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3 Great Tips to Boost Your Confidence


We all suffer from time to time a loss in confidence  – and it does take some work in getting back on track.  But it really takes a conscious effort to workout what will help .. perhaps sometimes it is just taking some time out for you – go and have a facial, or a makeover.  A Color consultation is a great start – introducing the correct colors for your personal Skin, Hair and Eye Color can make an amazing impact on your confidence the physiology of color can definitely work in your favor.

We also have 3 great tips which are sure to help to get you back on track 


“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it,” wrote J.M Barrie.

TED-Ed brings us 3 science-backed tips to become a more confident person.
Curator: Parker Molloy

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it,” wrote J.M Barrie.
That line — appearing in the 1902 “Peter Pan” precursor “The Little White Bird” — is a perfect look at the power of confidence. “The reason birds can fly and we can’t is simply that they have perfect faith, for to have faith is to have wings,” Barrie continued.

And while the latter part of his quote isn’t exactly scientifically sound, it’s not without merit.

For more than a century, we’ve remained fascinated with the story of Pan — the boy who never grew up, who lived without doubt. His is a story of pure, unfettered confidence. In a way, we all aspire to live a life so sure of ourselves.

A program from the first production of Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” staged February 1905 at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London. Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images.

There are some major benefits to having confidence, and there are proven methods to boost it.
There’s a saying that “confidence breeds success.” But does it?

Science actually backs this up to a reasonable extent. Confidence can play a big role in how much success you experience in the workplace, in relationships, and even in your health. So let’s take a look at how to get there.

If we can learn to fail, we can learn to succeed.

And no, I’m not about to push some “power of positive thinking” type tips nor am I going to tell you to run out and pick up a copy of “The Secret.” Instead, let’s take a look at some science-backed suggestions to becoming a more confident version of yourself, based off of a video from the people over at TED-Ed.

GIF via TED-Ed.

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