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Living with a lack of confidence is emotionally draining. It prevents us from fully embracing our own potential and keeps us down. Deciding to stop running from our fears and facing them head on takes motivation. The drive and desire to move beyond insecurity comes in a number of methods, some of which can be […]

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If we live with insecurity, then we need extreme motivation to break free of the molasses or concrete holding us in place. Different people are inspired to move forward and make changes by different triggers or catalysts. Some people think they need a swift kick in the butt, some respond better to a challenge, and […]

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Insecurity hampers our personal growth because it holds us back from moving forward, it prevents us from taking healthy risks, and it fills our lives with varying levels of apprehension, anguish, and anxiety. And yes, it gets worse. As if that wasn’t enough to deal with, insecurity also seems to have a life of its […]

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If you are plagued by anxiety, often feel vulnerable, and lack confidence, then you know what it is to be insecure. Some people walk around life as shy, sensitive wall flowers because of it. Others mask their insecurity behind bullying, manipulative, or controlling personality types. A few bury it under busyness by becoming workaholics or […]

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I watched two different television spots this weekend on actor Will Smith, whose newest movie Hancock is out in theaters July 2. One interviewer said Smith is a man “who knows who he is and where he is going.” As I watched Smith in action, I noticed how his passion, drive, humor, creativity, and inclusive […]

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