Cultivating Confidence

What's the next big milestone or goal you want to achieve?

Have something in mind?  

Good.

It's important to have something to look forward to.  To make progress toward.  To keep you growing and moving forward.  (As the saying goes, you're either green and growing or ripe and rotting!)

But...are you actually moving forward towards your goal?  

Or are you finding yourself trapped in 'analysis paralysis'?  Unable to stop thinking about scary 'what if' scenarios?  Feeling stuck due to a fear of possible failure?

Achieving our biggest goals often inherently contains an element of risk and uncertainty.  We're required to up our game, which often means doing things we have never done before.  

In order to step outside our comfort zones, to overcome our fears in these moments, we need to call upon that often desired, sometimes stubbornly elusive feeling of confidence

Stepping out of my comfort zone is something I am oh so familiar with.  Whether it's been changing careers, moving to a different country, starting a business, or getting up on stage, I am regularly stretching the boundaries of my own personal growth edge.

Finding the confidence to push through the discomfort that can often accompany the changes required to achieve a big goal is something I've spent a lot of time working on myself.  From all of the research, trainings and personal experiences I've been through, I've learned a thing or two about confidence and how to cultivate it.

I'd like to share what I've learned with you because I know I'm not alone and I believe our ability to tap into our own feelings of confidence whenever we want is a fundamental skill that can be learned - and indeed must be learned in order to play to the highest levels of our potential in life.

If you'd like to learn more, I invite you to join me for my upcoming mini-workshop: How You Can Feel More Confident - Tips for Driven Women.

Due to overwhelming demand, next week's workshop is already sold out, so I've decided to run the same event again the following week to make sure everyone that wants to has a chance to attend.

If you missed the opportunity to register for the first event (or know of someone else who might benefit), here's your chance.  Please reserve your spot here.

I hope to see you soon!

Warmly,
   Aenslee