Ayşegül Karaali

I am just a curious person who likes nature and sports, hikes up to the mountains and jumps into the cold waters, runs in the forests and travels as much as possible. I am Aisha, a 23 year old Turkish girl, born and raised in Istanbul. Three years ago I moved to Slovenia with my little sister. We planned to stay in Slovenia for a year so that she could study and I could improve my English. After a while, I decided to continue with my studies in Slovenia. Started studying the language, and now I Iive and study in this beautiful country. I explore the country and its culture while still improving both English and Slovene. Here, I am going to share my stories with you. Join me through the adventure.


Self Confidence (the exact meaning of the word)


Most of the time we think that extrovert people are self-confident. İt is easy to communicate with people, who are showing a confident stance and not reserved.

I am trying to make sense of the word and as I think I see a different definition of this word. Self-confidence may not be immediately noticeable from the outside.  Likewise can give a misleading impression.

in fact, this concept is connected with the communication we establish with ourselves. I can exemplify like this; a person who is self-conscious about his abilities and self-sufficient. Deeply knows himself, but that doesn’t always mean he is easygoer. (or enterprising)

People who try to stand out in the community are not because they trust their abilities because they need to approval from others, they need to prove themselves.

İn this case, confident people may not be noticed immediately in society. They might be more observant in the crowds.

But it’s also important to show as you do something in life.  Because treasure hunters don’t walk around. 🙂

And if the fake diamond is more accessible, it can be quite satisfactory. İf you are aware of your abilities, please don’t keep it to yourself.

Life is ready to offer opportunities to those who move and those who believe in themselves.