In my life, I’ve been told a time or two that I should carry more confidence. As much as it pains me to admit it, I agree. Truthfully, most of us could stand to have a little more, don’t you think? Sure, if you bear too much, you might be accused of cockiness. However, if you can walk on the fine line that separates the two, confidence can work wonders in your everyday life. That air of self-belief helps people land jobs, overcome mental obstacles and even attract the opposite sex. When you think about it that way, confidence sounds like some kind of magic dust you sprinkle on yourself when you want something to go your way. Obviously, it is not. It’s an intangible state of mind that, when genuine, becomes visible to those around you.