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To develop your self-confidence:

learn to rely mostly on intuition.
develop a base of knowledge for problem solving.
use enough negative self-talk to appear humble.
downplay acquiring a lot of facts.

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    I chose D, but don't know if im right.

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    You are not right. How does being ignorant help self-confidence?

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