichelleSedas

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  2. I’ve been browsing online more than 2 hours today, yet I never found
    any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth
    enough for me. In my view, if all web owners and bloggers made
    good content as you did, the web will be much more useful than ever before.

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    • Jim, thanks a lot for your valuable input. I will continue to pour out my best thoughts on my blog. Hope to see you soon! Cheers!

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  3. Steve, your post reminds me that sometimes it’s that ‘cosmic punch in the face’ that ends up being the source of our greatest growth. And I admire how you are taking your life lessons and using them to help others — helping us — grow! Thank you. Best take-away from this post: “let it go!” That’s an awesome blessing.

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  4. Steve!! This is such a powerful post and I agree with what Janice here. It reminds me of the things that give us the greatest hardship and struggle in our lives will give us the biggest strength to overcome them and within that is massive self-growth! Wow! Amazing. Thank you for sharing this!!

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    • Thank you Emma!! Yes, I would never take back these hardships in my life, because, fortunately, I have been able to learn from each one. Thanks for your amazing feedback 🙂 Cheers!

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