BY LACHLAN BROWN
Confident people trust themselves, avoid doubt, and remain determined to achieve their goals with hard work and discipline despite feeling uncertain and acknowledging indecision's potential to derail progress.
Arrogant people tend to belittle others to boost their ego due to insecurity, which is unlike confident people who work hard to overcome their frustrations and achieve success without putting others down.
Confident people don't need constant validation and focus on self-improvement rather than exaggerating their success or seeking attention to feel good about themselves.
Confident people appreciate constructive criticism and corrections as opportunities to improve themselves and do not get offended or lash out when given feedback, unlike arrogant and narcissistic people.
Arrogant people miss personal growth, but confident people appreciate criticism, avoid complacency and push their boundaries to avoid stagnation.
Confident people face challenges without giving up, seeing failures as learning opportunities that lead to success, and reflect on what went wrong to improve.
Confident people value their time, finish their tasks immediately, and do not procrastinate, but instead, they break up their work into smaller tasks and stay productive even when facing intimidating challenges.
Confident people put their heart into their work, are admired for their attitude towards productivity, don't settle for mediocre work, and proactively come up with efficient solutions to problems.
Confident people focus on personal growth instead of comparing themselves to others and trust their capabilities while also being eager to learn from their colleagues and work as a team.
Confident people have a strong sense of self and usually take control of their lives, upholding non-negotiable standards that they believe in and avoiding actions that go against their morals or beliefs.