On Confidence And Competence

Don’t confuse confidence with competence. Just because someone appears competent because of their confidence does not mean that they are truly competent. Confidence can be a façade. Genuine confidence is deeply rooted, not brash. It is borne of genuine ability, developed and tested over time. Confidence may get you in the door but competence will keep you there. Spend more time working on the latter and the former will come as well.



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