A confident woman doesn’t feel the need to prove herself.
She has been through tough times and has come out on the other side. She knows the only one she has to please is herself.
She knows that authenticity is more attractive than putting on a mask.
She has learned from experience that it’s better to be honest than to tell lies. Most of the time, people can see through that. It is really a waste of time.
Fake people have to remember what they told one person, and know that was different than what they told someone else.
A confident woman knows it takes a lot of energy to remember the “right” story, and that energy could be put to better use.
When people are putting on an act, it’s easy to forget who they really are.
And when people start to lose themselves, they start to feel a lack of self-esteem.
She is a mentor to other women and what she projects needs to be something she’s proud of.
And she’s come to accept the whole package—her “strengths as well as her weaknesses.”