The Mistake You Make When You Feel InferiorNov 08, 2023
The Mistake You Make When You Feel Inferior
Imagine seeing yourself as an equal to anyone, erasing feelings of inferiority and unlocking boundless confidence. Intrigued? Read on.
1. Understanding Inferiority and Its Impact
We all, at some point or another, have felt inferior in the presence of someone else. Maybe it's a CEO, a social media influencer, or even just someone who seems to have it all together. This inferiority doesn't just leave you feeling small. It makes you hesitate, hold back, and hide, causing you to miss golden opportunities in life.
Whenever you feel inferior around someone, you're unknowingly making a mental mistake.
2. Confusing Role with Value: The Root of the Problem
The underlying cause of this feeling? We often confuse someone's role with their value. For instance, meeting a CEO might make someone in sales feel nervous, thinking, "How can I even talk to that person? They're so much better than I am." But that's just it - you're seeing their role, not their inherent value.
Remember, roles change. That CEO, when at home, could be a doting parent, attentive spouse, or even the person handling chores. They shift from their corporate role to another, just as fluidly as the rest of us.
We move through various roles in life. Confusing someone's role with their inherent value is a mental trap. When you make this distinction, you'll experience newfound freedom.
3. Unconditional Confidence: The Key to Overcoming
Real confidence isn't about the role you play or the accolades you've earned. It's about who you are deep down. Conditional confidence, which is based on external achievements like a big paycheck or an attractive partner, is fleeting. The true goal? Unconditional confidence that emanates from within, irrespective of external factors.
Confidence should come from who you become, not the role you play.
Your Power Lies in Perception
If we continue to tie worth to roles, we'll forever be trapped in a cycle of conditional confidence. Recognize the roles people play but understand that these roles don't determine their (or your) inherent value.
Consider someone fit and muscular – that's a role they're playing based on their choices and efforts. But does that make them more worthy of love, respect, or admiration than someone else? Not necessarily.
A Message of Hope and Inspiration
The world is vast, filled with people playing various roles. But deep down, everyone seeks love, connection, and acceptance. Your confidence should be a beacon, derived from your inherent value, not external validations.
Remember, every time you feel inferior, it's a choice you're making. Challenge that choice and reshape your reality. It's within your grasp to see everyone, including yourself, through a lens of unconditional value.
Embrace the courage to be who you are and know, deep down, that you're genuinely awesome.
Reading blogs and watching videos online is a start...
When you are ready to radically transform your confidence so you speak up freely, boldly go after what you want, connect easily with others and be 100% unapologetically yourself, coaching is the answer.