Closing The Confidence Gap

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DENVER --How we're socialized as kids plays a big factor later on in life. This is very true when it comes to our confidence. And for men and women it can vary quite a bit.

But it doesn't have to. Communications expert Audrey Nelson explains how we can close the confidence gap.


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  • Bruno Babic - PickUpFlow

    Yeah, I agree. As somebody who’s passionately invested in the fields of seduction and attraction in the context of dating tips for men, what I’ve learned based on my own experience as well as the experience of some male seduction artists is that what actually turns men on is the very action of just doing the things that feel right to them. In other words, just going for or doing the things that they really and truly want to do is actually what makes men feel alpha or confident. This is exactly why any man who wants to unleash his full inner alpha potential from within should get into the habit of stepping it up when it comes to overcoming his daily fears and getting out of his daily comfort zones. As a result, not only will he instantly start to feel great and extremely proud of himself for just doing it (regardless of the outcome of his action) but also he’ll immediately and naturally start to project the alpha male dominant body language.

    To sum up, I’d say that both men’s and women’s confidence comes from freely expressing their true selves and their true feelings towards people and things around them. As the result of doing so, you’ll start to feel amazingly happy with yourself and your life. And, the reason why you’ll feel amazingly happy can be best understood through Mahatma Gandhi’s happiness quote that says: “Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.”

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