Definition of 'self-belief'
Example sentences containing 'self-belief'
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You have the right mix of self-belief and confidence it takes to ensure home plans work. The Sun (2009)He always had the ability and the self-belief. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You need that extra bit of self-belief and positivity to get you there. The Sun (2015)Your energy and self-belief are stronger and one more try can get a personal plan going. The Sun (2013)There were errors of uncertainty and they came from a lack of self-belief. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You have the right blend of self-belief and imaginative ideas that get you noticed at work. The Sun (2010)Saturn is working in harmony with the sun to give you more self-belief and more determination. The Sun (2009)Your self-belief is growing and you are ready to take on an exciting challenge. The Sun (2008)You are lacking in confidence and self-belief. The Sun (2008)You have the extra self-belief to turn something you enjoy into a career. The Sun (2012)You will have a surge of energy and self-belief. The Sun (2009)There was no sign of the staggering lack of self-belief displayed in their previous match. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You could have your best ideas and the self-belief to turn them into action. The Sun (2008)Your self-belief grows and you see the difference between helping people and doing too much for them. The Sun (2010)Today again he was right because we need confidence and self-belief to play football. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You have the extra self-belief to take on a new challenge at work. The Sun (2013)You have the self-belief and energy you need to get things moving. The Sun (2012)That showed his self-belief and determination. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But you also have to give your own team self-belief, the belief they can win. The Sun (2013)They certainly looked like a team full of self-belief, were fast out of the traps and gave their hosts a torrid time early on. The Sun (2015)
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