Monthly Archives: November 2010

Becoming Less Self-Conscious

This is my second vlog installment. I took everyone’s advice and improved a lot with my video talks. The main thing I would change about this particular recording is that the beginning is quite repetitive. That is something that is … Continue reading

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Playfulness

During the course of my self-confidence experiment, I have discovered that playfulness is a key ingredient to self-confidence and positivity. When I wrote intimately about the logic of suicide, I thought it was such a heavy subject to be putting … Continue reading

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Commitment: Repeat It

I talk about affirmations in one of my videos, and I just want to add this tip: repeat it. This is what habits, and commitment, are all about. Commitment Before I got into saying my desires out loud, I’d sometimes … Continue reading

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First Vlog Posts

This has taken longer than planned, but I finally put up some videos on self-confidence. The first one reflects better what I originally had in mind with vlogging about self-confidence as an advocate and guide and is more like what … Continue reading

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Confidence

If you have work to do on self-confidence, you probably have work to do on confidence directed outward as well. If you are judging yourself, feeling ashamed of yourself, you probably have similar judgments and negative feelings toward others for … Continue reading

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You Can Steer

Missy Higgins’ song “Steer” is about taking control of your life, which is what it takes to be self-confident. I love listening to this song because it is so uplifting. Check it out.

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