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Increase Your Confidence Using Mindfulness

Increase Your Confidence Using Mindfulness




Being confident takes more than just practice. The real key is developing a sense of your own self-worth and self-esteem which may have been undermined during early childhood. This can happen from internalizing criticisms and rejections directed at you from a parent or adult. While overcoming this is not easy, your brain can begin to replace negative thinking with positive thinking once you start to practice self-compassion. In this self-improvement video we will practice a powerful mindfulness technique to get you build self-confidence and self-compassion. Hi, my name is Eddie Grassi and I am a Career and Relationships Coach with lifecoachingaid.com. I hope my video was helpful to you. If you lack confidence or have low self-esteem, feel free to contact me by visiting my website below. I am a career and relationships coach in San Francisco. Eddie Grassi
lifecoachingaid.com
eddiegrassi10@gmail.com
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