Stories to inspire: Things aren’t always as they seem (video)

What if things in your life weren’t always exactly how they seemed? What if there was an alternative perception waiting to be discovered? What if things that seemed scary, really weren’t at all? In this video, I share the story of a trip to France and when an experience showed me how what we see…

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Confidence Killers #6: Control (video)

Today we return to the confidence killers video series, and it is a biggie… Control! Do you ever find yourself trying to make a conversation go your way or forcing life events to line up so your day works out the way you want? Guiding and forcing things may not seem like a problem but…

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Stories to inspire: Momentarily immobilised (video)

In my newest video series, I share stories to inspire your confidence. How do you react when you find yourself stuck in life? Do you freeze or try and plough forward? In this video, I tell the story of caving in France and what happened when we got stuck. Maybe being stuck isn’t permanent. Perhaps…

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Recommended for confidence ~ relax, pause and breathe (video)

As a confidence coach, I hear people describing what they want – from emotional resilience to setting boundaries. All of this takes time and effort to learn. But what if there was something you could do quickly and easily. It didn’t require any special skills or equipment. It is something you already do but perhaps…

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Interview: Confidence Crises & Knocks (video)

What’s the difference between a confidence crisis and a confidence knock? And how do you deal with each? In this fifth and final part of my interview with Tiffany, I discuss how to recover from a confidence crisis that leads to self doubt and questioning. I also share how reviewing our beliefs and choosing the…

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Interview: Confidence ~ Nature or Nurture? (video)

It’s the big question that I get asked all the time… is confidence something you are born with or something that you learn? Is it nature or nurture? The answer can be both. Yes there are some confidence genes that help but that doesn’t mean that you are predestined to have confidence if you have…

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Confidence Killers #4 ~ Exaggeration (video)

To understand confidence better we need to know the misunderstandings that are killing it. So I created this “Confidence Killers” series to highlight some of these myths. In this video, I discuss exaggeration. How can you be yourself if you are exaggerating anything – like how much money you have, how many dates you have…

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Confidence Killers ~ #3 Shoulds (video)

You may remember the saying from childhood, “Sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me.” It was well-intentioned as a way to help us get past mean or bad things someone had said. But the truth is that even though words may not physically hurt us, they can still have…

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Confidence Killers ~ #2 Perfection (video)

Here’s the next video in the Confidence Killers series. Today I am talking about the need we have to get it right, to be right or to be perceived as right. Yep, you’ve guessed it. Today’s confidence killer is perfection. What makes it amusing is that I right before I shot this video, I had…

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How to shine with confidence (video)

What if I told you that you always have confidence? Perhaps you would dismiss or even laugh at the thought. In fact, it’s true! Your confidence is like the sun and rather than it disappearing, it is much more about the clouds that are obscuring it from your view. In this short video, I want to…

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