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overcoming confidence and shyness - a useful article

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    overcoming confidence and shyness - a useful article

    Hello everyone.
    Many of my clients have confidence and shyness problems and IÂ’m guessing some users of this site do aswell, so I did a bit of research and found a great article on effective ways to overcome shyness from an excellent performance coach called Damian Mangal. His work is consistently reliable.
    Some great techniques here. Good luck all

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    Last edited by atskitty2; 01-11-2018, 07:19 AM.

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    Thank you for your post. This is a great topic, tho' I removed your link.

    Would you care to share the highlights of the article, and we can open up some discussion?

    Personally I am not a shy girl, but I do tend to be on the quiet side which people mistake for shyness. Once I know people and have some trust and understanding for what they're all about, I open up much more. Being quiet initially is a choice.
    I genuinely don't choose to waste my energy on some people. Lol

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      #3
      I'm not shy either, but I can be quiet. I don't see the point of shoving my opinions down people's throat or yelling across a room. People have mistaken my kindness for weakness. Yes: I am generous, but I am not a bank and aren't going to do "favours" for anyone. Anyhow, people's misconception really bugs me. Even with shyness, boundaries and common sense are very important. But I am very glad I am not a shy person.

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