Posts Tagged ‘confidence’

Recalibrate Your Confidence Meter

Recalibrate

Here’s an unfortunate truth.

We hold ourselves to standards we would never impose on colleagues, friends or family.

By berating ourselves for mistakes, ruminating over missteps and discounting our victories…these behaviours take a toll on our confidence and brand image.

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Use the Mirror

The mirror is a powerful tool!

I know, you typically think about using the mirror to fix yourself up or check yourself out. Although, you can also use the mirror to build your self-esteem and confidence.

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Looking Beyond the Clothes

Presenting yourself to create the impression you desire, before you even say a word, involves several key elements that go beyond your clothing. You may not consciously be aware of these elements, but they definitely influence how you are perceived.

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Ten Best Practices to Stay Centered When Surrounded By Chaos

Ten best practicesWe have all said it: “I need more time.”

Knowing there are twenty-four hours we get in a day, it is essential to think of the hacks that will provide you with more of what you need. This requires discipline in blocking time to think!

David Allen, a productivity consultant who is best known for his book, Getting Things Done said, “The problem isn’t time… it’s space.”

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Authentic Leaders Edge

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Ready to implement a model that elevates your leaders and has them taking ownership of who they are and the results they achieve? Interested in creating the environment that puts people first to increase engagement, build trust and improve how business gets done?

Let’s start a conversation. It will give you the opportunity to get your questions answered and understand if it is a good fit for you, your leaders or organization.