Building sustainable confidence doesn’t happen overnight.
You might be saying your affirmations, writing your journal prompts, making a list of your accomplishments, and feeling great.
Then one day, someone calls you “too much” or a presentation doesn’t go as planned or you don’t enroll the new client after a discovery call.
When you don’t have a firm trust in yourself and believe in your capacity for success, one small curve in the path can send you into an impostor spiral.
I get it, because I’ve been there.
In fact, all it took was one feedback session with a former manager where she personally attacked me and my coaching business for me to totally lose all the confidence it took a lifetime to build.
Over the last three years, I’ve found myself shrinking, avoiding feedback, hiding my strengths and not believing in myself and my unique gifts.
And I’ve spent this time rebuilding that confidence so I can continue to live my purpose and stand strong in who I am.
I’ve always been a fan of the quote, “write what you need to read yourself,” and that’s exactly what I did.
I’ve written a lot of articles I needed to read myself, and I’ve compiled my favorites here for you, along with other resources that have been invaluable in my confidence journey.