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Optimism by Helen Keller 1772-Keller

11 Benefits of Optimism

Everyone falls somewhere on the sliding scale between pessimism and optimism. There are advantages to each, but on the average, optimism is a far better option. Optimism has so many benefits and can enhance your life in numerous ways. You might not consider yourself to be an optimistic person, but…

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You Can Do Anything Inspirational Quote by Katie Beauchamp Inspirational Picture

What Albert Einstein Can Teach Your Kids About Confidence

  Psychologists often describe confidence as a person’s belief in their own ability to succeed. Naturally, every parent would like their child to be self-confident. However, what seems to challenge parents the most is striking a healthy balance when encouraging confidence. They want to nurture their child’s confidence, but not…

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What Makes Life Meaningful Inspirational Quote by Joshua Marine Inspirational Poster

The Struggle Can Be the Reward

  The average person avoids challenge like he’s avoiding the plague. Struggling isn’t enjoyable, so it’s natural to avoid it as much as possible. There’s an issue with this strategy: There’s a lot to be gained from struggling. There are many aspects to humans that are anti-fragile, meaning that stress…

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Do The Things You Cannot by Eleanor Roosevelt Inspirational Quote Poster

Destroy Insecurity and Take on the World

Destroy Insecurity and Take on the World Insecurity is perhaps the biggest roadblock to achieving your goals. If you lack confidence and certainty in yourself and your skills, you’ll never leave the starting line. Insecurity is the result of poor mental habits and giving too much power to others. With…

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Talking To Our Children by Peggy O’Mara Inspirational Quote Poster

12 Tips to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence

12 Tips to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence The world can be a confusing and challenging place. This is especially true for a child. Children don’t have a lot of control over their lives. They also have to spend all day with other children, who can be less than supportive and…

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7 Signs That You're Not Assertive Enough

7 Signs That You’re Not Assertive Enough

7 Signs That You’re Not Assertive Enough Your parents may have raised you to be accommodating and to put the needs of others first. However, there’s a limit to how accommodating you can be without harming yourself. Eventually, you start to feel like others are taking advantage of you. At…

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Stop Doubting Yourself and Pursue Your Dreams

5 Strategies to Stop Doubting Yourself and Pursue Your Dreams

Whether you feel that achieving your dreams are a long way off or just a few moments away, it’s essential that you feel confident that you can reach them. The key to getting your dreams to become a reality is to believe in yourself and your abilities. Only you can…

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Boost Your Self-Confidence in One Week

7 Habits – 7 Days: Boost Your Self-Confidence in One Week

The benefits of a healthy amount of self-confidence are many. When you’re self-assured, it’s easier to achieve your goals, others are naturally drawn toward your charisma, and you feel more comfortable in any situation. Life is easier with self-confidence. Do you wish you had greater self-confidence? Luckily, increased self-confidence is…

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Emotional Dangers of Judging and How to Stop

The Emotional Dangers of Judging and How to Stop

Do you find yourself often judging others and criticizing them? Are you also critical of yourself? You may have formed a habit of judgmental thinking that you didn’t realize you had. Judging is a common issue and can have negative emotional consequences. Although some level of criticism is normal, frequently…

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