Chris and Isaiah wonder if confidence a necessary "next step" that takes you from being an enthusiastic amateur to a true professional. If this is the case, then why are some highly skilled professionals so lacking in confidence, while some other less-talented folk can exude confidence so easily. What is the crucial distinction between confidence and arrogance? Surely, true confidence must come from a quiet and genuine spot from within. But then, to be truly confident, do we lose that part of us which seeks to strive for better?
-=- Show Notes -=-
YouTube: The Sound of Music - I Have Confidence
YouTube: Carrie 1976 They're All Going to Laugh at You [GRAPHIC/VIOLENT CONTENT]
Book: 'Come, Thou Tortoise', by Jessica Grant
Wikipedia - Too long; didn't read
Article: 'Hedonic Treadmill: Happiness Throughout a Lifetime'
Article: 'Easily Distracted By Noise? You Might Just Be A Creative Genius'
YouTube: British English Slang "Chuffed"
Theme Music: Slyvius Leopold Weiss's Preludio in E Major, played by Jeff Carter