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Build It Up!


Do you sometimes feel like you just don't have the bold confidence necessary to succeed in business? Maybe you need a boost in your business confidence, or maybe you are just getting started and need some extra confidence to take that first step. Here are some tips for building confidence in business.


One of the most important confidence-builders is knowing that you know what you know! You may have a lot of great business ideas, but you don't have the know-how to make it happen. Educate yourself about how to market and advertise your product or service. How can you reach your target audience? What kinds of advertising should you do?

You may need some nuts-and-bolts education, too - for example, how do you set up an effective website? You may need some practical knowledge to help you reach your goals.

There are many ways to educate yourself. You can hire a coach to help you one-on-one. You can also download eBooks, sign up with membership groups and forums where business-savvy people congregate, and ask questions of successful people.


Getting educated is key to getting focused. You really can't boldly move forward if you don't know what direction you're going in. Take some time to focus on your business. What, exactly, are you doing? What do you want to do? Who is your target audience?

If you have diverse interests, this can be difficult - but it's even more necessary, because diverse interests can be distracting if you don't focus on one at a time. So, once you get yourself educated about your audience and what you want to do, you can launch a focused business (or relaunch the focus of an existing one).


We all know that businesswoman, boss chick, CEO – you know the one who has written ten books, has hundreds of amazing clients, has the big plush office, perfect credit and travels everywhere. It can be intimidating, right? You may not be that kind of person, and such a schedule and goals are just not realistic for you. It's really not wise to compare yourself to others. Set your own realistic standards and definition of success then compare your progress against those.


It is said that writing your goals down on paper can help you attract the very things you need to reach your goals. You will benefit greatly from believing in your business and your own competence and setting long and short-term goals to measure your success by.

Once you get confident, you will be much more likely to attract clients, which in turn will boost your confidence. It's a good cycle to get into. When you believe, they believe, and the outcome is unbelievable. Be confident. You got it!

On the Sideline of Your Life,

Dr. C

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