May 19,2017 9 min read
This month I have begun to change the way I communicate. This has not been a conscious decision or action, but more likely an indication of feeling more comfortable in telling people what I do and feeling worthy enough to talk to them. I can see that previously, I was talking with a lack of self-belief or nervousness and that’s bound to not feel potential clients with confidence. While I blamed my ability or my offerings, my real problem could have been in my delivery.
And if (like me) don’t feel particularly confident, then live according to my own fallback personal mantra, "Fake it until you make it." If you can’t make those genuine levels of confidence within yourself real, then fake them for now until you cross over that invisible but very real barrier into real confidence.
For more trouble, strife and triumph in the world of a new entrepreneur, come back for next month's installment about my experience as a new entrepreneur hitting her six month of startup experience. And tweet me to share your own trouble, strife and triumph!
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