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 Self-confidence :  How to have confidence in yourself!

Considered to be one of the key factors for success, self-confidence is not acquired overnight. However, a person who is confident has a strong asset that allows him or her to see things through to the end, and is therefore more likely to succeed in everything they undertake. So to understand how self-confidence contributes to success, here's the main thing to remember.


Whether in daily life or in the professional context, self-confidence is a real driving force in terms of motivation. Indeed, it must be understood that a motivated person finds it easier to find the will to carry out what he or she undertakes. In other words, it will be simpler for them to commit themselves fully, and they will therefore be more likely to achieve the goals they have set themselves.

-Having self-confidence means being aware of one's competence and ability to undertake one or more actions.
-This awareness allows you to focus all your energy on well-defined objectives.
-The result is motivation, which is intended to be a lever for success, insofar as it generates performance and efficiency.
-Insurance also allows you not to fake failure, a quality that only winners experience.

An asset of determination

It is important to understand that if self-confidence begins with introspection, it allows one to give meaning to one's life as well as one's work. In other words, gaining self-confidence means knowing how to enhance yourself and everything you do. It is in this way that determination, another key factor of success, is born. Showing determination can indeed change your life. To put it simply, it is often said that to be able to do something, you must first want to do it.

In this case, self-confidence allows one to realize one's true needs and desires, which then leads to decision making. In other words, once the person decides to succeed in a professional or personal project, it is quite natural that they will give themselves the means to do so.

Between self-esteem and protective attitudes

Finally, having self-confidence simply means having self-esteem. Having self-confidence thus makes it possible to gain the confidence of others, and at the same time to detach oneself from so-called protective attitudes. Protective behaviors such as having a tendency to compare oneself to others or to blame a failure on the outside do not allow one to evolve, and therefore to succeed in the end. The best attitude to adopt remains the "positive attitude". 

Seeing things objectively makes you aware of your limits and the flaws that prevent you from succeeding, and thus allows you to take advantage of your mistakes and failures. To be successful is indeed to experience many failures that will help you progress towards success.

5 exercises to boost your self-confidence today

If self-confidence is not an innate thing, it can be worked on perfectly. It is clear that having self-confidence contributes fully to improving one's daily life, both in personal and professional life. To boost your self-confidence, focus on five infallible exercises.

Preparation and breathing

To develop self-confidence, preparation is a must. Depending on the situation you are going to face, take the time to take it easy. In fact, working on your interview or your date allows you to project yourself into the situation you are going to have to face. To have an idea of what will have to be said, to be done, to opt for the good behaviour... 

of the preparation is born then self-confidence, insofar as it will be essential for you to gain the confidence of the others to get a job or to live a romance. But as regaining self-confidence is never so simple, on a daily basis you must also work on your breathing. The exercise consists in taking a big breath in and out slowly, easy to implement and allowing you to fight effectively against inner tensions.

Face your fears and keep your promises.

Between working on your breathing and preparing yourself mentally to face a situation that seems delicate, but which nonetheless seems banal, there is another equally effective exercise to help you regain your self-confidence. It is simply a matter of practicing how to face one's greatest fears. Speaking in public, meeting strangers, making an important decision... these are all situations that can be sources of fear and can lead to a lack of self-confidence. 

Also, the exercise consists of just going to meet your fears after having identified them, precisely to learn how to manage all these emotions such as sweaty hands, tremors, etc., signs of a lack of self-confidence. Another practice that also helps to regain self-confidence is to keep promises. The idea is to set yourself measurable goals, such as approaching a co-worker first, for example, and do everything possible to achieve them.

Changing your self-image

Finally, an exercise that has proven to be successful with individuals who lack confidence is to practice gradually changing the image they have of themselves. It is important to understand that a lack of self-confidence is often the result of a poor self-image. Also, it is essential to train daily to change one's self-image.

Make a list of your qualities and strengths both at work and in your daily life.

Take stock of all your accomplishments, your successes, all the things you have accomplished despite the doubts you have about your skills.

Take a step back from yourself and take stock of all these experiences and discoveries that you would have been able to live without this handicap, which is a lack of self-confidence.


Trembling, inability or difficulty expressing oneself, sweaty hands, need to isolate oneself, these are all undeniable signs of an individual's lack of self-confidence. If the lack of self-confidence can be described as a malaise in the face of a given situation, it is much more complex and proves to be a real handicap, constituting a real brake on personal development. Therefore, to regain self-confidence, follow the following steps.

