Discover The Secret To Believing In Yourself No Matter What

Do you trust and believe in yourself? Do you possess the understanding that you can handle whatever comes your way? If you feel that you lack in this area and would like to develop and elevate that trust to ever-increasing levels, then you’ve come to the right place.

Today’s episode is all about trust: trust in yourself, and trust that you can handle whatever life brings. Virtually anyone in the world can benefit from increased faith and confidence in their strengths. While one man may have a great job and many talents, he may feel a lack of trust when it comes to approaching women. For another man, it may be the other way around.

If you want to earn the money that you want to earn, reach the goals you’ve set for yourself, and find love and keep it, then it starts with trusting in yourself in every aspect of your life.

Most people give themselves an “out” by asserting that they’ll gain more self-trust with time. They say, “I’ll go after that thing later; I’ll do it when I get comfortable and trust myself a bit more.”

Putting our challenges off to be dealt with in the future is not helpful. Trust isn’t gifted to us—it’s forged . . . it is developed . . . it is earned.

Consider trust in the context of a relationship—let’s say you meet a business acquaintance: Even if you feel as though you could work with that person right off the bat, you wouldn’t give them the keys to your office at the second meeting. You’d wait to see how they handle pressure, whether they are tempted by bad investments, how they work with clients, etc. The only way to develop concrete trust is over time, through demonstration. In the same way, you must develop trust in yourself over time.

How do we do that?

To develop greater trust in yourself, you’ve got to prove to yourself that you can handle the task in question again and again . . . and it all starts with faith. Faith is unverified; it is a belief in something that possesses no evidential proof. Even though you haven’t proven yourself in a given situation, you must start with faith in your ability to achieve that goal if you’re ever going to succeed.

After that, you must act! The only way to get from faith to trust is to act—to do the thing in which you hope to gain confidence. I’ll use myself as an example: when I first began working with others to increase their confidence, I was asked to work with people over the phone. This was not something I trusted myself to do well, so I started out small—I did sessions over Skype to get used to not being physically with the person, then transitioned to the phone over time.

You don’t need to jump into the deep end first thing. Start small and work your way up . . . but you must start!

In what area of your life do you struggle the most with self-trust? Find a way to start small, and get yourself into that situation. The only reason I have unwavering trust in myself when it comes to coaching others is because I have done it a bajillion times.

Picture yourself a year from now: you’re going to be a year older either way, but you’ll either not have done the thing that intimidates you at all or you’ll have done it a hell of a lot . . . and the only person who’s going to make that decision and forge that reality is you.

If you want to act, now is the time. Yes, it might be scary, and I wish there were another way that I could offer to build up that trust in yourself . . . but like so many other matters of confidence, it all starts with having the courage to do something that frightens you.

You must stretch outside your circle of comfort and leap into the unknown. Sure, you may be shaky at first, but over time, you will become more comfortable and develop the kind of self-trust that will guide you through any scenario.

So, get out there and take action! Also, please feel free to “like,” share, and subscribe below. Share what you’re learning, what you got out of this episode, and any questions you may have so that we can continue to learn from each other. You can watch additional episodes as well by following the available links. Until we speak again, may you have the courage to be who you are and to know on a deep level that you’re awesome. I’ll talk to you soon.

Do you trust and believe in yourself? Do you possess the understanding that you can handle whatever comes your way? If you feel that you lack in this area and would like to develop and elevate that trust to ever-increasing levels, then you’ve come to the right place.

Today’s episode is all about trust: trust in yourself, and trust that you can handle whatever life brings. Virtually anyone in the world can benefit from increased faith and confidence in their strengths. While one man may have a great job and many talents, he may feel a lack of trust when it comes to approaching women. For another man, it may be the other way around.

If you want to earn the money that you want to earn, reach the goals you’ve set for yourself, and find love and keep it, then it starts with trusting in yourself in every aspect of your life.

Most people give themselves an “out” by asserting that they’ll gain more self-trust with time. They say, “I’ll go after that thing later; I’ll do it when I get comfortable and trust myself a bit more.”

Putting our challenges off to be dealt with in the future is not helpful. Trust isn’t gifted to us—it’s forged . . . it is developed . . . it is earned.

Consider trust in the context of a relationship—let’s say you meet a business acquaintance: Even if you feel as though you could work with that person right off the bat, you wouldn’t give them the keys to your office at the second meeting. You’d wait to see how they handle pressure, whether they are tempted by bad investments, how they work with clients, etc. The only way to develop concrete trust is over time, through demonstration. In the same way, you must develop trust in yourself over time.

How do we do that?

To develop greater trust in yourself, you’ve got to prove to yourself that you can handle the task in question again and again . . . and it all starts with faith. Faith is unverified; it is a belief in something that possesses no evidential proof. Even though you haven’t proven yourself in a given situation, you must start with faith in your ability to achieve that goal if you’re ever going to succeed.

