episode 97: 6 simple ways to feel more confident

If you’re like a lot of my clients, you doubt yourself all the time. When you enter a new stage of your business, everything feels terrifying. “Confident” is the last thing that you feel when you’re setting up your business, stepping out of your comfort zone, or trying new things. When it comes to confidence, we don’t always feel like we have it, but we all desperately need it and want it.

In this episode, you’ll learn 6 simple techniques to help you feel more confident during those times when you’re not feeling so confident.

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in this episode you’ll learn:

  • What the “fraud factor” is and why we all have sleep-depriving fears and worries 
  • What happens when you begin to show up confidently and professionally in your work
  • Why I believe the solar plexus chakra aligns with being confident and empowered
  • 6 Simple Techniques to Feel More Confident Right Now
  • Technique 1: Stop Beating Yourself Up
  • Technique 2: Remember Who You Are
  • Technique 3: Celebrate Your Wins 
  • Technique 4: Resource Your Feelings by Borrowing Them from the Past
  • Technique 5: Fake It ’Til You Make It
  • Technique 6: Practice Taking Small Steps Right Out of Your Comfort Zone
  • Why it’s important to remember that “there’s no such thing as failure in business, only feedback” 


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