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How To Get Self Confidence Up – Face Your Fears – building Self …

How to get self confidence up? A question asked by many I’m sure but in my experience there really is only one way to accomplish this. There are many tools you can use to get you there but they all do the same thing in the end.So what is it that I’m referring to? Continue reading

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The Fourth Step in Leaving Law Behind – Facing Your Fears

This article originally appeared on Above the Law.As we discussed in the first three articles of this series, through Leave Law Behind, I work with many intelligent attorneys who nonetheless are unhappy and want to leave the law behind and do something else. They want to change their life and their work and their focus with the goal to be more satisfied, more confident and happier.I tell them the first step in leaving the law behind involves getting a handle on their money situation; to become as confident and exact as possible in understanding (i) their expenses, as well as any (ii) safety net and other sources of financial support they can call upon if needed.The second step in leaving law behind is about not letting your past undermine your future. More specifically, this step involves resolving any lingering demons law school may hold over your head (squeezing out more of a ROI from my law school “investment”, ensuring my identity is tied to being an attorney, what else would I do if I’m not a lawyer, etc.) that prevents you from moving forward with positive change in your life.The third step in leaving law behind involves focusing on exploring your Unique Genius. Continue reading

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Self-Confidence by Napoleon Hill | HighlandsAcademy.org

Know what you want, when you want it, why you want it, and how you intend to get it. — Napoleon Hill, The First Law of Success In The First Law of Success, Napoleon Hill insists that you must begin your new life of success by choosing “A Definite Chief Aim.” Before you begin to study the Second Law of Success, you may want to make a first pass at writing out your chief aim in life. At first, your aim may need some work. Mine began as “to develop and promote a philosophy of life based on the American values of hard work, self-reliance, and independence.” My aim has not changed all that much, but I have added to it the importance of building the communities in which we live.My chief aim misses out much of what is important to me in the American experience: our enthusiasm for new ideas, our courage in the face of adversity, our devotion to family, and our drive to make the world a better place. America is a diverse community that balances progress with conservation and mass produced goods with those produced by hand Continue reading

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