Confusing Vanity and Self-Efficacy Creates a Clouded Reality

Contrary to this vanity, self-efficacy is the ability to look at oneself in humble admiration, to be proud of yet modest in one’s abilities yielding confidence in traversing life’s spectrum. When vanity and self-efficacy are confused reality is misinterpreted; a strong self-efficacy will build, where as a high degree of vanity will inevitably implode.

Reading time: 6 mins

The Illusion of The “I”

With many people completely immersed in their own version of “I” they neglect that everyone else is in fact “I” too, and although everyone is experiencing “I” individually it’s something shared ubiquitously.

Reading time: 8 mins