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5 Ways to Feel Confident in Under 5 Minutes

Do something you are good at

Whenever we are doing something new, we tend to feel bad when we fail. We ultimately wonder if we should quit. However, any skill that’s worthwhile will always be preceded by failure as you go through the process of learning.

By combining this process with doing something you are good at, you will feel your confidence rise. Be aware of your strengths and use them daily.

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