Understand what self-confidence is

Generally speaking, self-confidence allows a person to believe in his or her abilities and potential. In other words, to have self-confidence is above all to know oneself, not to be afraid to face the challenges and unforeseen events of one's daily life. So, when an individual feels a lack of inner security and/or lack of recognition from others, does not succeed in asserting his needs, or in acquiring skills, he must therefore do some introspection. 

Indeed, to regain self-confidence, it is necessary to start by getting to know oneself first. Then, it is also necessary to accept yourself as you are. This step is essential to stop withdrawing into oneself. Lack of self-confidence actually translates into an uneasiness expressing itself through multiple feelings, such as shyness, stress, anxiety...

Prepare yourself psychologically

After the work of introspection, comes the stage during which the individual must learn to manage his discomfort, preventing him from regaining self-confidence. For this, psychological preparation is an infallible exercise. Because self-confidence is above all a struggle with oneself, it is always beneficial to meditate on the situation the person is facing. The idea is to prepare one's mind to face a given context or to anticipate the unexpected, in order to be able to better manage the possible emotions that might surface. 

In other words, anticipation can be a great help for a person who doubts his/her skills, since the control of feelings at the right moment will allow him/her to see things in a more objective way, so as to eliminate all negative thoughts that prevent him/her from moving forward in everything he/she undertakes.

Set up an action plan

Finally, to regain self-confidence, developing a well-defined action plan is just as wise. Indeed, seeking to regain self-confidence in order to gain the trust of others is only feasible if the individual does his or her part. Concretely, when faced with a lack of self-confidence, it is necessary to :

Set very specific objectives, such as breaking the ice with your loved one, giving a speech in public...

Prioritize these objectives and set a specific timeframe for each goal.

Deliver on promises by going the extra mile to achieve your goals.

Reward yourself with a treat, a shopping day... after each goal is achieved.


For personal development professionals, self-confidence is the essence of fulfillment, but this rule is just as valid in private life as it is at work. In order to grow professionally, self-confidence is an indispensable ingredient. So if your mind is currently generating some doubts about your skills, here are some ways to regain your self-confidence.

To enhance yourself to gain the respect of others

At a time when you question your skills in relation to your current position, feel an inexplicable drop in motivation or feel dissatisfied with your work, these are signs of a lack of self-confidence. To overcome this state of mind, you need to do some personal work to regain your self-confidence. To do this, you will have to work on your self-esteem in order to regain the self-esteem you lack today. 

Take a step back from your professional situation and take stock of your strengths and weaknesses. You are passionate about your work, but you are struggling to gain recognition from your supervisor and/or colleagues? Then highlight your strengths, so as to gain their trust and respect. The latter then helps you believe in your capacity as a worker and in your skills.

Become aware of your limits in order to move forward

Having self-confidence also means recognizing that you have limits. Be aware of your limits and don't hesitate to communicate them to your hierarchy as well as to your colleagues. As long as you have the right arguments and are able to justify your possible refusals, you don't have to fear upsetting anyone. Only in this way will you be able to advance in your work and grow with it, which are undeniable factors of professional fulfillment. 

If need be, don't hesitate to train to improve your skills in your field, or even acquire new skills that will allow you to move on to a more interesting position. Alternatively, it is also recommended that you transform these weaknesses into new strengths, a source of motivation that will allow you to surpass yourself in what you undertake.

Accepting that perfection does not exist

Another trick that should make it easy for you to gain confidence at work is to tell yourself that there is no such thing as perfection. Concretely, you will have to set certain priorities in your work to regain self-confidence, and therefore to blossom.

-Feel guilty about your lack of self-confidence and identify the factor(s) that led you to lose self-confidence: pay, work environment, unpleasant colleague or superior...

-Refrain from trying to perform tasks just to impress colleagues or management, but instead perform tasks that will bring you satisfaction.

-Focus your energy on your deepest motivations, the position in question, the company in which you are hired, the salary?


If you don't have a good image of yourself, your abilities and your personality in general, you will have a very hard time achieving success. Successful people are good in their sneakers.

Because they have vision. Values that allow them to understand that their work makes a contribution to the society they are part of.

