I have recently been working on an online program for developing self-confidence in individuals. I have outlined most of the course, and I have done that based on my own experience in lacking self-confidence, as well as some discussions with friends and a lot of Google searches.
As I was reflecting on what self-confidence means to me, it occurred to me that perhaps this might be a useful discussion point for a Talkback Tuesday post.
So, for this Talkback Tuesday, I would like to invite a discussion around self-confidence. Some questions that may be useful in starting this discussion are:
- What does self-confidence mean to you?
- What do you think having a low level of self-confidence looks like?
- What do you think that having a “perfect” level of self-confidence would look like?
- When would you assess someone as having too much self-confidence?
I will respond to every comment. I will also look at writing a blog post if you think that might be useful.
In addition to the comments around self-confidence, I am also happy for you to list other topics that you would like to see discussed in future posts.
Who am I?
I am a leadership and life coach, available for coaching and facilitation services. If you feel that it would be useful to have a conversation with me, please feel free to view my services on the Leading and Being website.