Reading this article, you’re presented with two options:
1-Keep comfy in your low-confidence lifestyle; make no real changes. Keep wishing life will somehow magically get better.
2-Make a an enormous effort to increase your confidence-boosting behaviors, to limit your confidence-reducers, and to live courageously.
If option number two sparks a fire in your heart, then read on for five strategies that will make you extraordinarily confident and successful.
I coach CEOs, executives, HR managers, doctors, lawyers, and tech consultants–all busy people, many of whom can’t stand planning. But you won’t find me brushing up on Japanese business philosophy or fiddling with century-old planning templates in order to help my clients out. I’ve found that daily planning from a weekly action list is all it takes to keep them on track for the long haul.
You’ve heard that goal-setting and planning are kind of like eating an elephant: you gotta do it one bite at a time. But most of us were never taught how to hack up the elephant and slice it down to digestible bites. So we approach our longterm goals a little different:
We spot the elephant, lick our chops, maybe even grab a bib; then we kamikaze attack the 6-ton mound of flesh with nothing but a fork and attempt to gormandize it in one sitting!