How To Gain Style Confidence

I read this quote in a Forbes article, and it stopped me dead in my tracks.

“The reason that so many people never fulfill their potential is not a lack of intelligence, opportunity, or resources, but a lack of belief in themselves.”
– Margie Warrell

This quote hit me hard is because I know what “a lack of belief” really means. It means a lack of confidence.

In the personal development world, confidence is defined as the degree to which you believe your actions will bring about positive results.

Just in case you aren’t picking up what I’m throwing down, what I’m saying is this:Without confidence, you’re screwed!


Most of your struggles can be traced back to a lack of confidence – especially when it comes to your style.

  • You pass on wearing a really cute outfit because you believe it will bring about negative results like being made fun of or having someone think you’re trying too hard.
  • When you choose not to invest in quality pieces of clothing, it’s because you only believe in the negative results (the money will never be replaced, you’ll soon be living under a bridge.)

Now can you imagine the other areas of your life a lack of confidence is impacting?

  • Without confidence, you can’t speak up during a business meeting; you can’t stand up for your beliefs or strike up a conversation with a handsome stranger – you can’t do much of anything.

I want to help you change that.

I want you to have copious amounts of confidence. So much confidence that your life radically changes for the better.

I feel so strongly about this that I’m going to help you for FREE

Starting January 18th, I will be hosting the Next Level You Style Challenge: 5 Days to a More Confident You,’ and I want you to be a part of the challenge. Image

In five days, I’m going to take you on a journey where we’ll uncover your inner confidence killers and begin creating a more confident you!

Are you in?

Sign up here; it’s free


See you inside the challenge.

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