Many times, I’ve heard people saying this that we should believe in ourselves, self-belief is the key.
But I think sometimes it’s very important for us to disbelieve. We should not believe in ourselves.
Why We Should Not Believe In Ourselves
Imagine for a moment that you are participating in one competition. If you strongly start believing in this, that yes, I’m going to win this competition, even before you participate, even before the results are out, the strong belief that yes, I’m going to win then you might feel a little relaxed.
But on other hand, if you start this believing in yourself that no, maybe not, which many of us we do, many of us before the competition, we have that small bug or small thoughts somewhere in our mind that maybe we will or I will not win this competition.
But that’s the true thought and if you’re accepting that thought and if you’re disbelieving in yourself that, yes, I don’t believe a hundred percent that I’m going to win this competition, I disbelieve in me.
The Outcome of Disbelief
The moment, you disbelieve, you will start working hard, you will start stretching your limits, you will go beyond your capacity for that competition.
So, when you disbelieve in yourself it’s very positive. When you disbelieve in yourself, you try to work hard at every point of time in every moment.
So not necessary we have to believe and stay relaxed, maybe sometimes in your life, disbelief and stretch your limit, go beyond your capacity.
What’s your perspective on this?