is to always "believe in yourself", even if you don't actually know what "you're doing"
since most people rely on short-term feedback to determine their self-worth, they can't imagine that anyone who appears confident
could do so UNLESS they also were fully secure in their specific "job knowledge"
those are the people who plod along -- the ones who "go fast", do what I just said
they take on things that would scare others, because they know their "self-confidence" (in general)
gives them an aura of competency, no matter whether they are, or not
that "aura" is what allows those who wish to go fast to do just that -- because so long as they learn quickly, their "energy" will buy them time
that others, without that inner "sense of self", simply cannot "get"