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These 5 TED Talks Will Help You Boost Your Confidence


From trying something new for 30 days to being successful and still fearing failure, these TED Talks will boost your confidence in a way that will challenge your daily routine and the way you think about yourself.


Whether you've seen a million TED Talks or this is your first time, they remain one of the best ways to ingest another person's point of view, and they encourage you to reevaluate your convictions, perspectives, and how you fit into this world.



1. Try something new for 30 days:

Matt Cutts emphasizes that the next 30 days will come and go whether you like it or not, so you might as well use them to challenge your mind and do things that you've always wanted to do. In the end, don't be surprised if you find a boost of confidence by doing all of these amazing challenges.



2. Know your worth and ask for it:

When we went to school, nobody taught us how to negotiate. Thankfully, Casey Brown shares her story on learning to communicate your value better and get paid for your excellence.



3. How to speak up for yourself:

If you're interested in learning how to navigate tricky social situations and expand your power, then Colombia University social psychologist, Adam Galinsky, talks to you. In this 15 minute, kind-hearted video, he will provide you with tools for making your days more joyful.



4. Success, failure, and the drive to keep creating:

Even after the wild success of her book, "Eat, Pray, Love," Elizabeth Gilbert disclosed that she still feared failure. She takes us on her journey of becoming a writer, explains what she calls "home" and how important it is to come back there regardless of successes or failures.



5. How to build your creative confidence:

David Kelley reminds us of how creative we used to be as children until we were judged and creativity became fear. In this video, he talks about how phobias correlate to confidence and get you wondering what fears are holding you back from embracing your creativity.


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