Performance Coach. Director of Athletics, Ryerson University.
Thinks self-confidence is a skill and the easiest way to learn it is through repetition.
Believes confident people see setbacks as feedback and use it to help them get better as opposed to viewing it as affirmation that they are no good.
“There’s nothing more empowering than helping others accomplish a goal they thought was never possible.”
Thinks to empower your team you need to raise expectations and that you get what you expect.
Believes it’s important to focus on your strengths, but ask for feedback on your weaknesses.
“Self-confidence is like a muscle. The more you practice, the stronger it gets.”
Believes there are four ways to build self-confidence including to surround yourself with positive people.
Thinks perfectionism can be a trap and you have to give yourself permission to just be “ok.”
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