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5 Culprits Who Steal Your Self-Confidence Everyday

Manifesto of Confident People Series#3   You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. -Eleanor Roosevelt Did you even realize that someone stole your self-confidence? Every day, we deal with a lot of challenges that brings us into some emotional roller coaster.  Some people deal with it.  Some people escape it. Some people get miserable with it. Which one are you?  Regardless, you still get this freaking feeling …..

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The Confidence Cues Manifesto

  Confidence Cues inspires, informs and supports.  We are here to help you grow.  We’ll be sharing sources of inspiration, success stories, facts about self-esteem, assertiveness, achievement and related topics, and finally create a community of support.  Together we can each make our own project ME and help change the world. The manifesto is a guide for all our readers about our belief system. If you share the same view, join us! Be a part of this movement. Be a crusader of self-confidence! Get …..

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15 Influentials Define And Share Insights On Self-Confidence

Every month, millions of people search on Google for the definition of self-confidence.  I thought this was not a case of school homework research but rather a case of how much this state is sought by many people.  I have asked a number of influencers from different backgrounds and levels of experience and had one realization- self-confidence is in the eye of the beholder. It can be defined by technical terms, based on experience, in practical ways, on how one feels, based on gut level and the …..

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5 Benefits Of Making Reading A Habit

 To read is to fly: it is to soar to a point of vantage which gives a view over wide terrains of history, human variety, ideas, shared experience and the fruits of many inquiries.” AC Grayling Many years ago, there was this campaign on TV on “Read Today, Lead Tomorrow” that struck me.  I could not agree more as I was already a bookworm then hatching to be a bookmonster – haha.  I raved to read and create my own world of sorts. Don’t get me wrong.  I was not having illusions and voices …..

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