1 Quick Way to Have More Confidence

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7 thoughts on “1 Quick Way to Have More Confidence

  1. I like your “Spunky Misfit Girl” moniker and I like even more the little videos you’ve started to post. Your videos present a wonderful ‘you’ to us. You’re young, smart, genuine, down-to-earth and good looking too!

  2. Mmmmm … this is a practice I’ve adopted on my journey of fully loving and respecting myself. What a brilliant reminder, thank you so so so so so much. Also – you’re EXCELLENT on video! :)

  3. Great video Rachael !!! And you are right……having a mishap for anything is NOT the end of the world……if it were then we’d all have to just lay down and die right now…….which of course IS NEVER an option !!! I’ll share my own problem i had recently…….I sent a resume to a place for a part time job that i know would suit my situation very well…..i then had a phone interview which went very well and was hoping i’d get a call back for a face to face to face interview………sure enough i got that call……i had a voicemail telling me to call for an appt…..when i pressed a key to replay the mssg again i hit the delete key by accident!!!! OH CRAP!!!! So i had to scramble to find a way to let someone know i wanted this and that i made a stupid mistake…….long story short I sent a message thru their website about the situation……I’m still waiting to hear………but regardless……I still need to move forward whether this works out or not…….whats done is done…….life goes on……..and this will certainly be a lesson learned….. (HARD)…….Take care Rachael……..and keep going forward !!!!!

  4. Truer words have never been spoken. It s near impossible to make time for your dreams, to break free from the traditional mold, and to truly be yourself, if you have low self-esteem and self-confidence.

  5. This post is so for me. It is also somewhat painful to see my truth in this. I just had an example of this happen when I taught a mini-workshop to my friends on collage card making. They were so complimentary and full of gratitude and I TOTALLY discounted their praise. One friend wanted to take pictures of me with the finish products and there I was with scrunched shoulders looking clearly like I wanted to crawl under a table.
    So Rachel, thanks for addressing this destructive habit. From now on I will embrace compliments!

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