Mind in the Gap
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Mind in the Gap

Children Know the Ultimate Secret to Confidence

And it doesn’t involve affirmations in the mirror

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If you tell a young child that they are beautiful, more often than not, they will respond with an effortless “thank you” or an innocent “I know”.

It’s not some arrogance or conceit.




Could we not understand things better if we balanced our perspectives with those of others in a different phase of life? Someone twice, or even, half our age? That is the challenge here! Pick any topic and put it to the test. Dive into the mind in the gap and find balance.

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