You have high self-confidence.
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You’re more self-
confident than most
Your higher self-confidence is one of your best assets at work. You are more likely to feel empowered and have an easier time finding inspiration. More often than not you are the one motivating the troops and driving things forward. People like you are more likely to consistently be rated as top performers within the organization and to feel more satisfied with their job.
What this means
Your fundamental belief in yourself and acceptance of your identity.
What you think about yourself.
How you see
Ability to successfully complete tasks.
Ability to determine your own path.
An individual's belief in themselves and the acceptance of their identity.
A growing body of research shows that an individuals' self-confidence significantly impacts their self-esteem, belief in their abilities, expectations for the future, and ability to control their own destiny. Because these success traits are good predictors of job satisfaction and performance, self-confidence is said to be at the core of one's success.
Higher self-confidence can also positively impact how your colleagues perceive you. For example, your colleagues may be: (1) more confident in your performance and skillset because you often share your work and perspective; (2) more willing to keep you in the loop on important news and developments because they have a strong personal connection with you; and (3) more likely to see you as an important thought partner. In the best case, this can create a virtuous cycle of confidence as the positive feedback from others “confirms” your belief in yourself and helps you cement your already high self-confidence.