It turns out that “hollow” self-esteem only tends to produce impostor syndrome and, worse yet, an entitlement mentality.
Whatever achievements people get with this mindset will be quite spotty.
They tend to do things right from time to time but not all the time. There is no consistent threshold of success and excellence.
It turns out that the real solution to consistent victory still involves self-confidence; however, this self-confidence must come from the right place.
Here’s where my advice for you comes in.