Rediscovering Confidence

Rediscovering Confidence

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The Power of Baby Steps

Have you ever watched a baby? They’re the epitome of confidence. Unaware of limitations, they reach, crawl, and eventually walk, tumbling and getting up without a hint of self-doubt. Somewhere along the line, as we grow up, that innate confidence gets overshadowed by fears, failures, and societal pressures. But what if I told you that the key to confidence lies in reconnecting with that fearless child within us?

In my own journey, from the corporate corridors of multinationals to the reflective spaces of coaching, I’ve learned a crucial lesson: confidence isn’t a prerequisite for action; it’s a result of it. Just like a baby taking those first steps, it’s about moving forward, even when we’re uncertain.

As a leadership coach, I’ve seen firsthand how action ignites confidence. In my coaching and leadership development, I encourage professionals to stretch their boundaries, not wait for confidence to knock on their door. It’s about learning by doing, embracing the discomfort of new challenges, and growing through them.

Confidence isn’t about never falling. It’s about embracing the falls as part of your growth. Remember, you were once that baby who stood up after every tumble without a second thought. That fearless spirit is still within you, waiting to be rekindled.

If you’re feeling stuck or unsure, know that it’s normal. But also know that you have the power to reclaim your confidence. It starts with taking that first step, no matter how small.

Are you ready to rediscover your innate confidence and take charge of your growth? Join me on this journey. Whether it’s through individual coaching, group sessions, or the EVOLVE Journey, I’m here to support you in embracing challenges and transforming them into opportunities for growth. Learn more at EVOLVE Journey, and let’s start taking those baby steps together.

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Beatrice Redi

Coach, mentor and leadership development