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Second-guessing yourself

Second-guessing yourself

  • Low confidence leads to second-guessing, but second-guessing also leads to low confidence.
  • Stop second-guessing yourself in the moment and schedule time to do it deliberately.
  • Confidence and humility are not mutually exclusive.


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Self-confidence is a feeling of trust in your abilities, qualities, and judgment. Research suggests that confidence is important to health and psychological well-being. Learn how to be more confident and some of the benefits of increasing your trust and belief in yourself.

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