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Confident vs insecure

Being wrong is not a sign of weakness
Stay true to you
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One thing that separates the confident from the insecure is that confident people tend to acknowledge their mistakes, learn from them, and move on, whereas insecure people frequently do whatever they can to avoid admitting flaws & often seek ways blame their blunders on someone or something else.

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Being wrong is not a sign of weakness
Stay true to you

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