Sometimes it doesn’t come easy. Confidence. It gnaws at a foot, stops me fast.
Sometimes I feel as though I can conquer the world. Sometime the smallest thing makes me cower.
Something I laugh at mistakes. Sometimes they hinder me, like hemiparesis.
I’m not sure if it’s childhood, or the brain injury, likely a bit of both.
And in those times, confidence shuddering, and retreating, I step up and ask myself these questions:
Remember, confidence helps you handle life’s difficulties and failures. The more you’re willing to fail, the more you’ll succeed. So fail big and let the experience help you grow.
In the spring of 1990 Allan Boss was in a motor vehicle accident. He suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. His family learned he may never walk again or talk again. yet, he went on to achieve three university degrees, has written/edited four published books, has run four marathons, and is currently writing a non-fiction book about his recovery.
Want to learn more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Send Me the Free Outline to his book, The Memory Box.