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Confidence

6 STASHED IDEAS

Practice failure.

Studies show that those who fail regularly and keep trying anyway are better equipped to respond to challenges and setbacks in a constructive way. They learn how to try different strategies, ask others for advice and perservere.

  • Think of a challenge you want to take on, realize it's not going to be easy, accept that you'll make mistakes and be kind to yourself when you do.
  • Give yourself a pep talk, stand up and go for it.

The excitement you'll feel knowing that whatever the result, you'll have gained greater knowledge and understanding. This is confidence.

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Confidence and self-perception
Confidence is not necessarily linked to any external marker - our confidence is rooted in our perception of ourselves regardless of any tangible external reality. So improving the external, tangible aspects of our lives won't necessarily build confidence.  - Mark Manson

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