10 Traits To Achieving Confidence And Success In YOUR Life

Great confidence builds the right character and gives you the skills to achieve everyday challenges

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The world is full of confident and successful people, who are achieving the unique and authentic results they desire and winning at this game we are all doing called life. Right now you may be asking yourself "How can I become one of those successful people?"

Confident role models and leaders teach others the value and importance of character by displaying of their own right action, communication and negotiations. They educate by example, the deliberate efforts to cultivate positive personal attributes and civility among a group of individuals. Respect and admiration that leads to success grows when those in positions of leadership can promote feelings of fellowship with others; as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.


The role models and leaders who are respected and admired most, are those who aspire to create communities of like-minded individuals in which positive attitudes, values and behaviors are fostered. These values and qualities are promoted explicitly, modeled, taught, expected, praised, celebrated and continuously practiced in every

day interactions. In short, character education is the promotion of universally desirable qualities. What are the traits that earn the approval, acceptance and validation in life that most human beings not only need but crave?

10 Traits Of Character

1) Respect—A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.


2) Responsibility—Being accountable, having a duty to deal with something or having control over the safety and well-being of someone.

3) Honesty—Words and actions that are truthful, trustworthy, reliable and dependable.

4) Empathy—The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

5) Fairness—The rules or standards are equal representation for all its members.

6) Initiative—The ability to assess the needs and initiate independently, the power or opportunity to act or take charge without instruction or waiting for others.

7) Perseverance—Steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.

8) Courage—The ability to do something that frightens, taking actions of strength in the face of pain or grief.


9) Integrity—The state of being whole and undivided in morals ethics and right action.

10) Optimism—Hopefulness and confidence about the future or the successful outcome of something.

Thinking, feeling and acting in ways that are aligned with these traits gives you the faith, power and confidence needed to make the decisions that will enhance the quality, meaning and purpose of your life.  Typically children who are taught to live the traits of good character also develop the confidence and self-esteem. They tend to do better at school and become more effective when dealing with peer pressures.


In adulthood, those who display good character prove to be trustworthy individuals. Having developed these necessary skills and habits for positive interactions, these individuals display their unique authenticity that naturally draws more opportunities and resources to them. They encourage and bring out the best in others and in doing so they also create their own desired successful outcomes and live a completely enriched and satisfying life.