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 Confidence Aphorisms

 

 

 
Confidence Aphorisms

 

Self-confidence is the foundation of our confidence in others.

F. La Rochefoucauld

 

 

All dignity, all strength is calm - precisely because they are confident in themselves.

V. Belinsky

 

 

They can do everything because they are sure that they can do everything.

Virgil

 

The awareness of one's strength multiplies it.

L. de Vauvenargue

 

 

Faith in oneself is capable of performing the same miracles as faith in the Lord God.

Fr. de Balzac

 

 

Self-distrust is the cause of most of our failures.

C. Bowie

 

 

Confidence in future affairs is deceiving, and you can count on yourself only in what you have already experienced.

L.N. Tolstoy

 

 

God helps those who believe in themselves more than those who believe in God.

Gennady Matyushov is

 

 

able to do a lot if he counts on himself a lot.

Wilhelm Humboldt

 

 

Keep faith in yourself even when no one believes in you.

H. McKay

 

 

Only fools can be unshakable in their confidence.

M. Montaigne

 

 

In happiness, one should not be overconfident, and in trouble, one should not lose confidence.

Cleovul


Lack of experience builds self-confidence.

Ancient aphorism

 

 

Excessive self-confidence becomes the cause of great trouble.

An ancient aphorism

 

 

Self-confidence is the basis of our confidence in others.

F. La Rochefoucauld

 

 

Only fools can be unshakable in their confidence.

M. Montaigne The

 

 

the self-confidence of talent is forgivable and fruitful, the self-confidence of mediocrity is ridiculous and fruitless.

E. Severus

  

 

Man is a lion in his own eyes.

Scottish Proverb

 

 

In happiness, one should not be overconfident, and in trouble, one should not lose confidence.

Cleovul

 

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