Self Confidence Scale
Self Confidence, as defined in The Self-Confidence Workbook by Barbara Markway, Ph.D and Celia Ampel, is "the willingness to take steps toward valued goals, even if you're anxious and the outcome is unknown." This exercise also comes from the same book.

Read each statement below and select A if it's true for you most of the time, B if it's true for you some of the time, and C if it is not usually true for you.
I have a realistic sense of my strengths and weaknesses.
Clear selection
I am willing to take risks for something I believe in.
Clear selection
I plan and prepare for new experiences.
Clear selection
I have ways to cope with fear and doubt.
Clear selection
I take time to remember my past successes.
Clear selection
I recognize failure as a part of life.
Clear selection
I can cope with unexpected changes.
Clear selection
I am comfortable asking for help and support.
Clear selection
I know what I value in life.
Clear selection
My actions generally line up with my values.
Clear selection
I don't give up easily.
Clear selection
I realize not everyone will like or approve of me.
Clear selection
I have a sense of my inherent worth.
Clear selection
I understand setbacks are normal and to be expected.
Clear selection
I don't beat up on myself when I'm going through a rough time.
Clear selection
My thoughts don't paralyze me when trying something new.
Clear selection
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