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To be yourself bravely

  • Author:Corina Zhang
  • Release on :2016-10-28

Your confidence will show

"Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence." – Helen Keller

When you love who you are and have no problem with who you are, confidence Is guaranteed to show up. Lack of confidence shows up when you're happy with yourself, your character, and because you feel inadequate. But someone who loves who they are, and goes about this daily has an unstoppable amount of self confidence. And that's attractive which ever way you slice the cake!

Nobody can hold anything against you

If you know you're speaking your truth and nothing but your truth, nobody can hold that against you. It's not possible. People will only hold something against you If you give them reason to, or If there's blatant proof. Be yourself, keep it real, speak your truth, then nobody will be able to hold anything against you. No matter what!

You won't have anything to prove

If you have to prove your honesty to somebody, chances are you've already lost the battle. When you have to prove something It usually means you're not capable of doing it. When you know who you are and what you stand for, trying to Impress others Is irrelevant. Leave the "proving" to those who feel It's necessary.

You'll attract the right friends

If you go through your whole life feeling like a faker, being a faker, and living a lie, your friends will reflect that. Like they say, you are what you're around and there's a lot of truth to that. If you want to have honest friends who aren't afraid to keep it real, maybe you need to work on yourself first. Only then will you attract the right friends. If you're already honest as it is, but your friends are the opposite, maybe you need to meet some new people.

You'll be happier

"If you want to be happy, be." – Leo Tolstoy

The most happy years in my life, including today, have been a result of doing the things I want to do. Being the person I'm meant to be. Doing the things I believe in. And most importantly, being honest with myself. If you're constantly doing things to make others happy, but not yourself, you're bound to stress yourself out. You've got to put your happiness first before anything else.

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