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Mindful : August 2017
Confident by Nature We all possess a well of confidence. It doesn’t require a boost of self-esteem, and it’s not about feeling better than anyone else. Instead, confidence arises effortlessly when we’re truly and deeply connected with ourselves. The ability to see life as a classroom can turn obstacles or setbacks into opportunities to grow and feel confident, say Elisha and Stefanie Goldstein, coauthors of 99 Ways to Live a Mindful Life. When a limiting belief arises, pause and take note of it. Then try responding to self-doubt with a learning mindset. This was hard for me before, but this is a new moment, Bea Student and maybe I can learn something from it. A learning mindset isn’t about achieving; it’s about aspiring to keep getting better. Instead of falling prey to the idea that we “can” or “can’t” handle obstacles, we can be curi- ous and open. Over time, as you intentionally counter self-doubt with kindness and a learning mindset, your confidence will g row. → 32 mindful August 2017 LIVING | how to live a mindful life Illustrations by Colleen MacIsaac