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How to Radiate Confidence

You know those people that radiate confidence?


Not the mansplaining, "I know more than you" type of confidence. But the people that just have an aura around them of being totally sure of themselves and secure in who they are?


You can be one of those people.


Seriously.


What those radiantly confident people have in common is that they look inside of themselves for answers on what to do, how to do it and who to be. They aren't looking to other people or the media or the patriarchy to tell them.


It sounds simple, but as you well know, it isn't always easy.


The good news is, understanding and following your Human Design makes it so much easier. There are so many reasons for this, but here are the top two -


1 - Your Human Design Authority gives you the process for making intuitive, aligned decisions. When you know how you make decisions and can clearly tell the difference between a solid yes and definite no, your confidence soars. Because nothing makes you feel more insecure than sitting in the feeling of "I don't know what to do".


2 - Your Open Centers explain where you take on energy from your outside environment which make you more susceptible to conditioning. Identifying them means you can distinguish between your own energy, beliefs and emotions and those that were given to you by a patriarchal society that, frankly, is intended to keep you feeling off balance and uncertain. Once you can tell the difference, it's much easier to let go of what isn't working for you.


Which is why I'm so excited to be leading a DivaGirl Community MeetUp on June 5 focusing on these two things. During the interactive workshop, I'll teach you how to boost your self-assurance and confidence. We'll walk through the narratives and learned behaviors that foster self-doubt and imposter syndrome and then I'll show you how to use your unique Human Design to surpass these limitations.


This workshop is free and open to the public so make sure to register and invite some friends to join us.










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