It’s almost the Full Moon (Thursday) and if you’ve been feeling
: cranky pants and on edge
: everything seems to be changing in your life and you’re not sure what to grab onto
It’s all meant to serve you.
Would you like to get a mini-reading from me and let go of negative energy in a supportive space?
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Now onto today’s topic: Self confidence!
This week’s post: 3 behaviors that suck your self confidence
The #1 thing that attracts people towards you is an air of self-confidence.
It doesn’t matter if you want to ask for a raise, are looking to meet the love of your life or are wanting to be taken seriously among your friends and family.
True self-confidence is cultivated when the daily choices you make for yourself and your life support and are aligned to your deepest priorities.
Not the priorities your family thinks you should have.
Or your friends.
Or your boss.
What are your deepest priorities right now?
If you want to not only feel more confident in your relationships but want to BE confidence, watch out for these little confidence-sucking behaviors:
#1 Making a decision under pressure or when you feel ungrounded.
Any decision made because of fear, FOMO, or when you’re just plain dehydrated, hungry or tired is not likely to be a supportive one. Take care of you first. You’ll make a better decision when your brain and body are nourished.
#2 Getting clear on a decision and then asking everyone and your mom what they think you should do.
It’s natural to want to receive validation that you are making the right choice for yourself, especially if it’s a big choice. But if you’ve taken the time to get clear on your own, if you want to flex your confidence muscles, practice following through on your gut instead of deferring to other people before you trust your initial decision. The only way you’ll know if it’s right is if you feel solid and true within yourself and if it’s not, you can course correct later.
I’m serious. With all the technology at your fingertips, it’s so easy to have poor posture from looking at your phone too much or round your shoulders inward but 90% of our response to one another is nonverbal, so if your words are confident but your body is anything but, guess which one will win out? Straighten that spine, get off your phone (or hold it up to eye level at least!) and open your chest up. You’ll breathe better, carry yourself with more confidence and you’re way more likely to be received as confident even if inside you’re having a crappy day.
Q: Which one of these 3 have you experienced before? What happened? Hit reply and let me know!