Confidence

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In this section, we break down the concept of confidence into a set of practical, easy-to-use principles. These articles will help you understand and cultivate the essential characteristics of confidence, and apply them in every area of your life — at home, at work, and out in the world.

Where Is Your Swagger?


Swagger is an intriguing word. It is something all men want yet have trouble defining. Whenever you look up the definition of swagger, you can find two meanings of the word; one that talks about carrying yourself in a confident manner while the other is about carrying yourself in a loud, arrogant and boastful manner.


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High Risk, High Reward


It’s the fourth quarter. You are on the 40 yard line, and a touch down wins the game. You have line men coming at you when you let it rip down the field. When it works, it is the biggest victory of them all and when it fails, you know you gave it your all. When you sac up and … Read More


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No One is Everyone’s Cup of Tea


I remember one particular day in seventh grade… I was rattling on and on to my dad yet again, gossiping about this person and that person that he didn’t know and bless his heart, probably didn’t care about at all. I was all, “Blah blah blah, she likes him but he doesn’t like her, which doesn’t make sense because she’s … Read More


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Building Strong Inner Confidence


We have been our own worst critic since the dawn of time. We can be down right ruthless with ourselves. If we talked to others the way we talk to ourselves, we would push away a lot people from our lives. Even when it comes to our looks we can be critical. From the bump on our nose to the … Read More


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Open Up And Say Ahhh


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The easiest way to get what you want is to ask for it. We’ve talked here immensely about asking for what you want and how high value people are comfortable doing so. They are fine whether they get what they want or not. They would rather leave an interaction knowing that they went for what they wanted than wondering, “What … Read More


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