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Being Different and Getting Over It: How To Accept and Improve

However, difference can be seen as a flaw, and we all know society is cruel: people will always find ways to ridicule and insult these “flaws”. r

7 Smart Ways to Build Self Confidence

I believe the best way to build self confidence is by broadening your life experiences. When you work hard to increase your knowledge, skills and experiences, you’ll automatically become a confident person.

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. ~Anaïs Nin, Diary, 1969 r

How to Build Self Esteem Forever

Self-esteem is the way you judge and look at yourself. Some people believe that their appearance will enhance their level of self-esteem, but in reality, having high self-esteem comes from the ability to see yourself special and unique all the time. r

Feeling Confident

6 Ways to be a More Confident Date

Dating confidence tips to get you and your date relaxed and having an unforgettable time… r

Affirmations

Affirmations: A More Effective Way To Kick Off The New Year

Change your life with affirmations not resolutions. According to those who follow the cycle of the moon, the solar eclipse that took place on January 15 is actually the day we should all be making New Year resolutions. Whether it be January 1st or the 15th, we all tend to feel pressure to ‘resolve’ ourselves to do something when January rolls around: lose weight, workout, spend less, make amends. Ultimately, when we revisit New Year’s Eve on that same year, we look back and realize we have fallen short, or even worse, haven’t accomplished any of these resolutions. And if we haven’t had enough champagne to dull the nagging sense of failure, we are left feeling a little defeated, maybe lazy or worse, without real direction in our lives. r

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation: Which Do You Need?

A comprehensive explanation of different types of motivation.

You know what it’s like to feel unmotivated. You sit and stare at your to-do list, and nothing on it inspires you at all. It’s just a string of tasks that you wish you didn’t have to do. Simply getting started seems to take an unfathomable amount of effort.

Yet, you don’t always feel that way. You know what motivation feels like, too. You have times when you can’t wait to get started on something – a much-anticipated trip, a big project that you’ve been looking forward to sinking your teeth into, a new course that you’re taking, or a job which is going to be so satisfying when it’s done. r