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Welcome to March’s Blog

This month the focus is on CONFIDENCE, and the 2 people I have found that consistently boost my confidence and change my mindset, are Mel and Tony Robbins. I like their feisty no-nonsense approach, which always succeeds in giving me a kick up the backside and gets me back on track.

Also on the 8th of this month we celebrate women all over the world on International Women's Day. #BalanceforBetter. Offering us all an opportunity to step into our own power, be more confident and deliver more balance in this world.

Finally I have included a beautiful video by Alexandre Desplat. I hope you enjoy it, and also makes you pause and ponder its significance for you.


Look out for events, such as retreats and panel discussions and don’t forget to invite me into your organisation to provide a talk, or programme bespoke to your needs!  

You can find out what the remaining 10 blog topics here  
Content
  1. Heather's Muse 
  2. 3 Tips on How To Be Confident
  3. Mel Robbins Video:(2mins)
  4. How to be More Confident Worksheet
  5. International Women's Day
  6. How Dare She Spa Event- Stobo Castle
  7. Dance In Mirror Video: (1.37mins)
  8. Resources
Heather's Muse

How many times have you told yourself that if you had more confidence, you’d be more successful? Pretty often, right? Here’s something to think about: Confidence is not something you have, it’s something you create. Confidence is nothing more than a sense of power in yourself. It’s the feeling of certainty that you can accomplish whatever you set your mind to. Confidence comes from within, and you can create more at any time.

That’s not to say learning how to be confident will solve all your problems. Everyone has bad days or moments that make them feel terrible. Being confident also doesn’t mean you’re completely sure of yourself at all times. Creating confidence is not about knowing it all; it’s about trusting that no matter what happens in a particular situation, you’ll be able to handle and learn from the outcome.

The desire to be confident in yourself means a willingness to change your state. Your state is essentially your mood at any given time of day. Your mood is influenced by how you feel about yourself at that point in time – if you are constantly doubting your ability to do something, then you won’t believe you can do it. Confidence draws from a powerful sense of self-belief. If you’ve been drowning yourself in negative thoughts, confidence is not going to come easily.

The good news is you can change your state at any moment in time, no matter what’s going on around you, as long as you know how to do it. There are three tactics that I want to share from the inspirational personal development guru Tony Robbins that will enable you to be confident in yourself.

Wishing you a confident and awesome March.

Heather 

3 Tips On How To Be More Confident
Confidence: Is a Skill not a Personality Trait. 
Mel Robbins
How to Be More Confident - Worksheet
International Women's Day: 8th March
International Women's Day 2019 campaign theme:
#BalanceforBetter


The future is exciting. Let's build a gender-balanced world.

Everyone has a part to play - all the time, everywhere.

From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence.

Balance drives a better working world. Let's all help create a #BalanceforBetter.

Empowerment Retreat: April 2020

Nestled among the beautiful Scottish Borders countryside, Stobo Castle offers excellent service, fine food, elegantly trained staff and above all, the ability to find peace in a frenetic world.
To book contact Heather by email: hg@heathergordon.scot

Alexandre Desplat: Dance In Mirror
What's your mirror reflecting?
RESOURCES
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