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Undefeated

I just can’t stop crying seeing photos and films that I took with my friends a couple days ago.Remembering the memories of last weekend makes me desperate.Of course it’s delightful and precious, but it induces me to miss my friends so much.I really am nervous whether I can adapt with new environment and make friends in London.I truly have complicated feelings (excited, worried, etc) now, and my consciousness is always stuck in my head.It doesn’t mean I won’t leave, but my self confidence is getting weaker and weaker as my departure become closer.However I decided to study in London by myself and it’s my dream since I was a kid.Everything hasn’t started yet, so I must not be depressed.I have to stay positive, live in the moment, work hard, be kind, and stay strong! :) Continue reading

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Blog Archive » School Reports – Building a Child's Self Confidence …

Teacher has been very busy writing school reports.In order to prepare us to be able tounderstand these reports better,She played a guessing game with us. Photo Credit: Esther Simpson via CompfightShe read us all the ‘best bits’ from our reportsfrom Junior Infants,Senior Infantsand First.We had to guess who she was talking about.We talked about the meanings of words like‘articulate’‘phenomenal’‘spectacular’and ‘infectious’.Shane was able to tell us that ‘infectious’ means the same as ‘contagious’!Photo Credit: Mark Vegas via CompfightYou may wonder what the word‘infectious’ was doing in a school report!Well some teachers said thatthe students’  SMILES were ‘infectious’.We also learned the meaning of phrases like‘managing comfortably’ and‘has a great work ethic’. Photo Credit: Mart via CompfightIt would appear thatthe students in 2nd class Room 6have always been bubbly Photo Credit: Mark Kortum via Compfightand charming!Some things said about the studentsin 2nd Class Room 6when added togetherwould make it very easy for us to do some detective workand to narrow downwhat student we might behearing about.Phrases like:‘excels at PE’, Photo Credit: Chrissy Wainwright via Compfight‘a talented actress’,Photo Credit: Richard “Dick” Morgan via Compfight‘a wonderful singer’,‘a great memory for new vocabulary’, Photo Credit: Nawal Al-Mashouq via Compfight‘loves language’ andPhoto Credit: wisegie via Compfight‘a phenomenal mathematician’.For that reason Teacher only read outthese ‘give away’ phraseswhen we had guessed correctlywho this person might be.It was great to hear all the positive things teachers had said about us since Junior Infants.It made us feel good about ourselves  Photo Credit: 4-6 via CompfightTeacher didn’t read out our reports for this year.They are going to be a surprise …a good surprise! Photo Credit: Denise Cortez via Compfight.It will be the best report we every got.This is because we are more matureand grown upand intelligentthis year.Photo Credit: Steven Depolo via CompfightShe said our grown ups will be able to frame themand to photocopy themand send them to family and friends.So where do we go from here?We next week we are going to write our own reports. Continue reading

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Miss USA 2013: Evening Gown Glamshots Of Georgia – Maine

BRITTANY SHARPGEORGIA”I am a strong, independent, and self-assured woman. I pride myself on being wise beyond my years and having a strong sense of self.”BRIANNA ACOSTAHAWAII”I believe imperfections or quirks are some of the things that make women the most beautiful. Each woman should be celebrated for her own personal beauty and character.”MARISSA WICKLANDIDAHO”For us as women, the mirror is our biggest challenge today. We must come to terms with our reflection before we can hope to succeed Continue reading

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How to Build More Confidence and Be More Successful | design …

Confidence in yourself, others and in your business is vital to your success. If you are thinking of starting a business or you already own a business, you must already have some self-confidence to take such a big risk.Having confidence in your abilities is vital to your success in business because without it, you might be able to start a business, but you will likely hesitate to expand or leave your comfort zone, which is necessary to grow and thrive in a competitive economy.How do you build your own confidence and the confidence of your employees? How do you build it into the very structure of your organization? These questions are the focus of this article because they are so important to your overall success.Build ConfidenceTo build your own self-confidence it is important to focus on your successes Continue reading

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Martial Arts * 5 Ways To Build Your Self-Confidence …

Should you appreciate a powerful, healthy self esteem that bears you through overpowering times and also drives that you achieving your current most significant goals, martial arts training is for you.A person’s self-confidence is like a muscle, it needs to be exercised as a way to grow and also develop. In the 20 in addition years in which I’ve been educating Martial Arts in your community we’ve developed a Five step procedure for building self-confidence. These kinds of 5 actions can be discovered by any individual – with the right guidance:1.Correct System Posture. The importance of the correct physique posture is paramount. Continue reading

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fasterfood: it is day 7 of being stranded in the desert. “hey is it hot in here or is it just me”…

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The ADHD Workbook for Kids: Helping Children Gain Self …

