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We all know the benefits of being self-confident and be it personal or professional life, confidence always helps in performing well. Due to your confidence level, you might get noticed, applauded for your work, and accomplish your tasks etc. In short, you can achieve whatever you want in our...Read More

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The Dunning-Kruger effect is defined as the failure to assess self-efficacy by a person for specific tasks. Explanation: The DK effect affects almost everyone at some point in their lives. The extent of the Dunning-Kruger effect on a person as measured by David Dunning in test cas...Read More

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Complementary means to “to enhance or emphasize the qualities of each other or another”. Synonyms for complementary include harmonious, compatible, and matching. So by this description I would say no, low confidence and low self-esteem are not complementary to each other. They are...Read More

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No I do not believe all confident people are arrogant, in fact I think the opposite may be true. Arrogant people sometimes act arrogant in order to hide their insecurity, inferiority, and a lack of confidence. In other words, it’s a way for people with low confidence to protect their...Read More

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MBTI is an abbreviation for Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator. Basically it’s a personality test that results in sixteen different four letter codes for a personality. The MBTI code or personality that will tend to have the highest amount of confidence is probably the personality type ENTJ...Read More

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It is probably safe to say that some people with anxiety do have low confidence because psychologists and psychiatrics believe there is a relationship between the two. Some feelings of anxiety are normal, such as worrying about speaking in front of a crowd, or worrying about how others might...Read More

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There are many ways you can tell the difference between a confident person (CP) and an over-confident person (OCP). Here are just a few. A CP will recognize their imperfections and work to improve themselves; an OCP thinks they’re perfect. A CP will offer to help others because they...Read More

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You can help another person to feel more confident by avoiding criticizing, blaming, or shaming them. Almost everyone will say something during an argument that will hurt another’s feelings and shake their confidence. For example, your husband may say something like, “You’re...Read More

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No dumb people are not necessarily the most confident but they do often appear confident. I think it’s because they are often too dumb to understand the subtle differences and facts regarding topics and issues. It’s probably not fair to call them dumb. It would be better to describe...Read More

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Insecurity can most definitely have an effect on confidence but I think it depends on how much you dwell on the insecurity. It’s perfectly normal to feel insecure from time to time but if you focus on it too much, you will negatively impact your confidence. One way to not dwell on...Read More

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