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|As is our confidence, so is our capacity. ~ William Hazlitt, 1778-1830 ~ Men die of |
fright and live of confidence. ~ Henry David Thoreau, 1817-1862 ~ Smile, for
everyone lacks self-confidence and more than any other one thing a smile ...
|Chapter 10 Selling Yourself Not Selling Yourself Short As is our confidence, so is |
our capacity. William Hazlitt, 1778-1830, essayist, critic, philosopher Preview In
the final chapter we review the themes from the book and draw together the ...
|Hold the ideal of yourself as you long to be, always, everywhere-your ideal of |
whatyou long to attain-the ideal of health, efficiency, success.” Orison Swett
Marden (1850 - 1924) As our capacity increases so should our confidence in our
|We should reflect realistically on where we are now in our practice and what kind |
of practitioner we wish to become. We must be honest about our capacity so that
our goal will not be beyond our reach. As I have stated above, we must also ...
|things are pure, even so to the impure all things are impure. - Hare, J. C. As is our |
confidence, so is our capacity. - Hazlitt, William A decent boldness ever meets
with friends. - Homer In tribulation immediately draw near to God with confidence,
|We seemed so undeniably to be in touch with her, truly to know her, only to |
discover it was not so. How can we ever believe in, trust in, such things again?
Our faith in human beings may plummet. Our confidence in our ability to judge
wisely or ...
|If we have a major decision to make and our thoughts are swirling around in our |
head one after another, meditation allows ... This makes it so much easier to have
confidence in our ability to deal with the external changes in our lives and to ...
|CHANGING THE SELF-FULFILLING As is our confidence, so is our capacity. —|
William Hazlitt A THE RESEARCH: What We Predict Often Comes Tru Z? v A well
—founded psychological theory is that once we form an opinion of someone else
|CONFIDENCE. Large. Amount. of. New. Work. Under. Way—Many. Plants. |
Increasing. Capacities. In addition to the replies ... Our business has increased so
much that we have found it necessary to enlarge our general offices, which are
|Doubts as to our capacity for the resistance of a very powerful enemy, whose visit |
to this country we are taught to believe will take ... It was as much as to say, " give
us unlimited confidence, believe in our professions of vigilance and activity, but
do not attempt to institute ... Is this the kind of security which the hon. baronet (Sir
W. Curtis) boasts of as operating so powerfully on his mind, as to induce him to ...