No more failures for you! Keeping your New Year’s resolutions builds self-confidence. Unfortunately, studies show only 8 percent of people succeed after the first few weeks. Here are three excellent ways to set yourself up for success… even after you see your resolution enthusiasm fading. 1. Switch it up and dump the R-word. If you […]
“The holidays are filled with emotions like; fear, happiness, worry, regret, gratitude, sorrow, joy, and depression… and protecting your holiday confidence is key! Holidays bunched up together, along with the milestones of ending one year and beginning a new one are emotional. While some people have fun-filled, loving, fantastic holidays with family and friends that […]
The cost of frenemies is way too high. It’s time for you to upgrade your people! Friends are powerful. They can boost your mood, help you out of a jam, and the good ones can even reduce your blood pressure. Making new friends as an adult can be a little tricky as emotional baggage snowballs […]
Short, sweet, and to the powerfully revitalizing point! Although the word “overwhelm” is purely a verb describing action that happens to something or someone, it is quickly finding its way into daily conversation as a noun indicating an actual state of being continuously stressed — a state of emotional overload. And as this state of “overwhelm” shows it’s face as a new (unwanted) […]
YOU have the power to change EVERYTHING! It’s absolutely true that confidence opens doors, but how you go about getting it? What determines if you truly feel that euphoric ‘everything is going to be okay no matter what‘ feeling? Or do you just come off as arrogant in a constant, lonely struggle to keep up the charade? First of […]
Feeling confident builds confidence.
Talk about getting in your own way! Building confidence is powerful business. Speaking your mind, confidently entering a room full of strangers, or delivering a stellar presentation with little notice becomes possible because you believe in yourself. So, once you have it, you want to keep it, right? The problem is … some of your most kind and polite habits actually […]