Confidence is very important for youth. They should be confident; in who they are, in how they think and feel, and in what they do.
I’m not saying if you are confident, you can do anything. You can’t, because you’re human. What I am saying is that with confidence, you are comfortable being human. You accept your humanity; the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Not only that, confidence pushes you beyond your comfort zones to make the best out of your strengths and improve your weaknesses. You will still have issues and problems. But confidence helps you deal with them like a champion.
Everyone has a champion inside.
But a champion needs to be trained.