Confidence: if you are able to master this one concept, you can accomplish anything!

Confidence turns on like a light switch for some people. For others, it takes significant training time to master.  It is like training any muscle or learning to master a new skill.  Consistently achieving moments of confidence can make immeasurable impact in your life.  But if you can at the same time, help others achieve moments of confidence, you can make a difference.


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Giselle Marzo Segura

Educator. Facilitator. Creative Visionary. Designer. Writer. Change Agent. World Champion Martial Artist.

2 thoughts on “CONFIDENCE”

  1. Confidence has a lot to do with one’s self-actualization (it is one of the 15 components of Emotional Intelligence). To enhance it, I recommend to my clients to make a list of things they are good at and refer to it often and add new qualities, skills, knowledge and achievements to it. If one can’t think of anything, I recommend that he or she asks a friend to honestly describe the strengths of this person. Hope this exercise will help!

  2. Thank you so much for your comment on this post. I definitely agree with you that both self-actualization and self-awareness are a large component of how one can achieve confidence. I would also recommend the book STRENGTHS FINDER 2.0 by Tom Rath. This book comes with access to an online assessment which helps accurately pinpoint one’s strengths and natural talents. It also provides practical specifics on how you can use those strengths for yourself and in relation with others.

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