Self-doubt and insecurity often stand in the way of personal fulfilment and believing in yourself.
When you have confidence in yourself you can finally start speaking up for your needs, stick to your resolutions and trust your decisions.
A big barrier that many women have is they think that they need to fix certain things about themselves first before they can have the confidence to be themselves, (I use to believe this too!).
Of course, it is not true. You are not broken. There is nothing about you that needs to be fixed.
But this is how our minds can work against us.
We have a habitual way of being, and we have all of these patterns that are an automatic replay. It is part of the wonderful efficiency of our brains, and it just makes it easier for us to get on in the world.
And now of course, if this pattern or this narrative is one that’s supporting you, then that’s great. But the truth is, for so many of us, this habitual way of being which feeds our thinking can work against us in so many different areas of our life.
Whether it’s at work where you don’t want to speak up for yourself, whether it’s in a relationship, where you keep on attracting the same people, or whether it is you trying to change your lifestyle, but you always go back to your old ways of being.
3 Keys To Overcome Self Doubt
So this is the obvious question then, how to create a new habitual way of being that eliminates self-doubt?
It starts with the belief that it is possible even for you to cultivate a deep sense of your own self worth and the confidence that comes as a result of that.
In this video on confidence tips for women, I share with you 3 keys to overcome self doubt, and I take you through a model that I use with my clients and also apply in my own life which will help you have more confidence and self esteem, and create personal freedom within.
I speak about
- Creating a new narrative
- You don’t need external validation
- Getting to know yourself and your triggers
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