he Importance of Self-confidence
Confidence, in a broad sense, comprises self-trust, self-esteem, courage and indomitability. This definition, though somewhat vague and unsubstantial, can be appreciated throughexperience because in our lifetime, we are always seeking to achieve something successful andare always longing to attain a glorious goal, which can only be reached with the spirit of self-confidence.
As is known, self-confidence is accompanied by will, and that as a twin, offers hope. Those whodo not have a strong will often think themselves unable to carry out any thorny tasks, whilethose who have do not find the tas ks unsurmountably difficult. In fact, when our heart is voidof selfconfidence, every hope is gone, every thing on which we put our hands seems to be veiledin dark. For instance, according to experts, every year in the entrance examinations of all kinds, fully-prepared candidates lose nearly 5% to 10% of the full scores, and consequently meettheir Water loo simply because they underestimate their own abilities on the one hand, andover estimate possible difficulties on the other. As a result, their fear to meet new challengeleads to helpless ness in the examination.
Self-confidence can be regained (if you have ever lost it) by building faith in your self. True, whatever you do, you will encounter hardships. But success will come to you if you arecourageous enough to strive for it. If you are not, failure might be your life-companion.