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Confidence and Arrogance

Confident people believe in and act on their own value and importance.

Arrogant people have an inflated and unhealthy attachment to their own importance.  While they sometimes appear to be confident people, they are often just overcompensating to mask their insecurities.

Here’s what distinguishes one from the other: Arrogant people seek constant validation that they are “better”. Confident people look to increase confidence in others.

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