Developing Confidence: My New Article on Tiny Buddha

Greetings Friends!

I wanted to let you know that I am honored to have a new article on Tiny Buddha called Developing Confidence Without Becoming Arrogant.

It’s a (hopefully amusing) story about how I first saw how little confidence I had in myself.

Here is an excerpt:

“What you think of yourself is much more important than what people think of you.” ~Seneca

I used to labor under the gross illusion that confidence was elusive, like a Sasquatch.

Or fleeting, like a shooting star.                          Shy-Man

It’s there for a moment, then poof!—gone.

Did I dream it? 

To deepen this illusion, I believed that only a select few were anointed with confidence by an unseen hand upon their birth (this same mysterious hand also granted natural athletic ability), leaving the rest of us to muddle through, solely reliant on glancing blows of confidence that would hopefully show up when desperately necessary…

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As Always,

Thanks + Love!
Alix 🙂





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