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Confidence vs. Arrogance | Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Acts

What is the difference between confidence and arrogance? Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses the huge difference.
  • Confidence is an intrinsic belief in yourself where you have a secure sense of self and are driven to achieve.
  • Arrogance is an extrinsic act of trying to convince others of your social worth. They may try to put you down in order to raise themselves up and to exhibit a dominate type of relationship with you.


What Do You Think?

Aaron asks some people passing by their definitions: confident is good character, class, and humble where arrogance is cocky, selfish, and self-absorbed. The number one most important image attribute that men can have is character. Develop your confidence overall.


Past Topics

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Fear of Rejection versus Courage | Dating Advice -
May 9, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. starts with a viewer email (Jay) who is afraid to be rejected by girls that he approaches. Therefore, Jay doesn't even try. Jay is a foreigner living in the UK where English is the first language. He's from Venezuela and his original dialect is Spanish. He also speaks some Arabic. He's 19-years old, and when he was 16 years old, his parents left him in the UK. Wow! Jay is Read More»
Being Hard on Yourself | We Are Our Own Worst Critics -
February 21, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. talks about we are our own worst critics. A viewer is concerned about the size of his small neck. Alpha gets a picture of the 'small neck' and says that his neck is not 'skinny' or 'thin'. Aaron did notice the fit of the sweater being big and bulky. He suggested tailored sweaters and a different cut. Aaron also suggested to add some interesting frames since the current oneRead More»
Opening Lines and Conversation Starters -
December 20, 2011
Many men are bewildered about how to start a conversation with a woman because of inflated anticipation, which isn't fair to either of you.  She's human, and it's okay to initiate a conversation with her the same way you would with any other human being: "How are you today?" or "Good morning”.  But, you have to keep it going, keep it interesting, and keep her attention. First Things First The Read More»

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