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You are intrinsically no better or worse than anyone else. And when they're wrong, they're secure enough to back down graciously. When you earn their trust and respect, no matter where you go or what you try, you do it with true confidence -- because you know the people who truly matter the most are truly behind you. In turn, people will respond positively to your attentiveness. These are the folks who survive disasters with a strong and giving spirit. Arrogance is one result of building self-esteem from outward sources such as financial privilege or constant praise. They tend to go to extremes of either deflecting blame onto others or condemning themselves for being only human. They already know what they think; they want to know what you think. They don't mind being a source of laughter -- for others and for themselves. I asked Dharmesh Shah , co-founder of HubSpot , a guy who has met hundreds of entrepreneurs and invested in dozens of number of startups -- and is great at reading people -- how he spots genuine confidence. A cocky colleague, on the other hand, is more likely to pass the buck. You listen 10 times more than you speak. You say you have 10, Twitter followers? Cocky people need to believe that they are on top even if reality says otherwise. True style is personal and has little to do with trends. Twenty thousand Facebook friends? They know they can attract their own funding, create their own products, build their own relationships and networks, choose their own path -- they can choose to follow whatever course they wish. Here's how to know if you have real confidence -- and if not, how you can develop it. They stand back and let others shine--a confidence boost that helps those people become truly confident, too. By letting go of fear, you set yourself up for success. Cocky and conceited people tend to take a position and then proclaim, bluster, and totally disregard differing opinions or points of view. But the majority are people I've met through my career and who work in a variety of industries and professions. Truly confident people realize they know a lot, but they wish they knew more, and they know the only way to learn more is to listen more. Arrogant people need to validate their belief of being better than others and are constantly looking for opportunities to sell themselves. Generally speaking, the people who like to gossip, who like to speak badly of others, do so because they hope by comparison to make themselves look better. Confident people enjoy what they have without defining themselves by their possessions.
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