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BUILDING CONFIDENCE 101: How to Build Your Confidence and KILL IT Onstage

You watch the best keynote speakers do their magic.

Inspiring their audience, being catalysts of change.

They make it seem like a piece of cake.

The best TED talk speakers you watch on Youtube already gives you goosebumps, what more when you’re in the same room as they are?

One of your goals is to be as influential as them, but you don’t know where to start.

All the big things in this world came from small things, and humble beginnings.

To be able to move and motivate people to do the unimaginable, you must start with yourself.

You must start within.

Confidence is one of the most vital traits for any person to have because without it, nothing will ever get done.

Telling somebody to “Be confident!” rarely works because it still came externally and not from the motivations of the person himself/herself.

The first time somebody told you to “Be confident!” obviously didn’t work.

Otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this.

That’s why I’m here to give you a five-part series on how to build your confidence and kill it onstage.

I say build because it doesn’t happen in a second.

Yes, the desire to change CAN happen in a second, but to reap the benefits and outcome of real action will take much more time and hard work than that.

Confidence is not given to you by others, because if that was the case, I would be the most confident person in the planet since I receive compliments anyway.

But I’m not.

I still work on it daily like it’s food and water.

At the end of the day, what matters is what you think of yourself, not how others think of you.

Confidence is the ability to recognize what your strengths and weaknesses are.

Knowing the value that you provide for others.

It’s not, “I hope they like me” but “I’ll be fine if they don’t.”

And again, easier said than done.

Especially if you’re going to face a hundred different faces and hope to win them all of them over.

You can’t please everybody, but it’s not about arrogance either.

You don’t need to fake who you are to be “liked.”

This five-part series will teach you ways on how to build your confidence and utilize them on crafting an authentic persona onstage.

That said, let’s begin.

Part 1: Why I Anxiously Ran from the Classroom in the Middle of a Presentation 

Part 2: The First Step is the Hardest but Do It Anyway 

Part 3: Don’t Stop Where You Are! Build Your Confidence Everyday!

Part 4: Building Momentum in Times of Comfort and Complacency 

Part 5: On Facing Your Fears and Living Life to the Fullest