Activities to boost confidence

Self-Confidence Activities for Students | Big Life Journal

As adults, we can foster confidence in children by helping them feel competent, valued, and independent. It’s also important to teach social and problem-solving skills so kids feel prepared to navigate the situations life brings.

Self-confidence activities offer another fun engaging way to build confidence and self-esteem in children.

Try these 9 self-confidence activities with your students to empower their sense of self-worth.

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1. Letter to Yourself

Understanding and accepting yourself is key to developing self-esteem, as is the ability to reflect. Writing letters to themselves can help children build these essential skills.

Here are a few different letter-writing activities you can try with students:

  • Letter to your future self-- children should write a letter to their future self about what they would like to do and accomplish by the end of the school year. At the end of the year, return the letters to students so they can reflect on how far they’ve come. If they didn’t fully reach their goals, celebrate their progress and talk about the lessons they’ve learned that will help them in the future.
  • Letter to your past self-- have your students write about the achievements they’re proud of, the mistakes they’ve learned from, and what they can do differently going forward. If this letter brings up any negative feelings for your students, remind them it’s not too late to make changes. Help them brainstorm steps they can take to create the positive changes they’d like to see.
  • Thank you letter to yourself- in this letter, they write a thank you letter to themselves about the qualities they’re happy to have, the achievements they’re proud of, and so on. An alternative to this activity is to have students write thank you letters to important people in their lives, as practicing gratitude boosts positive thinking and confidence. Older children may enjoy writing thank you letters to their classmates (and reading about why their classmates feel grateful for them too).

2. Transforming Negative Self-Talk Activity

Tell older children to divide a sheet of paper into three columns. In the middle, students list negative self-talk they find themselves using. Examples might include, “I can’t do this,” “I’m not smart/cool/funny enough,” or, “I’m just too shy/boring/bad at school.”

In the column on the left, tell students to list situations or thoughts that trigger the negative self-talk they wrote in the middle column. For example, thoughts about being “dumb” or bad at school may be triggered by earning a bad grade or comparing their own performance in school to their peers.

Finally, students write a positive statement in the right column to replace the negative statement on the left. They could simply reverse the statement on the left (e.g., “I can do this,” or, “I’m good enough”). Alternatively, they can use a growth mindset statement, such as, “I can improve my grades and get better at school if I study more and ask for help when I need it.”

Negative self-talk is often at the root of low self-esteem. Learning to recognize what triggers negative self-talk and how to reframe these thoughts positively is a powerful way to overcome these thoughts and boost confidence. When students find themselves slipping into negative self-talk, they can work to replace them with more empowering thoughts. Encourage students who struggle with this exercise to start by asking themselves, “What if [the negative thought] isn’t true?”.

3. Certificate of Recognition

Begin this activity by assigning each student a classmate to observe for a week. Students should not share who they are observing for the week. At the end of the week, students create a Certificate of Recognition celebrating their assigned classmate for something they’ve done during the week. It may be a kind or helpful act, actively participating in the class, etc.

The following week, tell students that, this time, they are observing themselves. At the end of the week, they’ll make a Certificate of Recognition to celebrate something positive they’ve done. This activity trains the brain to look for the positive and celebrate even small achievements and accomplishments.

4. Gratitude Journal

Research shows people who practice gratitude tend to have higher self-esteem. Intentionally noticing the positive in others and in the world helps children notice the positive in themselves too.

Students can write in gratitude journals daily or weekly. There are a few different ways to approach this exercise:

  • Provide writing prompts, such as, “Something that made me smile today was __________,” or, “Two people I was grateful for today were _____________ and __________ because _______________.”
  • Simply ask students to list three things they felt grateful for each day or week.
  • Younger children can draw pictures of what they’re grateful for and then discuss with partners or groups.

Have class-wide discussions about gratitude using gratitude journals at least 2-3 times a month. Consistently writing and talking about gratitude yields more positive thoughts and feelings, in turn increasing self-esteem.

Be sure to check out our Best Sellers Bundle PDF (ages 5-11). It includes our three most popular printable kits packed with science-based growth mindset activities, guides, and crafts for children. With over 50 pages, this kit will help your children or students understand they have the capacity to learn anything.

