The first training session I ever led, felt like the longest day of my life. I got stuck a few times and had to search my brain for intelligent things to say. The next session went easier and after a while it felt like second nature.
Confidence comes through practice and application. In todays video I talk about how you can create a personal confidence plan for yourself.
Create your personal confidence plan
1. Be clear on what confidence means to you
What is your definition of confidence? What do you sound like when you are confident? How do you look or hold yourself?
2. Where do you need to have more confidence
In which area of your life are you lacking confidence? What would you like to be able to do?
3. Where do you already have confidence
What are you already good at? Where do you behave in a confident way? When are you self-assured?
4. Transfer the skill
If you are already confident in some areas of your life, you can model your behaviour and transfer those skills to any other area you choose.
Remember, confidence is a belief in your ability to do something. Everybody has their own interpretation of confident behaviour. You are your best teacher and you can replicate your actions.