The New Way To Gain Confidence

The New Way To Gain Confidence

I have to share a little secret with you...

Something that really plays on my mind.

A lot of the women I've helped over the years come to me with the desire to lose weight.

They think that if they lose weight, they will start to feel more confident in every other area of their life.

This thought process is RUBBISH!

When we are looking for SOMETHING to give us confidence, what we are really seeking in that moment is validation.

All validation gives us is a short term boost, and really had no lasting effect.

Confidence doesn't come from what's outside of ourselves...

Confidence comes from within!

It's a muscle that we build over time and can only really be driven by ourselves.

Think of it this way, if you're not feeling the most confident in your body and someone says you look great, you're going to say a polite thank you but your mind will immediately tell you they're lying.

That's because what you believe of yourself, will ALWAYS trump anything anyone else will ever tell you.

So how do we gain confidence?

As I previously mentioned, it's like a muscle. In order for a muscle to grow over time, it must be consistently worked at.

Your confidence is the same - you must be consistently working on improving it each and every day.

Start with small wins.

What's something you can commit to and follow through with? Start small and work your way up.

You wouldn't walk into a gym for the first time and start lifting 50lbs weights, so don't try to tackle too much at once.

Because every time you don't commit to yourself and your goals, you start to lose confidence.

And over time, that lack of confidence trickles in all areas of your life.

Before you know it, you don't recognize the person who's looking back at you in the mirror.

So here's my question for you today:

What small wins can you commit for the coming week?

If you're ready to kickstart feeling great and start working towards feeling your most confident self, join me for my upcoming training!