8 Ways to Increase Self-Confidence in Your Career and Life

Wednesday, August 21st at 12:00 PM EDT

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Do you sometimes feel like you are not enough? Do you feel like you're not seen or heard at work? Self-confidence is needed no matter what industry you are in to build your career and/or business.  A report from Gitnux mentioned that 93% of people believe self-confidence is critical to professional success.  In this eye-opening webinar, Sheena Yap Chan, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Tao of Self-Confidence, will share with you her 3-step process to building self-confidence, eight ways to increase self-confidence, along with actionable steps that you can use in your own journey. After this webinar, you will feel confident enough to speak up, live life on your own terms, be unapologetically yourself, show up, and have a mindset shift and, in turn, create your dream life.

About the author: Sheena Yap Chan is a Wall Street Journal Bestselling author, keynote speaker, consultant, and award-winning podcaster on leadership and self-confidence. She is also the founder and host of the award-winning podcast The Tao of Self-Confidence, where she interviews Asian women about their inner journey to self-confidence. Her podcast has gotten over one million downloads to date and has interviewed over 800 women on the topic of confidence. She has interviewed celebrities, 8-figure CEO’s and more. Sheena has been featured on MindValley, FOX, ThriveGlobal, Manila Times and more. She also co-authored the internationally bestselling books Asian Women Who BossUp and International Women of Color Who BossUp. Sheena's debut book, The Tao of Self-Confidence: A Guide to Moving Beyond Trauma and Awakening the Leader Within, is also The Wall Street Journal and Publishers Weekly bestselling book.


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