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I’m All Ears!
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I’m All Ears!

I need your help! I'm in the process of writing a special report on confidence for highly sensitive people and introverts with special consideration for those with social anxiety. I'd like your opinion on 4 titles or anything that you can come up with. Here they are: (1)  How To Beat 7 Confidence Killers (2) 7 Ways To Quickly Determine What is Hurting Your Confidence (3) How You Can Overcome The 7 Barriers To Confidence (4) Why Confidence Matters & How To Beat 7 Confidence Killers Again, I'd appreciate any thoughts or comments that you have.    

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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Resolve To Be Better?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Resolve To Be Better?

I am a firm believer in making resolutions throughout the year. Taking stock of where you are and where you want to go can help you summon the courage to change your life for the better.

Unfortunately though, most resolutions are short-lived. I think the reason they fail is because most people don’t think their resolutions through and then follow them up with specific goals and action plans with a time element involved. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Does The Law Of Attraction Work For You?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Does The Law Of Attraction Work For You?

I’m a big believer in the Law of Attraction. The law of attraction is a simple concept. If you focus on the positive, you’ll attract the positive. If you focus on the negative, you’ll attract the negative.

Some people think that the Law of Attraction is utterly ridiculous because of the simplicity of this concept. I have found that my attitude does have a big impact on what shows up in my life. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Are You An Optimist Or A Pessimist?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Are You An Optimist Or A Pessimist?

It’s a scientifically proven fact that those who see the world in a “glass half full” kind of way live longer and experience less stress. Doctors claim that a big majority of all of their office calls are for chronic stress-related health woes, so it makes sense that if you see the world with a better mindset, you’d have fewer physical and mental problems.

When researchers at Concordia University conducted a study about pessimists and optimists, they discovered a direct link between the person’s outlook on life and their stress hormone levels. An optimist’s levels are steady, while a pessimist’s soars out of control and become unmanageable. (more…)

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