7 Powerful Mindsets of Confident People
If you lack self-confidence, you will always feel like you’re at the mercy of other people. When you overcome self-doubt, you will be resilient to life's inevitable obstacles and roadblocks.
Go where you are needed, not where you feel most comfortable.
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However, despite being perceived as such, studies show that if both given a scientific quiz, men and women provide the exact same results whether they underestimate themselves or not.
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A child that grows up with an affluent family has a different perception of himself than of the child who grows up in a one bedroom home with a single parent that could hardly provide sustenance for the two of them.