Sometimes being your own guinea pig is the best thing you can do for your confidence.

In this video I’m sharing a confidence tip about how experimentation can make you a more confident woman.

I have never claimed to be an expert in confidence. In fact my whole journey into exploring women’s confidence stemmed from my own lack of self confidence.

Over the years, the more familiar I’ve become with the topic through reading, researching and observation of my portrait clients  the more interested I’ve become in the actual techniques out that for increasing confidence.

I’ve decided to be my own guinea pig to I test out the techniques on myself before sharing them on my blog or in my Conscious Confidence course. 

You know what I’ve realized about experimentation? It takes off all the pressure. So much so that I’ve started to adopt it as a way of life.

By choosing to treat every potentially intimidating or unfamiliar situation as an experiment, I find that I go into it feeling more confident, because I’ve replaced my expectation of the outcome with a curiosity for the outcome.

I think that detachment from the outcome makes all the difference because it really takes the pressure to perform off.

And it’s not to say that I won’t still give it my all and try my best, but now I’m focussed more on my input rather than my need for a specific result.

Then knowing that I did my best and having an acceptance of the outcome either way, I feel more confident in myself.

Give a try and see how it works for you. Let me know in the comments below how your experiments turn out.

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