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Self-Confidence is the Key to Success

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

You may look at others and believe that their lives are perfect. The truth is that you are the only one who is fully aware of all your faults and insecurities. When you are feeling insecure, don’t forget that you are not the only one who feels that way and others also have their faults that cause them uncertainty.

Everyone at some time has regrets about how they have done things or the feelings they have had. If you want to gain confidence in yourself and your capabilities, you need to concentrate on your strengths and work on your weaknesses.

You have to have self-confidence to succeed in love and business. You need to look at yourself and discover your positive characteristics and you will find that these will be most obvious during times of hardship and stress.

You should take pride in the things you are good at. Concentrate on these things and have confidence in your ability to improve on your weaknesses. By having a positive attitude and a proper awareness of your strengths and weaknesses, you will easily reach your goals.

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Who Are You?: Define Who You Are

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Your life experiences will define who you are!

Your life experiences will define who you are!

Who exactly are you? It’s something we have all pondered over at one time or the other. Knowing yourself and being yourself are entirely different things. If you truly know who you are and only if you are comfortable enough in your own skin, can you be yourself. We have all been made to be unique on purpose and hence it’s alright to be different. By nature, we are all bound to change and as we embark on our own set of journeys, the key to being ‘you’ is to be self-assertive, to love yourself and to have faith in yourself, no matter what

We all have our insecurities, and our masquerades that we put on from time to time. Not always do we come across individuals that simply won’t understand who you are. So, instead of worrying about how you are perceived by someone else, focus on how you mark up in your own eyes. This will allow you to not only be yourself, but will also push you to be the best rendition of yourself that you can be. It’s all about finding that self-confidence and leaning on it.

What you should know is that the life experiences you have and how you deal with them is what will define you. Your actions are what will define you, not what others think of you or even how you perceive yourself. Who you are or who you will be all depends on these experiences and what you make out of them

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Two Ways Professional Speakers Show Confidence

Blowing your own trumpet is an art that you need to master.

Blowing your own trumpet is an art that you need to master. Professional speakers often advise against it, but it can work to your advantage.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

The art of Bragging (the humble way)

So what do professional speakers call a humble brag? Most people think when you brag you often will sound very boastful and most likely going to be disapproved by people.  The trick is t speak confidently about yourself without being boastful or at least without showing or giving that impression. If you see anyone who doesn’t like talking about themselves, that individual is not confident of them. Whenever you pass on an opportunity to talk about yourself you are missing out on an opportunity to sell yourself and let people make assumptions about you. Talking about yourself is a chance to set the record straight once and for all. What you need t understand is that for you to be able to sell your character successfully you need to be able you inform people about you in a way they will understand You can never go wrong with that approach.

Speaking Tactfully

The Art of Bragging (the humble way)

So what do professional speakers call a humble brag? Most people think that when you brag you sound boastful and most likely you are going to be disapproved of by people. The trick is to speak confidently about yourself without being boastful, or at least without showing or giving that impression. If you see anyone who doesn’t like talking about themselves, that individual is not confident. Whenever you pass on an opportunity to talk about yourself, you are missing an opportunity to sell yourself and let people make assumptions about you. Talking about you is a chance to set the record straight finally. What you need to understand is that for you to be able to sell your character successfully, you need to inform people about you in a way they will understand. You can never go wrong with that approach.

Speaking Tactfully

When you are selling yourself, you need to take care and make sure you speak of yourself in a tactful manner. Many people can start a blog today, have a million posts and not once write in the first person. These people are often afraid to share what they have experienced. Some of them are just uninformed and don’t see the need for people to know them. When you talk about yourself, people can relate with you more, after all, no one is going to go research who you are and what you are all about. Professional speakers often say you ‘gotta bring the mountain to Mohammed,’ and tell them about yourself.

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When you are selling yourself you need to take care and make sure you speak of yourself in a tactful manner. Many people can start a blog today, have a million posts and not once write in the first person. These people are often afraid to share what they have experienced. Some of them are just too ignorant and don’t see the need for people to know them. When you talk about yourself, people can relate wit you more, after all, no one is going to go and do research on who you are and what you all about. Professional speakers often say you gotta bring the mountain to Mohammed and tell them about yourself.

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The First Year of College Can Be the Hardest

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Peer pressure will be strong, especially for students with new-found extra freedom

Peer pressure will be strong, especially for students
with new-found extra freedom

Starting college can be a very difficult time in a young adult’s life. For many, it’s the first time they’ll be away from home. For those staying at home, or near home, the adjustment can still be hard, as they’ll often be struggling for independence, while parents may be trying to hold on to their authority.

In addition, a student may be having trouble deciding on a major. It can be overwhelming to try to choose a lifelong career at such a young age.  Some students may have coasted through high school and now find themselves having to try a little harder to make the grades in their college courses.

Making the right choices will be most difficult for freshmen, as they will undoubtedly wish to fit in. It is important to keep goals in mind when temptation to do the wrong thing comes into play.

Studying is important, but students should also leave themselves time for some fun. Finding a balance is key. Self-confidence will also keep students on track, and after the first year is under their belts, it will surely become easier to get into the proper habits for success throughout the rest of college.

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