Stacey shares the 3 C’s to Success:
- Confidence: A feeling or belief that one can rely on.
- Courage: Mental or moral strength to do something that frightens you.
- Competence: The quality or state of having sufficient knowledge, skill, or strength.
3 Key Takeaways:
- Where you go, you follow.
- When there is no ceiling there is also no floor.
- Make sure you surround yourself with people who lift you up to success.
(First ~2 mins)
Okay let’s get into today’s topic – the 3 C’s to success. Confidence, Courage, and Competence.
Look, in order to understand how these are applicable to success, I believe that it’s important to understand the true definitions of the words. So let’s dig into that first.
The definition of confidence. Confidence is the feeling or belief that one can rely on. A feeling of self-assurance. A rising from one’s appreciation of one’s abilities or qualities. The definition of courage. This is mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, withstand fear or difficulty. The ability to do something that frightens one. Strength in the face of adversity. The definition of of competence – the ability to do something successfully or efficiently. The quality or state of having sufficient knowledge, judgement, skill, or strength. A sufficiency of means for the necessities and conveniences of life.
Now let’s take a look at how each one of these impacts and/or propels our ability to effortlessly pursue success. And not only pursue, also achieve what we set out to achieve. How does confidence contribute toward us achieving what we’ve always dreamed of, what we’ve always desired, and what we know without a shadow of a doubt we deserve? It’s easy. Reality is where you go you follow. Think about it.
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