5 Things Confident Women Never Do

things confident women never doYou might be sabotaging your confidence.

Not on purpose, obviously.

If you’re feeling insecure or doubting yourself, the answer might be in NOT doing certain things.

Before I get into this, I want you to know I’ve personally done all these things – so there’s no judgement.

Plus, my VIP coaching day is designed to help you figure out where these insecure behaviors are coming from.

I’m showing you 5 things confident women never do so you can strengthen the confidence you already have!

Because I believe we all have confidence on some level.

You just have to get to a place where you feel safe enough to practice being vulnerable.

The fact is, you’re okay even if things don’t work out the way you think they will.

Insecurities crop up in all areas of life.

Avoiding these things confident women never do helps you be confident at work, home, and everywhere in between.

Things confident women never do…

  1. Downplay things they want
  2. Allow issues to persist
  3. Feel the need to earn things they enjoy
  4. Downplay their own success
  5. Discredit the accomplishments of other people

I used to struggle with all of these things, thinking they actually were things that made me confident.

Later, I realized these were ways I was covering up or distracting from the fact I wasn’t feeling good enough.

So if you’re stuck in a place of competing with everyone and always comparing yourself


April 11, 2019


Rebekah Buege is a body confidence coach helping ambitious women break through insecurities using logic.

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