6 Powerful Habits of a Confident Woman


Confidence and whether you have it or not has a lot to do with your everyday habits. We're told to undertake some form of physical exercise every day. It's just as important to be working on your mind and the thoughts we have to build our confidence and self-love.


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If you're not willing to put the time, effort and resources into your self-development, you will never become confident.


It's as simple as that.


It won't always be easy or comfortable, but the things that are worth having don't always come easy. Sometimes we need to work hard on our confidence, but the rewards are so worth it.


When you're confident, you can enjoy life to the fullest extent.


Are you sold on the idea? Great, let's dive into the habits you need to bring out the confident, badass woman within you!


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What are the steps and the habits that you need to start working on to build your confidence? We're going to cover that and more in today's podcast episode.


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Let's dive into the habits you need to bring out the confident, badass woman within you!


As a confidence coach, I like to focus on two things.

  1. Self-love and

  2. Mindset

They go hand in hand. If you love yourself and you have the right mindset, it's a shoo-in that you're probably confident in who you are so my first tip, is to learn to...


Embrace Your "Imperfections"


No one is perfect and by attempting to hide your imperfections or change them is a red flag that you're insecure. Trust me when I saw that I know embracing your flaws and the things you may hate about yourself isn't easy, it's essential.


Self-love and self-care have become non-negotiables in my life. These are habits that have helped me learn to love and accept the fact that sometimes I talk too much or say weird shit. I used to hate my wobbly thighs and freckles and now I realise that makes me, me!


Your physical appearance especially is only a small part of who you are. There are things that should be way may important to you in life.


If you're aware of and accepting of your imperfections, you're one step closer to looking, feeling and acting as a more confident person.


Be Self-Aware of Your Body Language


I talk a lot about being self-aware but rarely about body language but it all ties into how confident you are.


A confident woman is self-aware and understands how she is read due to her body language. If your arms are crossed and you're not facing someone or looking at them when you're talking to them, you can come across as very closed off or uninterested.


If you're standing tall, front-facing, making gestures and eye contact while you talk, you come across a lot more excited and interested in the topic of conversation. Therefore appearing and most importantly feeling more confident.


Dress the Part


Again not something I talk a lot about because I'm more interested in the mindset shifts you can make from within but there's no denying that when you look good, you feel good.


Even when I'm working from home, I get up, shower, put some nice clothes on and do my hair so that I'm prepared for the day. Even just putting on a pair of runners, makes me feel so much more energised.


If you aren't taking pride in your appearance, for example, you're not going to the gym to take care of your mental and physical health, you're not going to feel confident.


If you're not waking up in the morning and putting on your favourite clothes and some makeup then you're not going to feel confident.


Get into the habit of taking care of your appearance by setting out your clothes the night before and making sure you're putting in the effort to make yourself feel good.


Take responsibility for yourself


A powerful habit that confident people have is taking responsibility for themselves.


Learning how to self-motivate and accept when they've made a mistake. When you make a mistake, it's not the end of the world. On the contrary, it's a learning experience that is going to help you grow and become more confident!


You are the only person who can make things happen for yourself. You have the power to direct your life.


Everything you need is within you. You just need the confidence to make decisions for yourself and go for it! If it works out, great, if it doesn't, great! At least you tried and learnt an important lesson.


Learn, grow. Learn, grow.


Reframe the negative self-talk


Have you heard the saying your thoughts control your actions?


What you tell yourself is what you believe, so when you talk negatively to yourself you'll start to believe those thoughts.


At one point or another, we will experience times when we've done something we're not happy with or we're not looking or feeling our best and those negative thoughts start to creep in. THat's why it's important to have self-awareness, realise when it's happening and nip it in the but.


Reframe how you're thinking and don't accept the negative self-talk.




Set boundaries


I could put this to you in many different ways but the point is if people tear you down cut them out of your life.


If you can't cut them out of your lives because they're family, then learn to set boundaries. Learn to connect with them on your terms, when it works for you and not because you have to.


We give ourselves enough negative self-talk without the people in our lives reinforcing it.


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