We tend to think of confidence in terms of the things that we achieve in life. While those things are important they don't always last.
True confidence comes from knowing yourself really well.
Confidence doesn't come from what we do.
It comes from how we 'be'.
Marléne Rose Shaw
The key to confidence is found in learning to ask yourself the right questions.
But what are the right questions to ask and how will you know the answers?
Based on over 25 years helping clients gain success, confidence and great relationships 7 Questions Highly Confident People Ask Themselves will help you:
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The 7 Questions
The First Question: How Am I Feeling Right Now?
The Second Question: What Am I Focusing On?
The Third Question: What Do I Actually Want?
The Fourth Question: What Am I Still Holding On To?
The Fifth Question: How Can I Value Myself More?
The Sixth Question: What Would This Look Like If It Were Easier?
The Seventh Question: What Can I Learn From This?