Lessons learned about confidence

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Do you know how you feel about confidence?

How does confidence make you feel?

What does confidence mean to you?

Here are a few ideas about confidence as a model to encourage
creativity, incentives, and innovation for your consideration.

Confidence is…

…being prepared

…found in body language


Conclusions, and takeaways: Confidence has an advantage
in the management of choice, decision-making, and life!

You are able to take your lessons learned about confidence to
the next level when you are ready to…

Ask Dr. Rae
Believe in your self
Read The Power of Now

Bottom line: Confidence is your right to life, and living.

The choice is yours!

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What are your lessons learned about confidence?

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