Feeling good is one of the best rewards for our soul and our mind. And it often comes from doing something good, especially if you are proud of it. Easy random acts of kindness are a way of doing this. If you haven’t heard of the idea behind it, it’s all about doing something for someone else without expecting anything in return.
Hello everyone! Sometimes I share here my experience about well-established confidence experts, like for example I did with Russ Harris and his book on the four self-confidence traps. Today I want to point to a very special self-help guru, James Clear. He runs a high traffic self-development blog that gets over 1 million visits per month at jamesclear.com.
What’s special in James? His articles have a focus on habit and behavior change with scientific evidence and I like him so much because of this scientific “twist”. If you have read other top personal development gurus, you should have a try with James. You won’t be disappointed.
Hello guys, today I’m sharing a short story on self-confidence with a simple moral that will help you to get rid of those nasty people that are always trying to push you down.
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“The Tiny Lion Cub” – a short story on self-confidence
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This is the story of Jake, a small lion cub who was approaching the annual climbing competition of lions on a tree, an ancient tradition of his clan.