After that, you must act! The only way to get from faith to trust is to act—to do the thing in which you hope to gain confidence. I’ll use myself as an example: when I first began working with others to increase their confidence, I was asked to work with people over the phone. This was not something I trusted myself to do well, so I started out small—I did sessions over Skype to get used to not being physically with the person, then transitioned to the phone over time.

You don’t need to jump into the deep end first thing. Start small and work your way up . . . but you must start!

In what area of your life do you struggle the most with self-trust? Find a way to start small, and get yourself into that situation. The only reason I have unwavering trust in myself when it comes to coaching others is because I have done it a bajillion times.

Picture yourself a year from now: you’re going to be a year older either way, but you’ll either not have done the thing that intimidates you at all or you’ll have done it a hell of a lot . . . and the only person who’s going to make that decision and forge that reality is you.

If you want to act, now is the time. Yes, it might be scary, and I wish there were another way that I could offer to build up that trust in yourself . . . but like so many other matters of confidence, it all starts with having the courage to do something that frightens you.

You must stretch outside your circle of comfort and leap into the unknown. Sure, you may be shaky at first, but over time, you will become more comfortable and develop the kind of self-trust that will guide you through any scenario.

So, get out there and take action! Also, please feel free to “like,” share, and subscribe below. Share what you’re learning, what you got out of this episode, and any questions you may have so that we can continue to learn from each other. You can watch additional episodes as well by following the available links. Until we speak again, may you have the courage to be who you are and to know on a deep level that you’re awesome. I’ll talk to you soon.

Do you trust and believe in yourself? Do you possess the understanding that you can handle whatever comes your way? If you feel that you lack in this area and would like to develop and elevate that trust to ever-increasing levels, then you’ve come to the right place.

Today’s episode is all about trust: trust in yourself, and trust that you can handle whatever life brings. Virtually anyone in the world can benefit from increased faith and confidence in their strengths. While one man may have a great job and many talents, he may feel a lack of trust when it comes to approaching women. For another man, it may be the other way around.

If you want to earn the money that you want to earn, reach the goals you’ve set for yourself, and find love and keep it, then it starts with trusting in yourself in every aspect of your life.

Most people give themselves an “out” by asserting that they’ll gain more self-trust with time. They say, “I’ll go after that thing later; I’ll do it when I get comfortable and trust myself a bit more.”

Putting our challenges off to be dealt with in the future is not helpful. Trust isn’t gifted to us—it’s forged . . . it is developed . . . it is earned.

Consider trust in the context of a relationship—let’s say you meet a business acquaintance: Even if you feel as though you could work with that person right off the bat, you wouldn’t give them the keys to your office at the second meeting. You’d wait to see how they handle pressure, whether they are tempted by bad investments, how they work with clients, etc. The only way to develop concrete trust is over time, through demonstration. In the same way, you must develop trust in yourself over time.

How do we do that?

To develop greater trust in yourself, you’ve got to prove to yourself that you can handle the task in question again and again . . . and it all starts with faith. Faith is unverified; it is a belief in something that possesses no evidential proof. Even though you haven’t proven yourself in a given situation, you must start with faith in your ability to achieve that goal if you’re ever going to succeed.

After that, you must act! The only way to get from faith to trust is to act—to do the thing in which you hope to gain confidence. I’ll use myself as an example: when I first began working with others to increase their confidence, I was asked to work with people over the phone. This was not something I trusted myself to do well, so I started out small—I did sessions over Skype to get used to not being physically with the person, then transitioned to the phone over time.

You don’t need to jump into the deep end first thing. Start small and work your way up . . . but you must start!

In what area of your life do you struggle the most with self-trust? Find a way to start small, and get yourself into that situation. The only reason I have unwavering trust in myself when it comes to coaching others is because I have done it a bajillion times.

Picture yourself a year from now: you’re going to be a year older either way, but you’ll either not have done the thing that intimidates you at all or you’ll have done it a hell of a lot . . . and the only person who’s going to make that decision and forge that reality is you.

If you want to act, now is the time. Yes, it might be scary, and I wish there were another way that I could offer to build up that trust in yourself . . . but like so many other matters of confidence, it all starts with having the courage to do something that frightens you.

You must stretch outside your circle of comfort and leap into the unknown. Sure, you may be shaky at first, but over time, you will become more comfortable and develop the kind of self-trust that will guide you through any scenario.

So, get out there and take action! Also, please feel free to “like,” share, and subscribe below. Share what you’re learning, what you got out of this episode, and any questions you may have so that we can continue to learn from each other. You can watch additional episodes as well by following the available links. Until we speak again, may you have the courage to be who you are and to know on a deep level that you’re awesome. I’ll talk to you soon.

Dr. Aziz

Dr. Aziz

Dr. Aziz is the world’s leading confidence expert. He helps people break free from hesitation, fear, and self-doubt so they can rapidly grow their businesses, become more powerful leaders, and enjoy outstanding relationships.
Dr. Aziz