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How to Build Confidence

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How much confidence have you got? Confidence is complete, full trust. No one thing can blow a deal. You need to have complete trust in that. It’s a series of things that happen if you blow a deal. If you want confidence in life, get confidence in yourself. Most of the bags you pick up in life are losses, not victories. Full trust in self is more valuable than any amount of money. You need to invest in things that increase your confidence. Why is it so important to have confidence?

Here is how to build it and why:
1. Be professional in your dress and language. How you carry yourself counts!
2. Be the first one there
3. Have a great attitude
4. Gain knowledge
5. Work extra and go in on off days.
6. Be consistent.
7. Bring In Revenue

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