On Confidence: A thought-provoking essay that teaches us that confidence is not innate, but a skill that can be learnt. (Essay Books)

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We spend vast amounts of time acquiring confidence in narrow technical fields: quadratic equations or bioengineering; economics or pole vaulting. But we overlook the primordial need to acquire a more free ranging variety of confidence – one that can serve us across a range of tasks: speaking to strangers at parties, asking someone to marry us, suggesting a fellow passenger turn down their music, changing the world. This is a guidebook to confidence, why we lack it and how we can acquire more of it in our lives.

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3 reviews for On Confidence: A thought-provoking essay that teaches us that confidence is not innate, but a skill that can be learnt. (Essay Books)

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