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The Power of Self-Belief: Telling Yourself You Can

‘I can and I will’ has never seemed so relevant.

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When I was a teenage worrier, my mother had a mantra that she used to make me repeat: ‘I can and I will’. Simple enough — and common enough, too — but it echoed like an affirmation throughout the drama of exams, job hunts, driving tests, and every other little thing I tended to go into a tailspin…

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Verity Partington

Verity Partington

A writer and author of crime thrillers living in the UK. Partial to books, stationery, papercrafts and walking. You can find her books on Amazon here: https://a

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