Most women struggle with self doubt and confidence issues. You’re not the only one. We think, “I want to believe in myself, but I don’t know how when things get tough.” Yeah, I’ve been there.
The good news? Resilience is a skill you can learn. You can actually teach yourself to “rebound” more quickly from these moments of self-doubt. Today, on the podcast I’m sharing my top 10 things you must stop doing if you want to believe in yourself, no matter what happens!
Why you need to take responsibility for your goals – 1:48
How taking action towards your goals boosts your confidence – 3:32
It’s not just about believing in yourself – 5:11
Have you had this conversation in your head? – 6:26
Your unrealistic expectations for results – 9:21
The truth about negative people and how they influence your confidence – 17:21
Practicing each of these 10 things is a journey. There will still be bad days where you feel like nothing is working out. Instead of seeing that as a failure or another reason to give up, isolate that feeling and use it as a reminder of how strongly you feel about reaching your goal.
Having those feelings of self doubt is normal when you really care about something. You’re invested in the outcome, you really want to succeed. That’s a good thing. Don’t ever forget, your passion and desire are what keeps you motivated when things get tough.
Setbacks will happen, I know you’re thinking, “I want to believe in myself, but I don’t know if I have what it takes.” Here’s a little secret, everyone has setbacks. It doesn’t mean that you don’t have what it takes. The difference between people who believe in themselves and those who don’t is how they rebound from those setbacks.
You’ve got this!
Being aware of your thoughts is the foundation of improving them!
Rebekah Buege is a body confidence coach helping strong women process critical thoughts and heal insecurities.
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