You have no reason to compare yourself

Confidence isn’t thinking you’re better than everyone else, it’s realizing that you have no reason to compare yourself to anyone else.


If you know a confident woman, you might have wondered how they came to be so self-assured.

The answer is simple. These women have learned 7 key lessons that shape their character and help them move through the world with self-belief, integrity, and determination.

1. You are very much compared to your appearance.

We all like to look good, that’s not wrong.

Unfortunately, many of us have said that a woman appears more important than her personality and actions.

Strong, confident women have a healthy pride in their appearance, but they know they have more to offer the world than a beautiful face or attractive figure.

2. The first person you care about is yourself.

Many women think that they have to make their partners, children, family, friends and even colleagues prioritize taking care of themselves.

Women are confident that it is good to spend time with themselves.

If someone tries to make you feel guilty for taking care of yourself, they won’t be worth you.

We all deserve a chance to relax and take care of ourselves.

3. You don’t have to rely on happiness.

When you look to others in search of happiness, you give away your power.

If you depend on your friends’ approval to make you happy, you will soon be miserable if they leave or end friendship.

On the other hand, if you know how to entertain and identify yourself, you will never have to cling to another person again.

This means you can afford to cut ties with malicious people and still lead a healthy, happy life.

4. If your relationship ends, it doesn’t mean you’re defective, ugly or weak.

Don’t fall into the trap of assuming that a failed relationship means you’re defective or ugly.

Remember: Two people can be kind, attractive, smart, but their relationship ends – because they simply aren’t compatible!

This principle also applies to friendship.

5. You are not responsible for anyone else for your behavior.

The only person you can control is yourself.

Do not let someone’s irresponsibility become your responsibility

Women confess confidently to themselves, but they don’t blame others.

6. It’s good to say No no sometimes.

Because most women want to be loved, they don’t want to talk about Numbers.

However, to become a truly strong woman, you need to know that the world will not end if you take into account your own wishes and needs.

If helping someone will cost you your own health, say Nothing!

7. If you are not responsible for your fate, others will try to control you.

Ask any confident woman she wants to be in for five or even ten years of time, and she will be able to tell you.


Because these women value themselves and their time, and plan accordingly.

They realize that if you don’t have your own goals and dreams, another person – whether it’s a partner, a boss or even a parent – will be on your behalf.