You don't need confidence, you need to relate

turtleneck0987

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The best interactions in your life are not characterized by confidence but by comfort. When you are with the best people in your life, these moments are characterized by comfort and ease. When you see a three-year-old running around and saying hello to everyone, they do not do it out of confidence.
What you need to ask yourself is not how to gain more confidence to feel at ease but how you can change your perspective on others, how can you relate enough to realize you don’t need any confidence.
 

Justin M

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I agree. Your state of being and either being comfortable or being able to tolerate the discomfort in yourself are the keys to being confident Relating to others is better than condemning them.

Your perceptions are affected by the way you feel, and the way you feel will affect your self-confidence. Limitations are not formed by the conscious mind but rather the subconscious mind.

All of our body programming is being run through the subconscious mind; this includes digestion, our heart beating, healing abilities, and even irrational fears and phobias. The conscious mind is not the decider of reality, but it is the experiencer of it.

If you want to experience real change in your life, then you would have to be able to change/reprogram your subconscious mind. All of the book reading, seminars, and psychology are worthless for permanent change unless the subconscious mind is changed as well.
 
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Davidleo

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When you first start out in business, you may feel you don't have all the answers. That's more common than you can imagine. However, that is no reason not to start sharing what you know with clients and recognizing the unique angle you bring that no one else can.