Many people try hard to come across as confident but their behaviour is arrogant because they do not understand the difference between confidence and arrogance. Are you one of them treating yourself as confident but people say you are arrogant?
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What Is The Difference Between Arrogance And Confidence
Many people in today’s world are so tempted running towards one thing in common and that is leadership. People want to become successful leaders. To become successful you need confidence. Many people have great ideas and skills but are unable to achieve success due to lack of confidence.
Often confidence is slightly misunderstood because there is a thin line between confidence and arrogance. They can make or break your career. People who have self-confidence along with humility is always eager to learn whereas arrogant people stop learning. To grow and achieve success, you need to learn new things.
An arrogant person considers himself perfect. This is the chief harm of arrogance. It interferes with a person’s main task in life – becoming a better person.
- Superiority is the main quality
- Feel better when tearing others down
- Insist on correcting other people
- Think they are better than others
- Have difficulty listening to others.
- Brush their own shortcomings aside.
- Feel good without having a desire to offend others
- See people’s potential and help them succeed
- Knows they are just as good as others
- Show respect while listening to somebody
- Are aware of their weaknesses and know how to deal with them.
If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life.
The Difference Between Confidence and Arrogance
In the video Brian Tracy speak about the difference between confidence and arrogance.
What is confidence? You know your values, what to do, how to do, and have good faith in yourself that you have the capacity and can achieve everything. If you have these qualities, you have self-confidence. You can boost self-confidence with easy steps.
Arrogance is a way of compensating for low feelings of self-esteem and lack of self-confidence. Do you sometimes feel no self-respect or feel insecure and being pushy and aggressive with others?
You might have noticed some people are very nice talking and dealing with others, appreciate their work. They are always happy and never become aggressive even when someone insults or provoke them.
Looking at them, you may be thinking about why you can’t do like them. What is the secret behind their happiness? The secret is simple. They have self-respect and that helps them to respect others.
If you have low self-esteem and self-respect, you feel insecure. That makes you arrogant and you will not like other people.Arrogant people have low self-esteem. They become pushy, loud and demanding. Click To Tweet
You should try to become a highly self-confident person. You should have self-confidence at what you do and knows what you want. Should have self-respect and respect for others.
By doing that all of your arrogance will disappear and you become a successful person.
Arrogance And Confidence – Video
Are you confident or arrogant? Watch this beautiful video explaining the difference of confidence and arrogance.
Confident and successful people believe in themselves. Listen to others and accept their point of views. If you are arrogant, try to change your attitude and become confident. Respect others, help others, listen to others. Let us make the world a better place.
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