WHAT IF YOU COULD DITCH THE DOUBT AND FEEL LIKE THE CALM, CONFIDENT WOMAN YOU WANT TO BE ALL THE TIME?
I know it can seem impossible. Because I know what it feels like to push through the day in spite of the worry, insecurity, self-doubt. I know how painful it can be.
Maybe it’s a feeling of always needing to check with someone else just to make sure you did it right instead of trusting your own instinct.
Or, it’s saying yes to take on that additional favor for a friend when what you really want to do is say no, but you don’t because you are afraid of what that could do to your friendship.
Perhaps it’s a longing for the day when you wake up and can just feel good about yourself, only to find that day never seems to come. Or if it does come, it’s fleeting. Because it was based on some accomplishment you did, and as soon as that moment has passed, the old feeling of self-doubt creeps back in.
I have been in the exact same place.
I’m Lisa, and I know what it’s like to be a woman who struggles with self doubt, and the negative impact it can have on your confidence, career, and well-being.
I know the pain of the constant anxiety of wondering if you are doing it right.
I know the worry of wondering if everyone else can see how unsure and anxious you feel inside.
I know the self judgment, the harsh inner voice that won’t stop nagging.
I know the dream of wanting to wake up, and just feel good, at peace with yourself.
I know what it feels like to long for the confidence that others seem to wear so effortlessly, but that never felt like it fit quite right.
Sure, I took all the actions I thought a confident person would do.
I graduated college summa cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology, and immediately went on to complete an M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology.
I combined my education with corporate consulting experience. I was successful in advancing my career within and across different organizations. On the outside, it looked like I had all the right pieces in place.
But I didn’t feel that way. And while many saw me as confident, I felt doubtful, unsure, and hesitant. Even with all my success, it didn’t quiet the constant self-judgment that would run through my mind like a broken record, constantly critiquing me and second-guessing my decisions.
That was me then. But it is not me anymore.
I know what it truly means to be self-confident. And I am the person who can get you there, too.
I have developed a confidence coaching program that combines my own process to creating self-confidence with my professional background in coaching and psychology: