When in doubt, act

Katty Kay and Claire Shipman stress that the most important lesson to remember from their book The Confidence Code is this: “When in doubt, act.”

“Nothing builds confidence like taking action, especially when the action involves risk and failure,” the two authors explain. “Risk keeps you on life’s edge. It keeps you growing, improving and gaining confidence.”

They warn against “excessive rumination”—too much thinking and not enough doing.

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