Confidence is the key to success or optimum performance in any endeavor, but confidence is not a genetic mental thing as many think. Confidence is a very practical thing based on several factors, including competence, preparation, experience and knowledge of one’s core values.
Knowledge is power. Notice that smart people often have a lot of influence even when they don’t have a lot of authority. People listen to them and put a lot of stock in what they say. You’ll be respected by your peers and superiors if what you say and do reflects sound working knowledge of basic and complex rules especially.
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