Welcome to this episode of The Organised Women in Business Podcast.
Thanks for tuning in, I really love having you here with me.
On the back of a special two-part episode with the incredible Suz Chadwick, I want to talk to you today about my confidence. Suz is all about playing big and branding bold, and I know that is exactly why I love her and what she does. There’s no denying that I’ve got a big personality, that I like to do things differently, but that doesn’t mean that I’m always confident.
Many a time – and this is not to toot my own horn – I receive messages from women saying they wish they had my confidence. I’m here to tell you that you have the ability to be confident.
What I’m hoping you’ll take away from today’s episode is that it’s absolutely fantastic if you want to shout how amazing you are from the rooftops, but that it’s also okay for you to not want to do it from time to time.
So, if you’re wanting to know how to be confident as a woman in business and to understand where I get my confidence from, then hit that play button!
Dear listeners, I’ve a question (or few) for you.
How would you rate your confidence?
Do you find your confidence levels are different for personal you and business you?
What’s one thing that you can do this week to build your confidence?
Let me know below, or on my Facebook page.
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