On Self-Belief and Other Related Constructs
As the term implies, self-belief is a person’s faith or complete trust and confidence in their abilities and skills and value as a human being. Consider it as a combination of self-confidence and self-worth.
Self-belief is an essential component in a person’s pursuit of success and happiness. If you don’t have it, don’t expect to achieve anything for without self-belief a person will never succeed in any kind of endeavor. But too much of it is not good either. An exaggerated opinion of one’s own qualities and abilities is called self-conceit. The Greeks refer to it as hubris.
Self-belief is a concept not difficult to comprehend yet not too many really know how having or not having it would affect their lives in general. Some may have chosen to disregard it not fully understanding the possible negative consequences for neglecting it.
If you won’t trust in your own abilities and…
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Posted on August 6, 2021, in Personal Growth and Development, Self-confidence, Self-Doubt, Self-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, Self-Image, Self-Improvement and tagged Personal Growth and Development, Self-Belief, Self-Concept, Self-Doubt, Self-Efficacy, Self-esteem, Self-Image, Self-Improvement. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.