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How confident are you in your intelligence and general capability?
How confident are you in your ability to improve your intelligence or capabilities?
How confident are you about your relationships, in general?
How confident are you about how people approve of you?
How confident are you about expressing yourself, in general?
How confident are you in your career or job, in general?
How confident are you about making needed or desired changes in your life?
How confident are you about taking risks?
How confident are you about your ability to handle failure?
How confident are you in your ambition, goals, and ability to succeed?

Now that you’ve identified the areas of low-confidence that you wish to work on, the next step is to identify what specific aspects of those areas that are your problem areas. This time you want to dig deep into the details! The more specific you can be the better. For each of the Target Confidence Areas you’ve identified, ask yourself the following questions:

Now that you’ve identified more specifically the exact situation that you wish to improve your confidence in, the next step is to identify what being confident would look like in this situation. For each of your Target Confidence Areas, answer the following questions:

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