Learning to value themselves is a necessity. You can't really be yourself and give yourself the chance to achieve your dreams if you're living in negativity. If we do not trust the gifts that the Creator has given us.

Here are a few tips that you should urgently apply to launch your personal revolution. To gain confidence in your potential and finally live the life you deserve.

Learn to value yourself: it must be done on the ground.

If I tell you over and over again that you must love yourself, recognize your strengths and abilities, it will only help you up to a certain point. The best thing is that you realize this for yourself.

And for that, you have to go out into the field. Experiment. As diverse as they are varied. As they often say, words are just words. Actions are always much stronger.

Trainings, trips, various tests, competitions... everything that can stimulate in you a desire to move forward, to accomplish something.

The result is not necessarily interesting. What counts above all is to get out of your comfort zone. Take pleasure in the challenge before you focus on the achievement.

And you'll see that this way you'll have an easier tendency to want to get in touch with adversity. And then basically, you'll have better results than you think. And you'll be able to lean on them to reassure yourself.

Every experience you have, good or bad, also enriches you psychologically. It allows you to put your finger on your strengths and weaknesses. And to learn to value yourself, you must first learn to know yourself.

So you don't really have a choice: get out of the house and smile at the adventure. To the unknown. Be open-minded. You only have one life. Don't spend it in fear and negative self-perception!

Knowing how to surround yourself with dynamic people is another necessity to learn to value yourself.

Self-esteem is calculated by thinking back on all the good times we have had, by thinking back on our victories, on our positive values and also in the eyes of the people who love us and push us forward.

If you have people around you who are also suffering from a lack of confidence, you will not find comfort with them.

JFK said that the art of success is the art of surrounding yourself with the best. He is absolutely right. If you're not able to be a driving force, you need to find people who will help you feel better about yourself.

My advice is to find a circle of people for whom your involvement will mean a lot. If you don't know who to talk to, where to find these people, I advise you to start taking an interest in organizations and events that are in line with your own values.

Join associations, language courses, sports clubs, a political party, do volunteer work... and you will find people who have the same ideals as you do.

Sharing ideas will allow you to see your value. Gain confidence. And necessarily to have a better opinion of yourself.


 The question may seem strange. Or even almost useless. I don't think so. And it's a question that has been asked several times by different readers. And looking at these requests, I understood the situation.

Fear following a car accident. Phobia. Lack of confidence... some people can no longer manage to remain calm and serene when they take the wheel. Lack of positive experiences, no doubt due to a lack of positive experiences. And to the realization that we have in our hands, a death machine.

So how do you regain self-confidence to drive? How can we overcome this daily hassle that can end up having real material consequences?

How do you become better, in general?

Whatever the origin of your fear, of your lack of self-confidence when you drive, it is important to react to it. Because a person who lacks confidence can become dangerous. For themselves. And for others too.

The best advice I can give you is to be accompanied by someone who has more experience than you. And to go on small country roads. As deserted as possible. There you will train.

To control your vehicle in all situations. Getting up to speed. Emergency braking. By focusing on all the points that seem the most difficult to you.

Leave them aside to focus on your objective.

You will hear here and there that driving is easy. You'll be faced with angry drivers who will put pressure on you.

Sometimes you'll have to deal with your own stress... but there's one thing you should keep in mind: to regain the confidence to drive, you need to drive at your own pace.

Don't let outside pressures get to you. Don't let outside pressures get to you. Let them get nervous. Take risks if they want to. In this kind of situation you have my blessing to be a little selfish.

To think only of yourself and the progress you are making. Little by little. To regain control of your emotions. Because in the end, that's all that matters. To be serene. Even if it takes time. Even if it takes effort.


If the birth of a child is the most beautiful thing, the difficult passage that its mother experiences is not negligible. The pain in the first place, is no longer to be demonstrated. But that is not all. The body also suffers damage.

In the genitals, but also in the weight, the chest and more generally in psychology. You have indeed heard about post-natal depression.

After the birth of your child, you have to rebuild. You have to adapt to a new life. And give nature time to do its work.

Communication helps to regain self-confidence after childbirth.

Mom cannot stay alone, isolated, after giving birth. The couple must come together. And it is important that the one who has just given birth is also supported, that she can talk about her feelings. About her way of managing and seeing the new situation.
Men and women have different perceptions. And communication is always one of the best ways to avoid misunderstandings. It's important to have this feeling of being supported.

