Confidence is a muscle: Here's how to build it

Confidence is not something some people are born with and others do not have.

Nope. We all have the potential to be confident, shiny people. We just need to make a habit of practicing.

So if you’re worrying about your worth and how you’re measuring up. If you’re eyes are downcast when you walk down the street or enter a room. If you admire the women who walk into a place and light it up, who people are drawn to….

Here are some sure-fire ways to flex and build your confidence muscle.

  1. Only say yes and commit when you really mean it. Tune in, do you really want to participate in this commitment? Is it a full-body YES from you? If not, say no. Boundaries girlfriend.

  2. Follow through, follow through, follow through - what you say you will do. 
    ESPECIALLY when you’ve made a promise to yourself. Nothing erodes our sense of self like making promises to ourselves and not following through.

  3. Work on a skill that takes time to master and watch/ celebrate your progress. For me this has been guitar, yoga, writing, coaching + my business 

  4. Make sure you’re living in alignment with YOUR core desired values and feelings - when I went against these my sense of confidence & worth sunk to the bottom of the ocean. What are core desired feelings? BLOG POST COMING SOON NEXT WEEK!

Book recommendations:
* Get out of your mind and into your life. It’s a workbook based on Acceptance + Commitment Therapy 
* Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach 

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Life’s short, be sassy.


Katrina Hahling