Mindfulness and Confidence

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Mindfulness and Confidence

Mindfulness has been shown to intensify our confidence, improve our sense of well-being and strengthen our attention – all vital to being socially intelligent. – Michael Carroll

Confidence – Psychology Today is a belief in oneself, the conviction that one has the ability to meet life’s challenges and to succeed—and the willingness to act accordingly. Being confident requires a realistic sense of one’s capabilities and feeling secure in that knowledge.

Have you ever noticed that the more you practice at something, the better you get? The better you get, the more confident you are. When I was young, I heard:  I’m not very good, at least I’m lucky 😃

Dream Big

Terry Denesha

Terry Denesha

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