Self-belief is a powerful driver for achieving the best outcomes from what we do. But, just as common sense is not nearly as “common” as one might expect, neither is self-belief.

It’s just that not many people will readily talk about their self-doubts! Even highly successful business people and sportspeople are not always as full of self-belief as one might assume.

If you find yourself noticing your “failures” more than your successes, take note of that and begin to change the self-talk by reminding yourself of the many more times you have succeeded and focus on those successes.

Make it a habit to “celebrate” your successes – most of the time that will simply be stopping to look at what you’ve achieved and really enjoying the moment. Let yourself stay with it and love the feeling of success without looking at “reasons” why it’s not significant.