3 Proven Ways to Increase Your Confidence as a Leader

Fear/ego is the opposite of confidence. Learn these 3 quick tips to increase your confidence as a leader that require consistency to work.

Video Transcription

Sunshine: Are you a confident leader?

Crystal: Welcome, For the Love of Business. I’m Crystal.

Sunshine: And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.

Confidence in a leader. I’m pretty sure this is really important.

Crystal: It is. It’s very. It’s critical.

Sunshine: I mean your team can probably smell fear on you if you don’t have enough confidence.

Crystal: That they can.

Sunshine: And it will just run through the team and if you’re not confident, then they are going to start to not feel confident. And it can trickle down to the sales.

Crystal: Yup. And they won’t have any confidence in you as a leader.

Sunshine: What do we do about this?

Crystal: Three proven ways to increase your confidence as a leader.

  1. Number one, have integrity throughout your leadership.
  2. Number two, take calculated risks.
  3. And number three, have great communication skills.

Sunshine: Thanks Crystal. What’s your number one takeaway from today’s video? Leave us a comment. And thanks for watching.


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Crystal Shanks

Crystal Shanks, Certified Business Coach and CEO of Run Right Business Consulting, has been coaching business owners and executives around the world to achieve optimum results since 2009. Coach Crystal teaches her clients proven strategies to build thriving businesses and careers. She has worked with thousands of businesses and executives to generate substantial revenues and maximize profits.

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