7 Thinking Patterns For Self Confidence

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Confidence is not something that simply comes naturally. It takes a whole set of new ways of thinking and acting to increase your levels of confidence. On this weeks episode of GetPsyched, we take a look at the 7 top thinking patterns of people with high self-confidence and how you can use these tips to increase your own confidence levels. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are enjoying the videos from GetPsyched, then make sure to subscribe to the channel and hit the bell next to the subscribe button to get notifications of when I upload new content every week! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fill out my very short anonymous feedback form on GetPsyched to have your say on what you do and don't like and what you would like to see in the future - https://goo.gl/forms/j2lL8qfmcnMz7oF22 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Share this video - https://youtu.be/h6wYODRmXJc ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Why not visit my website - frasersmithcounsellingpsy.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also follow me on all of my social media channels here: Facebook - @GetPsychedOfficial - https://www.facebook.com/GetPsychedOfficial/ Twitter - @FSmithCPsy - https://twitter.com/FSmithCPsy Instagram - @fraser_smith_cpsy - https://www.instagram.com/fraser_smith_cpsy/ Linkedin - Fraser Smith -https://www.linkedin.com/in/fraser-smith-mbpss-1396447a/

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