The ADHD Workbook for Kids: Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills, and Self-Control by Lawrence Shapiro PhD English | 2010 | ISBN: 1572247665 | ISBN-13: 9781572247666 | 184 pages | PDF | 3,3 MBAll kids with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) want to manage their symptoms in order to get along better with others, build confidence, and succeed in school, but most don’t have the skills they need to get their impulsive behavior under control.The ADHD Workbook for Kids offers a simple way to help children with ADHD learn these critical skills in just ten minutes a day.This workbook includes more than forty activities for kids developed by child psychologist Lawrence Shapiro that can help your child with ADHD handle everyday tasks, make friends, and build self-esteem while he or she learns to overcome the most challenging aspects of the disorder. Alone or with your help, your child can complete one ten-minute activity each day to learn how to make good decisions and discover easy techniques for staying focused when it’s time to pay attention.Includes activities to help your child: Continue reading

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Taking Up Leadership Roles And Building Self Confidence To Carry …

Being a leader looks scary but here are few things to help you gain self-esteem, self-confidence and the ability to take on leadership roles in you personal life and in your job or career.You’ve just been asked to head up a group at work, and you don’t know if you’re capable of pulling it off.What can you do?You certainly don’t want your boss or co-workers to know you’re uncomfortable, and you need to show a sense of self-confidence for yourself and to keep them from walking all over you.How can you be firm and solid on the outside when you’re a mass of quivering jelly on the inside?First, take a deep breath, count to three, and tell yourself you’re in control.You should always remember that you wouldn’t be given a leadership role if someone hadn’t seen your good qualities and thought you could do the job.So the question is What did they see in you that you don’t see in yourself?Think about it.First of all,Get a piece of paper and write down your qualifications.If you know the people you will be leading, write down how you are more adept at being their leader.Write down the areas of the job you excel, at which they don’t?You obviously know your subject, better if not the same as your subordinates.Lead them as you’d want yourself to be led.The main purpose is getting the job done.What kind of job is it?Whether you have to get a magazine out, a car put together, a thousand shirts sewn up, or cages cleaned in an animal shelter, the main purpose of your group is to see the job to completion.There’s a right way and a wrong way, an efficient way and a poor way.If everyone works together under your supervision to get the job done, it can be done quickly and efficiently, and once it’s done you’ll feel proud of your accomplishment, and the next time it will be even easier.Each time you are successful at something it gives you another sense of accomplishment, thus higher self-esteem.In no time, you’ll be leading like you’ve done it for years.It’s important to always show that you are in control.Bring your people together and tell them what is to be done and how you expect them to do it.If you are sure of how you want to proceed, don’t let anyone change your mind.If you’re a little confused yourself, listen to others’ ideas.Then make the decision and stick to it.Tell each person what their task is and how you want it done.If they still question it, tell them it must be done that way, and see to it that it is.Remember, you are in control.You are the leader, and they must follow your direction.If you have the goal completed in your mind, keep the thought and see it through with your followers.If they hate you for it, so be it.If you were in their place you might hate yourself also, but you’re the leader and the job must be done.There can be no second-guessing once it’s started, and you can’t build self-esteem if you doubt yourself every step of the way.Oversee their work and compliment them for it.Giving subordinates compliments can make you feel much better, and will give you a bigger sense of self-esteem and makes your subordinates more interested in the tasks.It always makes a person feel better to make another person feel better.Lend a helping hand if you must, but do it as an overseer and helper, not as an equal.You must have the air of authority to keep their respect and continue to lead.Even if you’re quaking inside, don’t let them see it.Tell yourself you’re doing well and forge ahead.Always remember, all leaders once started out at the bottom.We all went to kindergarten or nursery school, were forced to face bullies growing up, and trudged along to the point where we’re now.You are now a leader, and it’s a scary thing but you can do it. JUST BELIEVE!Do you have a story for publication? Please email it to mayorbosspromo@gmail.com Continue reading

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Get Up and Move: Hip-Hop Dance is Here | Wood Stove House

Elijah Morton awaits guests at the MDC Open HouseElijah Morton didn’t start dancing until he was 21. He didn’t have the easiest life up that point, growing up in the foster care system, but found an outlet in dancing that defined his life path and gave him something to work toward. He hasn’t looked back since.In 2006 Elijah found his calling as a choreographer helping teach at a charity organization in Carlisle. Continue reading

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Honey Boo Boo plans public appearance | The Buzz

Honey Boo Boo plans public appearance6:20 am September 21, 2012, by Jennifer BrettWe took this photo of Honey Boo Boo and her mom when we went down to visit. Sort of looks like she has her giant inflatable hammer in a wrestling choke hold, doesn’t it?Honey Boo Boo is taking her show on the road. The 7-year-old star of TLC’s “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” plans a public appearance next weekend at a Global Championship Wrestling match in Alabama.Alana Thompson, as Honey Boo Boo is also known, will be on hand for the “Fall Brawl” at the Pell City, Ala. Continue reading

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