The Alex Project Part 3 - Self Confidence

The Alex Project Part 3 – Self Confidence

by Dr. Rick Goodman on April 23, 2012

In his third lesson in The Law of Success, Napolean Hill discusses the idea of “Self-Confidence.” According to Hill, fear is the primary reason that a person falls into failure and poverty. As a result of this idea, a person who can master fear will be successful. A person can work on developing self-confidence by eliminating these fears, which include a fear of poverty, old age, criticism, loss of love of someone, ill health, or of death. In order to master these fears and eliminate them from one’s subconscious, you must work on obtaining mass amounts of organized knowledge. Ignorance and fear are a pair that go hand-in-hand, therefore if ignorance is eliminated, fear is eliminated as well. Self-confidence is a trait which can be developed over time, but is not sufficiently improved until you truly believe Napolean Hill when he writes, “You can do it if you believe you can.”

Dr. Rick GoodmanThe Alex Project Part 3 – Self Confidence