Image Credit – the brilliant Andy Kefford
When you have decided to create change in your life you will need bucket loads of inner confidence to implement and stay the course through the journey of change.
As humans, change often brings us feelings of uncertainty, fear and anxiety. Continuously building your inner confidence will diminish and alleviate these feelings of uncertainty, fear and anxiety.
As you build your inner confidence, you will inspire others to have confidence in themselves as they navigate their ever-evolving path to effective change.
As you build your inner confidence, you will make better decisions and will feel more at ease with these decisions. Because of your inner confidence these decisions will be based on a personal inner knowing and not fazed or swayed by any external circumstances.
Most change happens outside of your comfort zone which can be a scary place to go. Inner confidence will help you make the journey outside of your comfort zone and will support you to stay there long enough to implement and sustain change. The boundaries of your comfort zone will then expand making even more change possible.
Pinky’s image below is inspired by 80s band Journey’s hugely successful song ‘Don’t Stop Believing’. Playing, singing and dancing to this excellent song at high volume will do wonders for your self-confidence!
Click below to try it! 🙂
This post is part of a 26 blog post blog series on the ‘A-Z Of Effective Change’. You can read all the published blog posts in the series here
Keeping it Simple,
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