5. Goals Journal

Another type of positive confidence-building journal for students is a goals journal. Setting and achieving goals (or even making significant progress toward them) is a major confidence boost for children of all ages.
Each month, or each quarter of the school year, have students record one measurable achievable goal in their journal. Students should also write down how they will know when they’ve achieved their goal and what steps they’ll need to take to get there. Finally, write down potential obstacles and a plan for what they will do if the obstacle arises.

At the end of each week, have students record their progress toward the goal. Do they need to make any adjustments to their plan? Is there anything they’ll do differently next week? As a class, celebrate the progress toward the goals you’ve recorded.

Each time a student reaches their goal, lead a class-wide celebration. It can be something simple like having the student take a lap around the room and high-five their peers.

Don't forget to download our FREE 5-Day Self Love Challenge for Kids (ages 5-11) to help your child become more self-loving and confident!

6. Cooperative Board Games

Children who feel valued and are comfortable in social situations are more confident. In addition, positive relationships are an essential foundation for self-esteem. Positive experiences with activities like cooperative board games encourage more cooperation in the future. The result is improved social skills, positive relationships, and greater self-esteem.

Fun cooperative board games for the classroom include The Secret Door, Stone Soup, and Race to the Treasure! Or, keep it simple by having groups of students work together to build something specific with Lego bricks, categorize words as nouns/verbs/adjectives, classify animals into appropriate groups, etc.

7. Achievements Collage

Start by asking students to make a list of all their “wins” or achievements so far in life. Explain this could include awards, athletic and academic achievements, or times they were kind and helpful to others. Wins also include reaching goals, facing an obstacle or challenge, and persisting through mistakes and setbacks.

Once the list is complete, have students create a collage of their achievements on a sheet of poster board. Provide magazines for children to cut pictures from or ask them to bring in items or photos from home. When complete, hang the posters in your classroom or ask students to display them in their bedrooms as a reminder of their many accomplishments.

8. “I Am” Activity

Ask students to draw a picture of themselves (or paste a photo) in the center of a sheet of paper or poster board. Around the picture, students write roles that define them (e.g., son/daughter, sibling, student, soccer player, friend, etc.).

In a wider circle around the picture and the roles, students write positive traits to describe themselves. This activity helps students reflect on their identity and self-image. It also gives them the opportunity to recognize their positive qualities.

Afterward, students share with a partner or group how each trait represents them. An additional option is to have their partners or group members add positive qualities they see in the student.

9. Random Act of Kindness

Being of service to others and spreading kindness is another way to build students’ confidence. Encourage students to practice a random act of kindness each day for a week, then discuss the experience as a class.

Random acts of kindness may include completing a chore or task for someone without being asked, holding open a door, writing an encouraging note, sharing with others, or comforting someone who feels sad.

Along with these nine self-confidence activities, you may want to use confidence quotes and self-confidence affirmations. Plus, read our recent post on what confidence is and how to build it in children and teens. Confidence is both vital and teachable and these resources will help your children’s or students’ confidence soar!

Are you looking for other resources to support your child's confidence and growth mindset journey? The Big Life Journal - Daily Edition (ages 6-11) is a science-based journal that helps children grow resilient, confident, and emotionally healthy. The daily activities inside the journal help your child focus on encouraging, self-loving thoughts and wire their brain for growth mindset, resilience, confidence, gratitude, kindness, and self-love.

13 Confidence Building Exercises Every Woman Needs To Try

What do Beyonce and Taylor Swift have in common? They rock self-confidence like no one’s business. They’re unapologetically bold. They carry themselves with a type of elegance that makes everyone’s heads turn when they walk into a room. They have precisely the type of self-confidence all of us women should have. It's like they practice confidence building exercises on a regular basis!

Well, if you’re ready to channel your inner Queen B and T-Swizzle, I’ve got 13 confidence building activities for you to try. These are also activities to build self esteem if this is an area you struggle with too.

Why should you practice confidence building exercises?

Merriam-Webster defines confidence as “a feeling or consciousness of one’s powers or reliance on one’s circumstances. ” What does this mean for us women, exactly?

It means that when you’re confident, you feel secure in who you are and where you’re headed in life. You don’t focus on your weaknesses because you stand grounded in your strengths.