Being a mother: a primordial, rewarding, unavoidable role in the universe

Fears and doubts invade those who face a new situation. And even if you have tools since you have been following my publications, you know that having a child is a big change. For a mother, it raises physiological questions.
To regain self-confidence after childbirth, it is also important that the mother be supported in her role. That the father can give the child time and highlight the great thing his partner has accomplished.

Giving birth is not insignificant. Far from it. And looking into it can already help regain pride. Even if the hormones can sometimes regain control. It is important to tell yourself that what has been highlighted is nothing else, nothing less than a miracle.
It is the miracle of life. And you've witnessed it (even the author). Remember this the next time you feel your self-esteem slipping.


In order to feel good about your body and mind, you have to take action. You have to be able to make decisions. To want to move forward. To give yourself credit. Self-esteem and self-confidence are intimately linked.

You have to dare to trust yourself in order to finally appreciate yourself, because it comes from the results you get, whatever areas you are thinking about when you read this article.
Esteem is ultimately achieved through trust...and the more you appreciate yourself, the more you trust yourself. The story of the snake that eats its own tail?

Acting now with the certainty of improvement

The first thing to implement is trust. Not necessarily in itself or in obtaining very important results. But in the fact that you "don't know what's going to happen".
For example, if you sign up for a contest, to boost your self-esteem and self-confidence, you must first focus on the fact that you don't know in advance the level of your performance.

This allows you to understand that just going in and taking the tests is already a system that boosts confidence. It pushes you to your limits. With the results, good or bad, you will have certainty. You will know where you are strong and where you are weak.
And of course, among all the feelings that are provoked, you will find a certain pride, the basis of your self-esteem.

Learn to appreciate and trust yourself based on experience.

To boost both self-esteem and self-confidence, sometimes all it takes is a few minutes to remember past successes. Whether you had doubts or not, you've had victories.
Personal, professional, athletic... you have key moments in your life that you should often rethink. To ensure that you are indeed able to face the challenges of your life and come out a winner.
It is a very good way to question doubts and fears. And to start giving yourself the value and respect you deserve.


"How to increase self-confidence" is a traditional question when we are interested in the development of the individual. In search of the means available to express one's potential. To become the being who refuses to enter a small box, but wants to fly on his own wings.
What do you think about it? What do you think about it? Here are a few tips that don't go out of fashion. They will always be useful to you, wherever you are. No matter what obstacle you face.

The question of the legitimacy of criticism

What is very interesting when discussing self-confidence is to look at the pillars of its questioning. And you won't contradict me if I raise the other person's gaze, the external judgments as one of the most important.
We often have the impression that the individual does things to follow a norm more than to assume his own desires.

When this kind of desire to fall in line comes to you, when you feel fears and doubts rising within you because of the fact that someone might have an opinion about you, I advise you to ask yourself a fundamental question:

- What legitimacy do these people have that you are afraid to judge you?
Do they know your background? Your feelings? Your potential? Your goals? No ? Then why should you let them influence you when you know that their judgment is only a reflection of their own fear?

Experience always drives learning

People who do not have confidence in themselves are people who forget to rely on the riches of their lives. Every day you make choices. You meet the challenges of adversity. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. But you always learn.

To increase your self-confidence, you have to be able to bring that out. To realize that our life experience is a permanent enrichment. That you are stronger today than yesterday and that you will be even stronger tomorrow.

Of course, this truth is even more exacerbated in individuals who dare. Get out of their comfort zone. Follow their heart. Live their life. Never forget that you have only one... and that it is a pity to let illusions prevent you from enjoying every second of it!


Self-confidence is the energy that motivated, open-minded people who are always ready to take action overflow with. It is this feeling that invades you and gives you wings. It makes you think that nothing can stop you. And it has also become, in recent years, an issue for discussion and debate.

Because not everyone radiates. Because the individual also has this tendency to find excuses not to act. Because psychology is something fragile.

Together, through this article and all the other publications that I am making available to you, we will highlight your ability to find the state of certainty. We will convince you that you can achieve everything you dream of.

A healthy mind in a healthy body

The trust you place in yourself is not just a belief, a faith in your abilities. It is also a form of respect for yourself and your body. For if your physiology doesn't keep up, you won't be able to do great things.

