Often people tell me, "Paul, I love your confidence. I wish I had some of my own."
Life can be an uphill battle without the radiating strength known as confidence. I've been on both ends of the mountain, believe me the view is better with, than without.
I've learned on my own because I had no choice, but along the way I found celebrities who helped me maintain and keep inspiring the confident man I am.
No matter what people may feel, good or bad I will forever appreciate what Kim Kardashian West has done/does for me.
I grew watching this awesome family. During those times I was battling with my own self-esteem issues. I witnessed firsthand everything they've been through and how strong they've stayed through it all. I love each member with all my heart and glad I can say I learned a lot from them..
People tend to forget they're people like us, but their career involves the public, which at times can be a harsh reality.
Headlines or no, Kim is always on her A-Game maintaining a successful brand and personal life. Even when the world throws negativity her way she is a confident woman who keeps on going. She accomplished a lot, even made history along the way.
As humans we all make mistakes, but Kim's tend to appear in front of the world yet she still comes out on top. Making millions every year, after 12 seasons of a reality show with many spinoffs the ratings are still high and every venture she finds herself in theirs no denying it will succeed.
One of my favorite things Kim ever did was write that beautiful letter for national women's day really telling all the people who bash her where to go. If you have yet to read, I recommend it. The message is empowering and it shows just how much you can learn about your own self-worth. Something she taught me many years ago.
Hey, guys. I wanted to write a post elaborating on my tweets last night. In all seriousness, I never understand why people get so bothered by what other people choose to do with their lives.
If you look at someone without judgmental eyes you can learn a lot. Kim taught me to always love myself, be proud of what I am and of who I have become.
I was sick and tired having to defend myself in everything I do because people are leeches. When I put my foot down I felt my own empowerment and I even wrote my own blog post due to the nonsense I was experiencing, which you can check out by clicking here.
If you are lacking in confidence take a look at all the people showing off their own and learn something. It will change your life. Be proud. Open your mind, heart & soul to let the inspiration inside your world.
Born Paul Travis on March 11th, 1992. By the age of two, he was writing poems and stories about anything that caught his attention. Since a young age his love for all types of music, and creating influenced his vision of making a positive impact with inspiring fierce confidence to help others define themselves. Later he would find his career as a writer and singer.