It means you have high self-esteem and believe in your ability to handle any situation that comes your way. You always feel ready to take on the world and accomplish your goals — because you know you’re capable of achieving your dreams.

Doesn’t that type of confidence sound like something every woman should strive for?

13 Daily confidence building exercises and activities to build self esteem

If you’re ready to boost your self-esteem, here are 13 confidence building activities to try!

1. Stop comparing yourself to others to start building confidence

First things first, stop comparing yourself to others. Comparison is the thief of joy. You’ll never experience the type of self-confidence you deserve if you’re constantly measuring your success by those around you. It’ll only leave you feeling inadequate and insecure.

So one way to practice this is by writing down your comparison triggers. Your trigger could be someone on social media, a high-end retail store near your house, a certain friend who can’t stop bragging about their achievements.

After you’ve written down your triggers, see what you can do to reduce them in your life. For example, if it’s social media, set aside an hour this week to unfollow anyone who makes you doubt your self-worth. If it’s a certain clothing store, stop visiting.

2. Focus on your strengths

We often remember the bad more than the good, according to a recent Washington Post survey. And when we’re laser-focused on all the times we’ve failed, it can destroy our confidence.

One way to boost your self-esteem is to focus on your strengths. There are two confidence building exercises you can try for this one:

Reflecting on everything you’ve accomplished so far in life can improve your self esteem

Go back as far as you can remember (even to that spelling bee you won in 5th grade). Write it all down so you can reference it when you need a reminder of how awesome you are.

Writing down everything you’re good is a great confidence building exercise

It could be as simple as, “I’m good at making homemade coffee that rivals any coffee shop” to something complex like, “I’m really good at building a successful business that generates more than $80,000 in revenue a year.” Focus on these strengths — they’re the reason you rock!

Don’t know what you’re good at? Ask your family and friends or go through these 60 journal prompts for self discovery.

3. Ditch perfectionism

How many times has perfectionism held you back in life? You don’t run that marathon because you think you need to be more in shape.

Your boss passes you up for a promotion because you didn't think you were qualified. You spend hours agonizing over that business report because you just need to edit it one more time.

Perfectionism kills confidence — and it prevents you from getting anything done. Now is the time to ditch perfectionism and stop overanalyzing everything. Sign up for that marathon now. Go after that promotion. Submit that report. You just might surprise yourself.

4. Rewire your negative thoughts and beliefs

Human beings have over 6,000 thoughts per day. And for some of us, our inner critic is the voice that seems the loudest in our minds. Morning affirmations are one of the best confidence building exercises you can do to silence that little critic in your head.

For example, if you believe you’re scatter-brained, your morning affirmation could be, “My mind is clear and focused. Nothing can get in my way or distract me from my goals.” I personally love affirmations because they help rewrite any negative beliefs you have about yourself.

5. Smile and make eye contact with people

Even if you don’t want to, smiling and making eye contact with people can give you a great boost of confidence.

It signals to those around you that you’re open to communicating and can help put everyone at ease. The more you practice doing it, the more naturally it will come to you.

6. Set a goal and then challenge yourself to achieve it!

There’s something empowering about setting a goal and then achieving it. But when you have a billion goals floating around your head, it can be hard to take action on any specific one. Why not try out something fun and turn one of your goals into a challenge?

It could be something small like learning a new financial term you don’t know or something big like maxing out your retirement account for the year. The sky’s the limit!

7. Prioritize self-discipline as part of your confidence building exercises

Self-discipline refers to your ability to control your emotions and behaviors. When you’re self-disciplined, you’re more inclined to stick with your goals (even those big, lofty ones like becoming debt-free or buying your first house).

There are several ways you can improve your self-discipline — set small goals, read a book like No Excuses, get an accountability partner. Pick one or two and see how it pumps up your confidence meter.

8. Take yourself on a date

You need to love yourself before you can truly love anyone else. What better way to do this than by dating yourself? Set aside 30 minutes or an hour each week to truly get to know Y-O-U.

Figure out your likes and dislikes, get comfortable with your own thoughts, do something interesting you’ve always wanted to do. Learning to love yourself first may just be one of the best confidence building activities you try.

9. Practice sharing your opinions

If you’re the introverted type who struggles to speak out (#guilty), make an effort to develop and share your opinions more. If you don’t think you can share your opinions eloquently and succinctly, practice saying them out loud to your partner or yourself in the mirror.

