It's contagious. It's attractive. It's positive energy. But there's a big difference between confidence and arrogance. I always say that I don't enjoy the company of those who bring down my energy, who be-little me, or those who make me feel less intelligent than them. But those qualities are not those of a confident person. These belong to someone who is insecure, and someone who is focusing their energy on making themselves look intelligent in the eyes of others, rather than showing empathy towards those around them. These are all attributes of arrogance, not confidence.
But instead of saying "I don't like arrogant people in my life", I first look to myself. Sometimes people cross our paths to show us something about ourselves. And from what perspective is that arrogant person coming from? We all have insecurities and things that make us feel vulnerable, because we're human. Sometimes simply recognizing and acknowledging where that person is coming from and how their experiences and perspectives are different from yours, helps to centre us a little so we don't feel so worked up. These days, I'm working on changing my perspective and focusing my energy on showing true confidence and passion in what I do. And you know what? It's so amazing how many other truly confident people I've met ever since.💗#lawofattraction