The Mother's Day gift your mom will actually want
This year, go for originality over flowers. Big Think Edge is 50% off for Mother's Day.
- Get a 1-year subscription to Big Think Edge for your mom this Mother's Day! A subscription gets you access to our premium video learning platform.
- Confidence is not the same as self-esteem, says Claire Shipman in her lesson for Big Think Edge. It is an action you take.
Where does confidence come from? How does it grow?
Claire Shipman has devoted her career to helping women find deep confidence by setting themselves worthy challenges, and sometimes through overcoming social programming that can hold them back. She's just one of the many master teachers sharing practical wisdom for life and career on Big Think Edge. And now through May 15th, you can give Mom full access to Edge for a year, at 50% off.
Whatever your mom's personal or professional interests, Big Think Edge offers challenging, supportive, deeply rewarding learning pathways that will excite her curiosity. What better gift could you give her?
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Claire Shipman's lesson "Mastering the Confidence Code: Confidence 101" is just the tip of the iceberg. A subscription to Big Think Edge gives access to an ever-growing treasure trove of immediately applicable video lessons for improving your decision-making, relationships, life satisfaction, and much, much more. We add new lessons each week to help our subscribers in their pursuit of lifelong learning.
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