The more you say your thoughts out loud, the more confidence you’ll have when sharing them with others. Sharing your opinions is one of the most important activities to build self esteem.

10. Start thinking like a confident woman and make this a daily confidence building exercise

Think of the most confident woman you know. Then, before you do something that seems scary or intimidating, ask yourself, “What would [NAME] do in this situation?”

Then do whatever comes to mind! This might be the same as “faking it ‘till you make it,” but it's one of the best confidence building exercises you can do — and it’s sure to get you out of your own head and away from those negative thoughts.

11. Surround yourself with ambitious people

So I’m the type of person who overanalyzes everything. For example, it took me an entire year to buy a $70 pair of Tevas because — even though I knew which pair I wanted — I thought I needed to research every other type of style to make sure. I ended up buying the same pair I wanted all along and kicked myself for wasting an entire year overanalyzing stinkin’ shoes.)

On the other hand, I have a friend who always encourages me to do things I want to do right away (instead of pondering on them for ages). I always love hanging out with her because she pushes me to be more ambitious, which always boosts my confidence in return.

Of course, this can backfire if you have an ambitious friend who tempts you to spend money you don’t have. You know yourself best. Find that “good” type of ambitious pal that propels you to be better.

12. Practice self-care to boost your self esteem

Looks aren’t everything, but you should feel confident in your own skin. If you’re feeling drab about your appearance, maybe it’s time to practice some self-care.

Set aside some money in your budget to revamp your wardrobe, get a manicure, or book an appointment for that facial you’ve been dying to try. You’ll feel more confident and more relaxed. It’s truly one of the best confidence building exercises out there.

13. Show your body some love

It’s proven that regular exercise can boost your self-confidence. It also relieves stress by pumping up endorphins and distracting you from life’s daily worries.  The key is to do something you love — throw a dance in your kitchen, go for a hike, start that garden in your backyard.

Whatever you do, move your body in a way that feels fun for you. (Preferably for 30 minutes a day.) Eat healthy foods to boot, and you’ll be doing one of the best activities to build self-esteem and your physical well-being at the same time!

Which of these confidence building exercises will you do first?

Building your self-esteem takes time. Start by picking one or two confidence building activities from the list (I recommend a few that seem easiest) and trying them out for a while. When you feel like you’ve mastered them, move on to a few more.

You deserve to own who you are and be the self-confident rockstar I know that you are. You got this! Just don’t forget to channel your inner Queen B or T-Swizzle.

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7 most effective ways to increase self-confidence


7 most effective ways to increase self-confidence

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Without self-confidence, it is difficult to succeed, because business is all about situations in which you have to leave your comfort zone. And all of them, from meetings and negotiations to sales and managing people, are better for you, the more confident you are. nine0003

Here are 7 tricks to boost your self-confidence.

1. Never forget your strengths and don't be too hard on yourself.

For personal use only, make a list of your strengths and what you are really good at. Be honest with yourself and avoid false modesty. It is not necessary to look for and write down outstanding qualities in yourself, these are enough: I keep my desktop in order, I finish what I started, a good memory, and so on. Review this list every week and add new items if possible. There are no ideal people. We all make mistakes. And not always they occur solely through our fault. nine0003


2. Take care of your health.

If you are in good shape, you can achieve a lot. Regular physical exercise, which you enjoy doing, develops strength, perseverance and increases stress resistance. Eat a healthy diet and get enough sleep. Breaks for rest, time for relaxation and time for yourself should become as integral a part of your daily routine as, for example, brushing your teeth. Enjoy the fact that you look good and try to take everything from life. People around you will treat you with interest and respect. nine0003

3. Remain calm and try to alleviate stress.

Avoid hustle and bustle. Develop stress tolerance. Simple relaxation and stress management techniques will soothe your body and mind and become your lifeline. Take time every day to relax - at least five minutes. Practice mindfulness for at least a minute every day. Those few minutes will bring a big return.


4. Remember that you, like any person, have rights,

which must also be observed at work. Here are some of them: you have the right to your own opinion, to be treated with respect and as an equal, not to be insulted, to be listened to. You have the right to make a mistake, to fail, and to try again.