In order to develop your self-confidence, you need to focus on areas that may seem trivial at first glance, but which have a real impact on your life. Like what you eat, what you exercise. Your breathing. Your non-verbal attitude.

If you want to breathe serenity and be ready to face the challenges of everyday life, self-persuasion won't be enough. You have to be in good shape and show your charisma through your posture.

A question of image...

The way you talk and the way you behave influence the image you have of your existence. If you use a vocabulary based on expressions such as "I hope", "I will try", "we will see", "maybe"... you display your doubts and fears.
In order to develop self-confidence, you need to adopt reflexes that condition positive thinking and stimulate pride. Don't try, do. Don't hope, be certain. Assertive talk will prevent you from making excuses before you take action.

The direction of your life depends on the questions you ask yourself

To develop self-confidence, you have to ask yourself questions. The right questions. When an obstacle emerges, you have two choices: believe you can overcome it and give yourself every means to do so, fighting to the end, or give up. Perceive yourself as incapable.

It all depends on your reasoning. How do you perceive your life? When something bad happens, what do you ask yourself? "Why me? Or rather, "How do I react? Are you a victim or an actor of your improvement?

Self-confidence is in fact nothing more than the ability to focus on what is important. Not to rely on value judgments. To consider failure only as a stage of learning.

We attract what we fear and always find what we are looking for. If you convince yourself that you are capable of reaching heights, then you will do everything you can to translate this thought into action.

Your focus is important, decisive. It is up to you to decide what to focus on. Do you consider the challenge or the difficulty? Do you like challenge or ease?  Do you give up at the first obstacle? Or are you trying to figure out how to get over it?

Your self-confidence depends on your perception and attitude. To strengthen your self-confidence, you need to question yourself deeply. Only you have the answers to the questions you ask yourself!


As you know, your self-confidence and self-esteem are the driving forces behind success. It is impossible to accomplish great things if you are not able to believe in yourself, your qualities and your ability to see things through to the end. To make the effort to reach your goals.
Self-confidence is acquired in different ways. Through different ways. But all of them are linked to something extremely important: experience.

You may not have a great body image. You feel a little weak. Not ready for the challenges of your life. Well it is possible to improve your self-confidence through sport. Here's how:

The notion of rigor: a step towards the right state of mind

Of course, there is a notion of physical well-being that will naturally arise from the practice of sport. With the loss of weight, the formation of muscle mass and the improvement of respiratory performance in particular. And all this will contribute to improve your self-confidence.

But beyond that, we find in sport values that allow you to redesign your personality. To move forward. To believe in yourself.

This is the case of rigor. If you want results, you're going to have to train on a regular basis. And that prepares you to follow plans, to make efforts in an organized way and always with an objective in mind.

Improving self-confidence through sport: surpassing oneself as a key to fulfillment

Another of these values that change everything is the surpassing of oneself. As Tony Robbins says, you never know how far you are from success. And the one who will meet it is the one who will stop last. Who will make the ultimate effort to cross the finish line.
The one who will not give up. Regaining confidence through physical activity is not just a matter of improving one's condition or the image one sees in the mirror.

It is also thanks to this parallel that we can make between the moment when we give everything in the gym or on a field and the way we carry out our professional projects.
Sport is life. And it can help you achieve great things. I advise you not to ignore this!


Gaining self-confidence is very good. But keeping that strength, knowing how to recreate peak states when you really need it, is even better. Confidence is like a plant. If you don't feed it, if you don't allow it to sunbathe and express itself... it weakens.

But then how do you do it? How do you keep your self-confidence? That's the real question you should ask yourself. And here are the first elements of the answer.

The experience at the heart of your personal construction

Ask yourself: what are you proud of? What makes you who you are? Who gives you certainty? What is your answer? Your experiences. Your successes and failures.

When you take action, you promote knowledge. About yourself. About your environment. Processes that lead you to success. Mistakes you can make. And ways to learn something important from them.

What is it about very charismatic people that others don't have? Great experience. Forged in the field.

You are in control of your emotions: keeping your self-confidence is above all a decision.

We talk about it often enough during the Motivated On a Daily basis program for you to understand what I'm talking about.

He who controls his emotions controls his life. His destiny. And gives himself the chance to better analyze the situations he faces.

