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Question: What is the difference between confidence and over confidence??

Answer: Confidence is based on Facts and Figures but over confidence is based on speculation.

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Question: What is the difference between confidence and over confidence??

Confidence is based on Facts and Figures but over confidence is based on speculation. Source:

Answered by: Anand Gaikwad | Date: 6/4/2008 | Contact Anand Gaikwad Contact Anand Gaikwad

when you know about something and say Yes I know the answer is 'Confidence' and when you don't know the answer and still try to answer the question is 'Over confidence'. Source:

Answered by: Sukhdeep Bhalla | Date: 6/4/2008 | Contact Sukhdeep Bhalla Contact Sukhdeep Bhalla

Confidence is when you say "yes i can so this job" over confidence is i only can do this job" Source:

Answered by: Er.M.SIVAKUMAR | Date: 7/27/2008 | Contact Er.M.SIVAKUMAR Contact Er.M.SIVAKUMAR

Confidence means when we perform the implementation of the any particular things(exam given,any interview..etc)at first time we only know i can do this so, this is confidence.over confidence means we says to every body this things i & i can performed well than others this is over confidence. Source:

Answered by: Tofik Khan Pathan | Date: 2/22/2009 | Contact Tofik Khan Pathan Contact Tofik Khan Pathan

There is a very quite difference Confidence is that i can do. over confidence is that i only can do.
If one has the confidence he can work with group or single.

and more confidence makes person stand, overconfidence collapse the person Source:

Answered by: umamaheswari | Date: 7/2/2009 | Contact umamaheswari Contact umamaheswari

confidence means believe in yourself and if you make any mistake by skipping simple known rule/things it was over confidence. Source:

Answered by: brajesh Soni | Date: 10/28/2009 | Contact brajesh Soni Contact brajesh Soni

"Yes,I can do"is confidence.
"Only I can do"is overconfidence. Source:

Answered by: Tilat Rizvi | Date: 11/2/2009 | Contact Tilat Rizvi Contact Tilat Rizvi



Yes I can is confidence
Only I can others cant is over Confidence Source:

Answered by: Rajitha | Date: 5/7/2010 | Contact Rajitha Contact Rajitha

Confidence means I can do it & Over Confidence means ONLY I can do it. Source:

Answered by: sweta tambe | Date: 5/13/2010 | Contact sweta tambe Contact sweta tambe

Confidence is when we are aware of the procedure/details to perform a task & over confidence is even after knowing the SOP we end up making a blunder of it Source:

Answered by: Sandeep Kapoor | Date: 6/13/2010 | Contact Sandeep Kapoor Contact Sandeep Kapoor

When u say "I can do it" it shows up ur confidence.
but when u say "I only can do it" then it is nothing but over confidence. Source:

Answered by: hani | Date: 6/16/2010 | Contact hani Contact hani

overconfidence causes a person to make silly mistakes unlike confidence. Source:


confidence is totally positive word while over confidence is negative shows ur negative attitude towards anything Source:

Answered by: sakshi gupta | Date: 7/15/2010 | Contact sakshi gupta Contact sakshi gupta

"i can do any particular work well manner" is my confident when others says "i can only have a capable of do that particular work" is a over confidence Source:

Answered by: saravanan | Date: 7/31/2010 | Contact saravanan Contact saravanan

Suppose i say that i will surely clear this interview. Had i prepared well for the same, it shows confidence. Otherwise, its over-confidence. Source:

Answered by: kishan venugopal | Date: 8/30/2010 | Contact kishan venugopal Contact kishan venugopal

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