lack confidence

See: misdoubt
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Internationally, close to three in ten (28 percent) lack confidence that they will be able to afford the life they want during retirement, including one in ten (11 percent) who have no confidence in this at all.
Some 19 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds agreed, while 23 per cent also admitted they now lack confidence when it comes to managing their money, according to the survey from Scape Group.
RAWALPINDI -- Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood has claimed that Misbah-ul Haqs men have the ability and skills to win the World Cup, but insisted that they just lack confidence to do so.
The latest ICAEW/Grant Thornton UK Business Confi-dence Monitor found that firms in the region are starting to feel the benefits of the burgeoning UK recovery, but still lack confidence of companies in other parts of the UK.
While they may lack confidence in their overall financial knowledge, the CUNA Women's Financial Survey released Aug.
Janey, by email AYOU seem to lack confidence to such an extent that although you think your husband seeing someone else you don't feel annoyed just scared that he will leave you.
MARTIN JOL insists his Fulham side will not lack confidence heading into their encounter with Chelsea.
Many firms are unable to find the skilled workers they need in the UK, and lack confidence in the ability of the education system to deliver the right people.
Melbourne, Mar 13 (ANI): A study has revealed that millions of women consume alcohol before having sex because they lack confidence in their bodies.
Many people over 50 haven't cycled for a long time and can lack confidence on a bike.
Assistant boss Jason Dair said: "We lack confidence.
The players lack confidence, especially Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney and Aaron Lennon.