Those of us who have succeeded in life, or at least have achieved enough to have earned the authority to speak on what does and does not work, often find it useful to reflect on what has caused or allowed us to turn challenges into successes, adversity into triumph, and lemons into lemon meringue.
I have been fascinated with the increasing self-assuredness of the successful. While some successful people have insecurities and many have adversity, the common strand of the success stories is confidence.
Or perhaps most accurately: fearlessness.
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