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Talk to Other People

Talk to Other People

To really believe that how you feel is no different from the way other people feel you have to start talking more openly about what’s going on.

This is the only way for you to be sure that when others look confident and capable they may not feel that way all the time.

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Talk to People

Don't expect anything. You’d be surprised at how much you can learn just from listening to other people talk.

You’ll get insight into people’s motivations, hopes, dreams, and ambitions. And you can learn how others got to where they are today—and if that’s a path you want to be on, too.

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