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The Image That Shocked

The image shows clothes landfills in Ghana, Africa, where most cast-away clothes from the UK end up. The clothes are t-shirts from Asos, pink jeans from Primark and silk-pyjamas from Marks and Spencer. The clothes come to market, retrieved from informal dumps piled 25 feet high, spilling into a river near the Old Fadama slum, home to about 80,000 people.

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The Power of Belief

Disbelief is negative power. When you allow your mind to have disbelief or doubts, your mind will attract reasons to support the disbelief. Failure is mainly derived from the subconscious will to fail and not wanting to succeed.

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Steppingstones to Building Confidence

Psychologists tell us that we can change our attitudes by changing the way we act. Our actions speak louder than words. When you smile broadly, it will make you want to smile more. You feel more superior if you stand tall rather than slouching. If you are a shy person, you can replace this timidity with confidence by taking three simple steps simultaneously: Grip the other person’s hand warmly and sincerely. Second, look the other person in the eye, and third, say, “I am pleased to meet you.” These first three simple actions will make you feel more confident. It follows that if you think sure, you will act confidently. It would help if you thought in the context of performing the way you want to feel.

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Terminate Excuses

If you are a good listener, you will notice that some people will talk about doing things daily, whilst others make excuses because they are not performing.

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