People think confidence is something that’s magically bestowed upon someone - you either have it or you don’t. This mindset has a lot to do with how we define confidence as a society.
What if we could back away from the conventional definition and take things back to the Latin root of the word?
Confidence is a muscle, a skillset and a mindset built around self-trust and we all have it available to us. On the buffet of human possibilities, we can pick up some confidence and put it on our plates, even if it makes us a little nervous.
How do we tweak our understanding of confidence and put the shift into practice? Do we have to know exactly where we’re going to be confident?
In this episode, we’re going to look at confidence through a different lens.
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