You know when you see someone who seems to be…magnetic?
They’re the type of person who oozes charisma. They are carefree, full of energy and sure of themselves, and as a result, they attract the best types of people to them.
That’s confidence, my friend.
And here’s the best part: confidence is a skill that can be learned.
Yep, you read that correctly. It’s not something you’re born or endowed with. People who are confident have practiced it like any other skill, step-by-step. And I know this, because I’ve done it.
I’m a big believer in leading by example, which is why I make a point to push myself out of my comfort zone and share the lessons learned with you. Because I know that if I can do it, you can do it too.
In the resources below, I share practical, implementable exercises designed to help you to build your confidence.
- The simple mindset shifts you can make to dramatically increase your confidence
- How to find your unique strengths
- How to be confident in social situations
- How to have people be drawn to you
- Simple ways to speak with authority and conviction
I only ask one thing of you: for you to be willing to get out of your comfort zone. Why? Because that’s where the magic happens
Ready to unleash your inner confidence beast?
Get started with these resources:
>> Confidence, mindset and overcoming fear (conversation with Chris Jackson)
>> Overcome perfectionism and find your strengths (with Christopher Browning)
>> My first attempt at standup comedy (my own comfort challenge)