Ep. 47 Confidence

Everyone wants more confidence.

What is confidence anyway? Everyone likely has their own definition of what that looks like and what it means.

I recommend that if you want more confidence, you get more specific about what you mean by that. Get a good idea in your head so that you know who it is you are trying to be. What is that confident version of you thinking, feeling and doing?

But maybe more importantly, why are they able to show up that way?

I see confidence as two different types. There is the confidence that comes from experience and repeated successful attempts at something. And then there is self-confidence which we can have even if we have no evidence that we will succeed. I think that self-confidence is what everyone is really seeking. Listen in to hear a break down of how these are different plus where arrogance fits in to this discussion.

It’s time to

Level Up!

Isn’t it time you took your dancing to the next level? Your head is what’s in the way and I can help. The fastest way to overcome your head drama is to schedule a strategy call. It’s free, it’s fun, and we can skip right to addressing the specific obstacles to YOUR ballroom success. You’ve got nothing to lose!

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I'm Amber haider

As an amateur ballroom dancer myself, I understand the issues that come up for dancers, the pressures of competing, and the desire to make the most of my ballroom experience. I also really like to WIN! As a Life Coach by vocation, I have the tools to cut through the mental garbage that is holding you back so that you can maximize your potential. Using my own tools, I have been able to skyrocket my own skills, learn faster, lessen the pressure, win more and have tons more fun. I can show you the way. Here’s a couple tools to get you started:

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