So my MC's flaw is that she is not confident in herself, and therefore hesitates on decision-making, second guesses herself, and is a bit timid. What are some good ways to convey this that doesn't rely on endless 'should I, shouldn't I" inner dialogue? I feel like my beginning is too angst-y because I spend a lot of time in her head worrying about a big decision she has to make. Plot context: MC Kaelie finds out she is the daughter of a famous warrior mother who died when she was young. Now Riders from her mother's former company have come to try to recruit her. Her father is adamant she not go. Mysterious and nefarious warnings from an unknown enemy threaten to harm her/her family if she does go. What are some ways to show her hesitation without boring my readers? And later, when she does eventually go to join the Riders, what are some good ways to show this flaw while training? Think weapons training- archery, swordplay, daggers, staff fighting, that kind of thing.