That humility is a useful tool and confidence can be overrated.
Whipping yourself into a motivational frenzy may temporarily make you feel better, but it has hidden side effects.
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Don’t try to be confident about something when what you really need is courage.
I’ve tried a lot of those techniques myself and the effect is always temporary. Poor self-esteem is really a manifestation of a deeper problem.
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Any good self-help book will tell you to be confident.
The major disadvantages from false confidence are: Humility does not imply low self-esteem.
If confidence is often faked by positive affirmations about yourself, humility is not created through negative ones.