Inhale Confidence. Exhale doubt…

“Inhale Confidence. Exhale doubt”

An athlete preparing for an important competition. Before a big game or event, athletes may experience doubts and insecurities about their abilities to perform at their best. However, in order to perform at their peak level, they must learn to inhale confidence and exhale doubt.

For instance, a basketball player who struggles with free throws may doubt their ability to make an important shot in the game. But if they focus on inhaling confidence and believing in themselves, they can exhale their doubts and perform with greater clarity and focus. They can visualize themselves making the shot successfully and approach the free throw line with a sense of calm and confidence.

A CEO who is considering expanding their company’s operations into a new market may feel doubt and uncertainty about the potential risks and challenges involved. However, by inhaling confidence and exhaling doubt, they can focus on the potential rewards and benefits of the expansion, and take decisive action based on their belief in the company’s vision and mission. This can involve investing resources, building a new team, and establishing a presence in the new market, all while staying committed to the long-term success of the business. Through this process, the CEO demonstrates confidence in their ability to lead the company and navigate challenges, which can inspire confidence in their employees, investors, and customers as well.

By inhaling confidence and exhaling doubt, we can push past our insecurities and focus on our abilities and strengths, which can ultimately lead to improved performance and greater success.

About Terry McDaniel

What motivates me? 1. Fun. 2. Learning. 3. Blessing and prospering people before profit. 4. Being the hero.
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