LACKING SELF-CONFIDENCE IS INCREDIBLY SELFISH
If more people had this type of confindence, the world would be a better place. Think about it. The world will never know how many undiscovered “geniuses” there are—because of their lack of self-confidence.
They will never reach their true potential.
Who knows, there’s probably some person out there who has the ability to cure cancer. But if he doesn’t have the self-confi dence to step up to the plate, the world will never benefit from that knowledge.
Millions of people may continue to die needlessly because this person doesn’t want to be so “arrogant” as to say to the world, “I can
develop a cure for cancer,” and take the steps necessary—regardless of the cost or the potential of numerous failed attempts.
Instead, he will sit in some office cubicle somewhere, wasting away, drawing a “comfortable” paycheck for the rest of his life. He will go to his grave without making the impact on the world that he COULD have—if only he had the guts.
Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard
because he saw the tremendous oppor-
tunity brewing in the software market.
At the time, people thought he was nuts.
Drop out of one of the most prestigious
colleges in the world to pursue some-
thing “unproven”? Are you insane?
And yet, because Gates had the certainty and the confidence that
he was doing the right thing, the world is a better place because of it.
If he had NOT taken action—if he had taken the “safe” route and
just chucked the idea and finished his degree at Harvard—Microsoft
might have never have came into existence. And who knows? Maybe to
this day, there would not be personal computers in our homes. Maybe
there would be no Internet.
Without the Internet and the personal computer, I wouldn’t have
made my Money and been able to live such a luxury lifestyle. So
thank you, Bill Gates.
Be confident and just do it.
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