Manage episode 281825912 series 2152334
When we're about to pursue a change in our lives, whether it's in our career, in a new relationship or even within ourselves, we need to make sure we're bringing the best versions of ourselves with us. That requires confidence, a tricky word that many people yearn for but few know what it really means to have "confidence". Is confidence how you speak about yourself? How you walk into a room? How you ask a question? How you take on a challenge? Is it all of the above. This week, we have my old boss, Josh Clark, a creative director who shares his personal insight on a topic I believe he's an expert at, having confidence. His tips help you find confidence in your self, in a relationship and in your career. He shares the necessity to put yourself out there and handle rejection, believe in your ideas and don't be scared of things. Josh agrees what I always thought: he views life as one big game, which means sometimes it's OK to be a rule breaker.
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