The Difference Between Self-Confidence And Self-Esteem

Tuesday 14 December 2021

The difference between self-confidence and self-esteem is an important one. See, self-esteem is a wish, whereas self-confidence is a fact. Self-esteem is made up without outside proof, and self-confidence is a function of measuring your progress based on the improvement of skills, knowledge, and success.

Who you are and what you represent are things you can make up. That’s why programs for boosting self-esteem are valuable for changing the way you see yourself. But self-esteem has nothing to do with making decisions, taking action, getting results, or being useful. Instead, a critical difference between self-esteem and self-confidence is the difference between seeing something a certain way and doing something to make it so.
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Your Top 12 Questions On Pitch Decks Answered

Pitch decks, (brief presentations of your business plan mainly used for investment purposes) raise lots of questions from new and existing entrepreneurs and although there is no “one size fits all” answer, there are common themes that can help you stand out when it comes to getting your business in front of investors (and some common pitfalls to avoid).
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