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Whether it’s a friend, relative, significant other, coworker or an acquaintance, even the smallest gesture can do wonders to encourage confidence in others.
If you’re feeling stuck or unmotivated, I hope at least one of these tips will help you push through.
No matter which industry you’re in, where your passions lie or what path you’re on, there will come a time when you compare where you’re at to where someone else is.
Having low self-esteem doesn’t mean you can’t love yourself and build confidence.
My first conference didn’t go so well…but I learned some invaluable tips that can help YOU not make the same mistakes.
Living your best life starts with embracing who you are. The good, the bad, and the ugly — you’re unique! It’s time to use that unique blend of talents to make the world a better place.
For those of you naturally shy and quiet individuals looking to step outside your comfort zone and develop a little more confidence.
Kind words, a little dose of encouragement, and simply letting people know you are there for them goes a long way in ensuring the people we love have the support they need to succeed.
Going to a wedding without a date can leave you feeling very single. But fret not, you can still have a total blast!
Words from a bully cut deep, no matter how old you are. But coming through the experience makes you a better person.
Thought you left stereotypes in high school? People will still try to put you in a box for the rest of your life.
Studying abroad is incredibly awesome and life-changing, but it’s a little scary too.
We all have insecurities that tend to invade our lives and touch base with us daily.
Letting a stranger validate you is no way to live.
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If you’ve read a post or visited Instagram for the sole purpose of ridicule or to pat yourself on the back for your superiority–you’ve hate-read.
Spontaneous choices about my appearance aren’t really a thing for me.
Society has tried to tell us that there is only one way to be an adult, and that has lead us to some bad habits that keep you from staying true to yourself.
I waited two hours for a guy to show up for a date.
Learning mental strength doesn’t mean I’ve cured my anxiety or depression, but I can push through those hard days, because I feel capable and strong.
Words cannot do justice to the pain that comes from truly hating oneself.
Self love starts on the inside.
Our language is so incredibly important, and so often overlooked. These 5 words you use regularly are undermining your confidence.
Networking is about exuding confidence, sharing your professional background, identifying your mission, and having a “what I can do for you” attitude.
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