Plan, prioritize and be organized

You need to know where you are now, where you want to go and how you plan to get there. Know exactly what you want. Weigh everything carefully and plan. Decide what your first step will be and take it. Be prepared to adjust your plan as needed. Whatever challenge you face, prepare for it. If possible, rehearse your actions in advance, such as giving a presentation. Pay due attention to this, and you will not only prepare for the upcoming event, but also increase your confidence and self-esteem. nine0003


6. Body language.

Move and speak confidently and you will not only look like this, but actually feel like this. Raise your head, relax your shoulders and body, and make eye contact with the other person. Show calmness and confidence when you open the door and enter the room. An open posture, a firm handshake, a calm voice will show the interlocutor that you are glad to see him and communicate with him. Your speech should be clear, rhythmic, and infect with enthusiasm. Show your sincere interest and you can show yourself as a charismatic speaker! nine0003

7. Visualize.

Imagine that you are chewing a slice of lemon... Your mouth must have filled with saliva. So? The thing is that the human brain is not very good at distinguishing between what is happening in the imagination and in the real world. That is why one of the easiest and most effective ways to strengthen willpower is visualization.

All you have to do is imagine a situation in which you want to feel more confident. Try to get a detailed image, then for a few minutes, work through the situation in your mind step by step, coping with any difficulties that you think may arise. The task may sound strange, but it is easy to complete, and the technique works. nine0003

You will succeed!

Learn more about how to develop self-confidence and raise self-esteem in the book Self-Confidence

5 Truly Female Self-Esteem Techniques Life

There are special ways for women to believe in themselves.

Lifehacker has collected five tips that will open your eyes to a lot and help improve the opinion of your beloved.

You can not only read this article, but also listen to it. If it's more convenient for you, turn on the podcast. nine0055

1. Stop thinking of yourself as “just a woman”

Society instills in us the idea that women are inconsistent, cannot find themselves, and therefore at work many feel like impostors, pretending to be someone else's place of earner. At home, women suffer from the fact that, due to being busy, they cannot devote sufficient time to “truly feminine” affairs: creating comfort, caring for children, and so on.

This confusion in social roles, the impossibility of being torn between the diametrically opposite statuses of “a purposeful Amazon” for colleagues and business partners and “affectionate domestic cat” for her husband and children lead to the fact that a woman loses self-confidence, begins to doubt her own abilities . nine0003

At first glance, everything is so. Indeed, the woman has many reasons for doubt. But an important nuance is that men have no less such reasons.

There is no evidence that women suffer from low self-esteem more than men.

In her column in the popular Psychology Today, Yale University psychology professor Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, author of Women's Power, cites a study of about 100,000 people. It clearly proved that the self-esteem of girls is not lower than that of young people. Although girls are more preoccupied with their appearance than boys, there is no difference between their degree of self-esteem. Moreover, girls demonstrate higher self-esteem in terms of moral and ethical issues and control over their behavior. nine0003

Professor Nolen-Hoksema blames social stereotypes for the fact that some women still consider themselves incapable of competing with men and deserving of something more. Yes, yes, those same ones, about the “weak” field. These ideas, if a woman tries them on herself, can become something like a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you believe that you are weak, and all life's difficulties are not caused by a complex of objective reasons, but only by your weakness and worthlessness, then self-esteem can really be shaken. nine0003

The conclusion is simple: stop believing in things that make you weaker. First of all, you are a person who has the right to claim success in exactly the same way as everyone else.

2. Take a closer look at what destroys your self-esteem

Everyone has destructive factors. In men, this is, for example, a small stature. Or a small dick. Or the inability to fight back. Or the inability to quickly find the right words. If it seems to you that this does not lower them down the hierarchical ladder in their own eyes, it only seems to you. nine0003

Women have their own factors. Here are three of the most common.

Excessive emotionality

Feelings - especially before some important event - are common to both sexes. But if men, as a rule, know how to switch, then women's nerves often get out of control. This is a feature of the female psyche. And this is the case when "forewarned is forearmed".

