You know that moment at work when you have a great idea or voicing your opinion and a work colleague, or your boss shuts you up?
You wish you had the confidence to speak up and claim your ground!
- Why is it that you don’t say what is truly on your mind?
And why in the first place do these people even dare to shut you up?
- What would it be like to swap that horrible feeling in your gut for feeling confident in that specific situation?
In essence, it comes down to 3 main things:
Belief in yourself and what you have to say
Train the confidence muscle to show up like a queen in any given scenario
You are worth having a voice and an opinion! Own it and set boundaries
If you strongly believe in yourself, your abilities, and who you are, it’s much easier to speak up. Often, we are not aware of limiting beliefs that have been ruling our lives for a long time. It’s time to bring them to the surface and break them so they don’t stop you from becoming confident.
Becoming confident is like trying to get toned arms at the gym. It requires continuous training and effort to get the results you’re after.
I believe all of us have struggled with low self-worth at some point in our lives. Whether you’re a confident person most of the time, you may still suffer from low self-worth.
Remember what a beautiful soul you are and what you’re truly made of. You have more to offer and contribute than you’re giving yourself credit for.