Self-Confidence Changes the Game!

If you don’t believe in yourself and cannot stand up for yourself, no one else will. Reason being that even when people try to help you, they would still need you to be bold enough to take a step, sure enough to present your work, willing to advertise those goods, fluent enough to discuss that idea with someone and so on. … More Self-Confidence Changes the Game!

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Getting Rid of a Low Self-esteem

Low self-esteem is a tangible decline in the level of dignity and relevance with which one sees himself or herself. When a person suffers from low self-esteem, he thinks and believes that he’s inferior to everybody in the world and that his opinions or views about things are nothing to reckon with. It then goes a long way to disease his mental vitality and with time, without care, he begins to lose interest in life. … More Getting Rid of a Low Self-esteem

On Being a Self-Confident Teen- Part 2

Affirmations are positive and uplifting statements we say to ourselves. These are normally more effective when said aloud so that you can hear it yourself. Accept yourself as you are. Accept your weaknesses and work on them, and likewise, know your strengths. You’re not a perfect being. You have your weaknesses too, but they shouldn’t tie you down. Instead, work on your weaknesses and become a better person. Know your strengths too and be true to who you are … More On Being a Self-Confident Teen- Part 2

An Essential Trait Known as Confidence

Confidence is this beautiful. You might have encountered something close to this, where a person who knows little or nothing about a thing ends up sounding so right before people. Merely watching this person, how they walked with confidence in their gait, demonstrated and spoke confidently, with everyone giving them a pass mark. All that we saw oozing out of that person was the air of knowledge and all, when ordinarily we knew much more but were scared to speak up.  … More An Essential Trait Known as Confidence

Torn-made

“I have auditioned twenty times, I got five calls back, but each of them gave an excuse saying my role was removed to save cost. I couldn’t blame them, since the role didn’t make so much sense. I didn’t want to give up, so I tried music, they concluded I was good enough. That wasn’t enough to pull down any sort of hope, so I started to rap; they said I didn’t have the attitude. This time, I was brutally crushed, with the little hope I had left, I decided to audition for modeling, then I received a text message saying I was walking like someone who got a stick in between his thighs”… … More Torn-made