Don’t Sell Yourself Short

COMPETENCE ➡️ how well you do something

CONFIDENCE ➡️ how well you think you can do something

Big difference!

Some people substantially OVERestimate their abilities.
That's called the Dunning Kruger effect.

And our society labels those people as competent because of their confidence. But those 2 things ARE NOT the same.

However, there is a large group of brilliant people that highly UNDERestimate their own abilities.
And these…

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Serial Entrepreneur — Strategy — Engineer (EE) — Tech Startup Founder —Real Estate — CEO of TPMFocus.com — www.moniquemills.biz #womaninSTEM

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Monique Mills, MBA, PMP

Monique Mills, MBA, PMP

Serial Entrepreneur — Strategy — Engineer (EE) — Tech Startup Founder —Real Estate — CEO of TPMFocus.comwww.moniquemills.biz #womaninSTEM

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