self-doubt


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The BIG release ''Brian Cox humanises Churchill, capturing his mood swings, self-doubt, irascible spirit and sharp wit
Almost everyone has felt the sting of being immobilized by worry and self-doubt, wanting to accomplish big things but not pursuing them because they lacked the confidence to do so," commented the author.
In my own experience I have often found self-doubt and education tied together in people's minds.
To combat self-doubt, Jose advised her fellow millennials to refrain from comparing themselves with others, as life is a journey and not a competition.
Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "True You: Overcoming Self-Doubt and Using Your Voice" should be considered a critically important and enduringly valuable read for young women ages 16 to 26--and has a great deal of useful information for women of all ages--especially as mothers raising girls of their own.
She stresses how important it is to talk about the feelings of self-doubt, to not let bigoted assumptions trigger your self-doubts, and to break cycles of external validation.
Being true to yourself is what feeds creativity, not self-doubt and criticism.
I think every cricketer has some self-doubt at some stage in their careers - some have it all the way through.
Dough must overcome her self-doubt and convince Wish that he must stop practicing Luminati.
Part of the test, so to speak, is the enormous self-doubt that these protagonists project.
You could never imagine Justin Harrison being wracked by self-doubt, on or off the rugby field.