May 4, 2022
Today’s conversation brought us to some profound revelations
about our personal journeys, from the lessons Sarah’s Ritalin
withdrawal taught her about the pliable nature of our
personalities, to what we’ve found to be the true nature of
confidence! We discuss the false assumptions we often have about
others who appear to be ultra-confident, and how to reframe
confidence as connection in social settings. There is a distinct
difference between putting on an act and choosing an energy, and in
this episode, we delve into how to choose to exude the energy of
confidence and cultivate different parts of your personality. Tune
in to hear about our battles with confidence and what we respect
most about our personal confidence icons!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Our relationship with confidence over the course of our
- Sarah’s experience of social anxiety and the coping mechanisms
- The false assumption that confident people are confident all
- What Sarah learned from her experience of Ritalin withdrawal as
- Emily’s identity crisis when she moved away from her sisters
and went to college.
- The conscious practice of choosing your energy in challenging
- Tips for managing social anxiety in the moment!
- Growing your confidence by being selective about who you spend
- The value of actively being a safe place for others in social
- A little about our confidence icons!
- The human need for connection and the value you can bring to
others with your confidence.
- Speculating whether or not shyness is selfish.
- The important distinction between putting on an act and
choosing an energy.
- Confidence as an energy, rather than an action.
- The power of your state of mind and state of being!
- Why not responding or reacting is a flex.
- What constitutes true self-confidence and where it stems
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Inner Archeology Email
Sarah Turner on Instagram
Emily Pennystone on Instagram