No man has a right to expect others to display confidence in him if he has no confidence in himself. ~ Roy L. Smith
Mid-century Pan Am stewardesses seemed to exude beauty and glamor. They traveled the world and met some of the most influential people in the world. Young girls wanted to grow up and be just like them.
What was their secret? They had confidence in themselves.
And, as we’ve learned from studying mid-century beauty, self-confidence is the most mesmerizing thing in the world.
Carry yourself with confidence and others will have confidence in you.
And if you’re having a less-than confident day, just pretend you are a Pan Am stewardess and fake it until you are feeling confident again.
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