It’s no surprise that those with the most confidence are the most successful in the most important areas of life. After all, how can we expect to be successful…if we don’t expect to be successful?
But, how does one without the sort of natural confidence we see in some (really, relatively few) people, build their confidence? According to Mark Sanborn, in his recent post, it is through four levels.
And, in this very brief, but very impactful discussion, he’ll take us through those steps, share with us how to encourage others from a leadership standpoint, and share a very personal story of a failure that turned into huge confidence and success.
Enjoy our chat:
Mark Sanborn, CSP, CPAE is an international bestselling author and one of the world’s top authorities on leadership, team building, customer service and change. A few of his books include The Fred Factor, You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader, The Encore Effect and his newest, Up, Down, or Sideways.
Mark will be one of our featured presenters at the upcoming The Go-Giver Retreat, April 20-21 in West Palm Beach, FL.
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