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Inspirational Messages For Life Produce The Quiet Man

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It is one of those misconceptions that loud, brash people must be the most confident. We often believe they have absorbed all the inspirational messages for life and can deal with all that happens to them. Interestingly the opposite can be true.

Having a good attitude does not mean we have to be outgoing and loud. In my experience, those who are loud and dominant need inspirational messages for life and those who have the best attitude are the quiet men and women who have nothing to prove.

Such people are in control and can approach life with a calm, unruffled manner.
 

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Those who are keen to tell the world they are confident and assertive are actually insecure and have to persuade themselves, and others, they are really in control. They can have difficult relationships and cause ripples wherever they go.

The truly confident person accepts him or herself. There is no need to tell everyone as calm confidence projects itself as what we call ‘charisma.’ Nonetheless, the confident person seeks out continual self-improvement, understanding that we all need a constant stream of inspirational messages for life: learning is a constant never-ending process.

The author James Allen was one person who really understood quiet confidence, writing “The calm man, having learned how to govern himself, knows how to adapt himself to others; and they, in turn, reverence his spiritual strength, and feel that they can learn of him and rely upon him. The more tranquil a man becomes, the greater is his success, his influence, his power for good.”

The world of mountaineering and exploration seems to produce quiet men and women and I feel lucky to have met a few. People with such confidence draw others to them in a way that loud people do not. Examples of such people I can name are Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Bear Grylls and Sir Chris Bonnington.

Martial arts masters also understand the power of the quiet confident person: Master T.T. Liang, wrote in his book on T’ai Chi Chuan, “When the mind can be maintained firmly, then a calm unperturbedness can be attained; and to that calmness there will succeed a tranquil repose of the spirit of vitality.”

Those who are quiet take time to learn the inspirational messages for life. They have learned about themselves and the life they lead.

If you are looking for a confident person to learn inspirational messages for life from and follow, make sure you find a man or woman with this quiet confidence.

Then aspire to attain the same state yourself.
 

“In the words of a wise man there is great power, but his silence is more powerful still”.

James Allen

 

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