What should you do? Decide not to let other people, their opinions, their judgments get to you. Decide that no toxic emotion can and should affect your desire for fulfillment, for improvement. Decide that yes, you can reach your dreams and do everything you can to achieve them.

Maintaining your self-confidence means above all being aware that every day is an opportunity. To go out and meet new opportunities, to experiment and to learn something.
People who cultivate their confidence are those who accept the challenge. People who want to take up challenges. People who do not only think about results, but who also give themselves the right to highlight their room for improvement.

Trust is something you have to work on. But you have to accept to make an effort. Is this your case?


The question is biased. In any case I see it like that. Why is it biased? Because when someone asks you how to regain self-confidence after a failure, this person puts forward the idea that it is devastating. That he or she is breathing down your neck and questioning who you are.
But for me, there is no such thing as failure. I prefer to talk about opportunity, challenge, even setbacks. But not a phenomenon that makes you feel pathetic, small, useless.

Everybody knows about failure. Especially those who are abundant today. Why is that? Because their current state proves that they have put themselves into action. That they have learned along the way to become that person capable of fulfilling the dream that animated them.

Regaining self-confidence after failure by understanding its nature

You understand it now, the main thing is to change your perception. Not to see failure as a questioning of your potential, but as a teacher.

As a help to refine your definition of objectives and to know where you stand in relation to them. Without failure, you can't accurately identify the efforts you need to make. The distance that separates you from success. You can't be realistic.

Everyone you consider a role model has had a difficult time. Without it, achieving a goal cannot be satisfying.

Failure makes you stronger, allows you to see further. To analyze one's strengths and weaknesses. To get to know each other better. It is an aberration to recognize only a negative impact.

To refute the obviousness and to use the force which is in oneself to regain self-confidence after a failure.

So it's true that on the spot, missing or losing something is never fun. And we have this tendency to let the immediate surpass us. Listening to our feelings only when they "explode".
But deep down, you know that if you didn't succeed, you weren't ready. You were missing something. Your mind wasn't strong enough.

To regain confidence, you need to see failure as part of the learning process. And even success on a global scale.

Meditation and reflection on yourself will help you overcome this obstacle. Don't let yourself down. Get up and prepare yourself. Failure allows you to know your enemy better. And to know exactly how to defeat it!


"Gaining self-confidence" ... doesn't the title itself motivate you? For me, it gives me the peach. And that is really what I want to share with you today. I want to prove to you that you have all around you dozens, what do I say, hundreds of daily opportunities to regain confidence in yourself, in the future, in your environment.
And to free you from the doubts that follow you everywhere and that prevent you from making the choices you want to make. To lead the life you really want to lead.
So believe me, yes, it is possible to gain self-confidence.

Winning okay... but how do you play?

The vocabulary of challenge, of challenge, of competition is in itself exciting. It shows you that you can be rewarded for your efforts. All that remains is to understand their scope and nature.
A lack of self-confidence is above all a fear of assuming who you are inside. It's an apprehension to rub up against others. It is a secret and unexpressed desire to shine, restrained by limits that one erects oneself.

And to absorb this, we must go step by step. You have to build a mentality based on openness. The willingness to give oneself credit and to move forward. To gain self-confidence, you're going to have to make small daily efforts that will end up changing your point of view, the image you have of yourself. And in the long run, this will make you more effective in everything you do.

Force yourself every day to make decisions that you think are difficult.

Man likes routine. Because it provides stability, confidence. The problem is that habit is also a limit to the expression of your potential. Do you want to gain self-confidence? Try to break this frame. So how do you do it? Here is a non-exhaustive list of ideas to implement urgently in your daily life:

- Lean towards new hobbies, activities that are unknown to you...
- Approaching strangers in the street, simply to say hello or pay a compliment to them
- Read a new book every month
- Watch one motivating and inspiring video a day
- Get involved in the life of your neighborhood (associations, activities, etc.).
- Get some exercise
- Discover new flavors, new music, without prejudging whether you will like them or not.
- Write down your priorities for the day in black and white.
- Always keep in mind that each of your choices can have unpredictable and incredible consequences.

To gain self-confidence, you have to be ready to go out in the field and face the challenges of everyday life. Will you dare to come out of your shell and show the world what kind of wood you are made of?

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