Ep. 79 Arrogance, Confidence and Humility

We want to be confident, right? But not too confident. Not arrogant. Not cocky. But also I want feel powerful and celebrate my success, but also still be humble.

Have you taken the time to sift through all these? You should because if you want to be confident and maximize your potential, you might be holding yourself back in the name of preventing arrogance or trying to remain humble.

Listen in for some ideas on this that mostly come from Craig Manning, Mental Strength Coach for BYU athletics.

Here are the 5 ideas we bring up in this episode:






And then I guess there is one more thing you need to iron out: where Humility fits in with confidence.

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