If we want to get unstuck and learn how to be more confident, we’ve got to recognize where our confidence gets stuck.
When we are preparing to take on something big, scary, and new it’s easy to be hit with an overwhelming sense of paralysis disguised as procrastination, sickness, or busyness.
We can be hit with an overwhelming sense of paralysis disguised as procrastination, sickness, or busyness. Doubt sets in. We seek more advice, information, or confirmation.
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In this episode you’ll learn:
- The difference between self-esteem and self-confidence.
- To recognize the 4 low self-confidence traps (perfectionism, wishful thinking, victim thinking, and worry)
- How to take back your personal power.
- Ways to dig up evidence for your use in moving forward.
- How to foster momentum.
- Why you’ll want to channel Pygmalion so you can expect to win.
- A counseling technique that beats your doubts.
You don’t get credit for “trying.”
Worrying harder isn’t going to make you successful.
The first 10 gigs are harder to get than the next 100. – Josh Shipp
Links and Resources
- Rotter’s Locus of Control (psychological assessment that measures a person’s belief in their ability to affect an outcome)
- Youth Speaker Josh Shipp
- Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson’s Pygmalion Effect
- More Episodes
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