Take it for granted that before a significant event for you, you are drawn to cheat yourself, to get ahead, and often from scratch. “I sneeze in a dusty room, I sweat during workouts, and before an important meeting I get worried, this is normal, and you can just ignore it,” is an example of a working mantra. nine0003


This factor is also a given: women worry about their own appearance much more than men. We will not delve into the reasons why ladies are ashamed of their face or body. We only note that it is quite possible to fight this factor. Moreover, there are methods of struggle for every taste.

You can, for example, effectively increase your own attractiveness by playing sports. Or, let's say, imbued with the concept of body positivity - learn to accept and love yourself for who you are. Or it’s banal: contact a stylist, review your wardrobe, sign up for a hairdresser and a beautician and leave all these salons with the girl of your dreams. nine0003

Excessive tendency to introspection and analysis of the actions of other people

“Yes, he said that, but he probably meant something completely different!”, “She invited us to dinner, why would she? Probably wants to ask for something", "I'm not sure if this is a good offer ... What if tomorrow I will have other interests?" - every woman noticed such reflections behind her.

In general, there is nothing wrong with them. On the contrary, they speak of a developed emotional intelligence - a high sensitivity to the needs of oneself and others, empathy, the ability to navigate social relationships between people. But there is an important nuance: uncontrolled emotional intelligence can turn into a passion for excessive analysis and reflection, which, as a result, will significantly complicate your life. Luckily, he is quite trainable. nine0003

3. Use popular methods to improve self-esteem

Both sexes can effectively use the universal recommendations for developing self-love: you can also concentrate on methods that take into account the physical and psychological characteristics of women.

Find a comfortable way to appear taller

"Looking down" is not just a catchphrase about snobbery. This is one of the principles on which social relations work: we subconsciously perceive high growth as one of the signs of a leader. Here, for example, you can read a detailed article by the authoritative American edition of Business Insider on this subject: it contains the benefits that a person receives through growth. Subconscious perception shapes reality, and if you feel physically superior to others, your self-esteem rises at the same time. nine0003

It is relatively easy for a woman to feel "more majestic" if she wears high-heeled shoes or platform shoes, or at least raises the seat of her office chair to rise above her counterpart during negotiations. Yes, height-enhancing exercises can also have a positive effect.

Watch your posture

A straight back has a powerful effect on behavior and self-perception. The reason is largely physiological: a raised chin and straightened shoulders cause the release of testosterone, a “masculine” hormone that gives assertiveness and self-confidence. In addition, a proud posture reduces stress levels and reduces anxiety. nine0003


Confidence is often associated with how much space we occupy in space. Remember wildlife: large dominant animals move sweepingly and imposingly. But those who are hunted, on the contrary, try to be as small and inconspicuous as possible. Gesticulation during a conversation helps to expand the place in the space that you occupy. As a result, you will feel more freedom and self-confidence.

If you are not used to gesturing, it is worth practicing in front of a mirror to find exactly those movements that will look as natural as possible. nine0003

Do not cross your arms over your chest

This closed posture is also a way to appear small and inconspicuous, so a person who has covered himself from the world with his arms is perceived by others as weak. Yes, and he himself begins to feel as such.

If during a conversation you do not know where to put your hands, put them on your sides: put your palms on your waist, bending your elbows. This is an open pose that exudes confidence.

Do not be afraid to laugh at your mistakes

People who are insecure tend to make excuses or hide mistakes. Confident people take responsibility for their decisions, both good and bad. Saying “Yes, I made a mistake here, next time I will have to do it differently” is actually much easier than it seems. And this is a marker by which others define a psychologically strong person. nine0003

Ask yourself the question “So what?”

Often we are afraid of some things that do not really have significant consequences. To sober up yourself at such moments, it is useful to ask the question “So what?”. For example:

  • “I want to voice this, but what if other people don’t support me?” - and what?
  • “I would like to go to this event, but I hardly know anyone there…” — so what?
  • "I can forget what to say next during the presentation" - so what?

This simple express introspection allows you to understand that even under the most negative scenario of the development of events, nothing terrible will happen to you. This means you can take action.

Find a role model

Among the people around you, there will certainly be those who demonstrate confident behavior and high self-esteem. Take a look at them. Try to act like them. This is one way to adopt successful life principles and "copy" the desired level of confidence. nine0003

4. Do what you love

Doing what you love is one of the most effective ways to boost your self-esteem. The hardest part here is finding a hobby that you really enjoy.

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