To feel comfortable in your skin, speak freely, and let your personality shine? You’re probably scoffing, thinking that someone like you won’t ever be interesting, so WHY would you even try? You tell yourself you CANNOT possibly shine in front of others.
It’s when you realize that you’re not confident enough to do what everyone else seems to be doing so effortlessly.
I’ve often gotten stuck in the social anxiety feelings as opposed to working over the hump and visualizing in a positive way what I want to add to the meeting, and focusing on what I want to achieve. Also, it was very important for me to realize that social anxiety can be so self-absorbing that it makes me not be open to other people’s ideas. I’m so dead-set on trying to prove myself that I come across as a know-it all which isn’t how I want to come off. Thank you so much for these self-realizations.
Did power posing not work for you? Affirmations? Dressing up to “look the part”? It’s frustrating, but conventional advice on confidence won’t move the needle when it comes to reframing your relationship with confidence and/or how you see yourself.
It’s frustrating to see everyone else making friends and having conversations with such ease. The truth is that for some people, it comes easily, and for others, not so much. But there’s no reason to despair! It’s possible to tap into your inner confidence and reduce your anxiety.
Sometimes the most simple insight can spark the biggest breakthrough. You might have heard most of the information I’m sharing, but I might say it in a way that fits with your perspective and helps you move in the right direction.
That I had nothing to say. I couldn’t have a normal conversation without wanting to dash within the first few minutes. Or without stumbling on my words. I must have looked like such a weird flake.
I struggled for years wishing things came easier and I could walk out the door feeling confident. To be confident enough to speak up, hold a conversation, and laugh at my awkwardness. To make a good impression. It’s frustrating when you make yourself small, yet everyone else around you is basking in their glory. It doesn’t seem fair.
Here’s the good news. It’s all practice, mindset, and awareness. Once I realized it was in my power to show up confidently, I came up with my insights, advice, and exercises to keep myself in check and lead with my introversion shamelessly.
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Confidence isn’t reserved for extroverts, those who keep up with pop culture, who have exciting near-death skydiving adventures, or who are born with charisma
Growing up, we’re told to “be yourself!” and “be confident!” but the truth is that it’s easier said than done. What does being yourself mean? How does one become confident? In this 3-part video series, I aim to deconstruct everything we’ve been taught about confidence because once upon a time, I significantly struggled with showing up as myself, confidently.
Jam-packed with value, this 3-part video series will walk you through the best strategies for learning confidence, managing social anxiety, and rocking conversations with exercises and real-world examples
What’s the deal with confidence, and why does it feel so elusive for most of us?
Rewire your relationship with social anxiety and see how much your mindset has been holding you back.
First impressions matter and they’re tied to how you show up in your conversations.
I learned so many great techniques. I realize how much I hold myself back even though it turns out there is a lot I can say – so I can’t wait to start putting it into practice. Thank you for creating this brilliant course and for inspiring so many of us socially anxious folks
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This Masterclass is based on a 3-part workshop series. To retain what you’re learning and think about ways to apply the information to your life, you’ll get a workbook for reflection.
If you find yourself in an awkward situation or about to do something uncomfortable, you’ll know how to talk yourself up and feel confident again.
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I know what it feels like to be so mentally exhausted from social anxiety that you never want to leave your home or deal with people. After years of being debilitated by it (to the point of not even being able to make eye contact with friends), I found a way to manage it successfully.
This is a self-paced masterclass. Each video is about 1.5 hours and you can complete them in your own time. I suggest you take the time to complete the prompts and exercises for maximum impact.
Absolutely! The E-book and Workbook are downloadable PDFs for you to keep. The videos are uploaded in Thrivecart and can be accessed there.
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As this is a digital course with the E-book and Workbook being digital downloads, there is no refund. If you’re not sure about the content, please feel free to reach out to me 🙂
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