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Confidence Quotes

These are some of the best 'Confidence' quotations and sayings.

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All confidence is dangerous, if it is not entire; we ought on most occasions to speak all, or conceal all. We have already too much disclosed our secrets to a man, from whom we think any one single circumstance is to be concealed.

All confidence which is not absolute and entire, is dangerous. - There are few occasions but where a man ought either to say all, or conceal all; for, how little soever you have revealed of your secret to a friend, you have already said too much if you think it not safe to make him privy to all particulars.

Always the eternal optimist, President Reagan instilled confidence and optimism at a time both were in short supply in our country.

Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence. True friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the appellation.

Confidence contributes more to conversation than wit.

Confidence imparts a wondrous inspiration to its possessor. - It bears him on in security, either to meet no danger, or to find matter of glorious trial.

Confidence in another man's virtue, is no slight evidence of one's own.

Confidence in one's self, though the chief nurse of magnanimity, doth not leave the care of necessary furniture for it; of all the Grecians, Homer doth make Achilles the best armed.

Confidence is a plant of slow growth; especially in an aged bosom.

Early in my career I was accused of being overconfident and even cocky, but I really was confident that I had done the training and didn't see any other reason to say otherwise.

Fields are won by those who believe in winning.

I could never pour out my inmost soul without reserve to any human being, without danger of one day repenting my confidence.

I honestly believe that if you are willing to out-condition the opponent, have confidence in your ability, be more aggressive than your opponent and have a genuine desire for team victory, you will become the national champions. If you have all the above, you will acquire confidence and poise, and you will have those intangibles that win the close ones.

I think I have learned, in some degree at least, to disregard the old maxim "Do not get others to do what you can do yourself." My motto on the other hand is, "do not do that which others can do as well."

If we are truly prudent we shall cherish those noblest and happiest of our tendencies - to love and to confide.

In a decisive set, confidence is the difference.

Let us have a care not to disclose our hearts to those who shut up theirs against us.

Never put much confidence in such as put no confidence in others. A man prone to suspect evil is mostly looking in his neighbor for what he sees in himself. As to the pure all things are pure, even so to the impure all things are impure.

Self-trust is the essence of heroism

Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.

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