Do You Ever Ask for Help?

March - Newsletter

It has always been hard for me to ask for help.  

Even though I help people for a living I realized that I sometimes still have a hard time doing so.

Last month I was sharing my upcoming programs with my network and felt this small knot in my stomach. I second-guessed every word I typed - I didn’t want to come across some way -  you know - and squeezed my eyes shut almost every time I pressed send.

Have you ever felt that way?

You know what you are sharing is not only relevant but valuable. 

That anyone that signs up or reads what you say will probably be better off but you still aren’t 100% comfortable.

Confidence is a muscle and you need to exercise that muscle so it doesn't atrophy.

I love to share this simple formula with clients.Confidence = practicing, getting support, collecting feedback, AND taking action

I intentionally practice it daily and usually, I am better off for it.  I outline how I build confidence based on my personality in this post.

What are you going to do to build more confidence today?

Thank you for taking the time to read all the way down here.


If you want to gain some confidence in leveraging your personality then sign up to join my Self-Awareness Intensive. Self-Awareness is at the core of everything that I teach and getting comfortable sharing my weaknesses and strengths is what brings me a lot of confidence, allows me to connect with my stakeholders and helps many of my clients move forward.  

If you want to gain some confidence and motivation with your overall goal setting then watch this.

This is my March 2020 Newsletter Update. If you want to receive my newsletter focused on leadership and life, sign up here.


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