First, beware of what exactly -confidence, confidence in what we can accomplish apart from God, leads to pride and robs God of the glory that rightly belongs to Him alone. I had thought there was some confidence "gene" that I had just missed, but these men showed me that wasn't the case. I can't emphasize enough the importance of this in my life.So put your confidence in the right person — Christ — not you. Second, find an older Christian man who exhibits the kind of Godly-confidence you'd like to see in your own life and ask him to be your mentor. They understood that sometimes failure is just a part of life, you can't control every outcome, and if things didn't turn out the way you'd hoped, it didn't mean life was over. Countless times when I've been faced with some dream or challenge that seemed impossible for me, my wife would look me in the eyes and say, "I know you can do this." Those words have often been the thing that tipped the scales in my decision to move forward on one thing or another.how great you are, dating and interacting with women becomes much easier.
Let me give you three pieces of advice that helped me. What I realized by spending time around confident men is that they were just regular guys, like me. No, not necessarily a real cheerleader, but a woman who believes in you.She has lived and worked in North America, Europe, and Africa, and takes additional international trips to Asia and South America every year.Anna Harrison Anna Harrison is an international education specialist by day and a travel consultant by night.If a wife believes in a husband, he can leap tall buildings. Blessings, JOHN THOMAS If you’ve enjoyed this article, will you consider giving a tax-deductible gift to Boundless right now?We’re a donor-funded ministry, and we rely on friends like you to help keep us going!