The Secret To Embodying Confidence & Taking Bold Action
I don’t think you’re going to like what I’m about to say when it comes to the truth about embodying confidence & taking bold action…
Here’s the thing about embodying confidence & taking bold action: it’s directly correlated to how well you know yourself, your level of self love, & your ability to overcome the parts of yourself that you want to hide.
That’s the truth.
How do I know that this is the truth? Because I’ve experienced it.
If you knew me in high school, you’d know that I was a completely insecure girl who had no sense of who she was. I was incredibly shy and always wanted to keep myself small and hidden.
Over the course of the years following high school up until now, I’ve deepened my understanding of who I am and truly stepped into myself. I’m not going to lie, it took work and lots and lots of peeling back my layers.
I had to face my insecurities.
I had to face the parts of myself that I didn’t like & then learn to love them.
I had to peel off the societal pressure that made me feel like I wasn’t enough exactly as I am.
I had to do a lot of deep soul diving to uncover who I am at my core to realize that it’s untouchable & unbreakable.
Do I still have work to do? Of course, it’s a process & a beautiful journey to discover yourself.
Was it easy? Of course not, there was definitely blood, sweat & tears along the way.
But here’s what I’ve learned: my true self is bold & confident in its nature, just like yours. It’s just a matter of connecting to it & peeling back the layers that are covering you up.
The stronger level of self-connection that you have, the more you will naturally embody confidence that will lead you into taking bold action.
So how do you start to peel back these layers that are blocking your natural, beautiful, & confident self?
Start with this exercise to embody confidence & take bold action: stand in front of your mirror every morning & every night and tell her/him that you love her/him at least 10x out loud.
It’s going to feel awkward & uncomfortable at first, but it teaches you to see yourself in a new light, which is the first step; changing your self-perspective. You have to first be able to see yourself before looking deeper at your insecurities. Once you’re comfortable verbalizing this exercise, you’re ready to dive deeper.
If you’re ready to dive deeper into yourself to embody confidence & take bold action, then book a call with me here so that we can work together to peel back your layers that are blocking you from a deeper level of self-connection and self-confidence.