Being A Confident, Vibrant Woman
What’s your passion? Your purpose? Why do you do what you do as a vibrant woman leader?
When you’re clear on these things, you empower yourself with the confidence needed to influence others.
Knowing and accepting yourself brings about a sense of pride. And you start to ooze confidence that can be felt by others.
Be unapologetically you – that’s the type of confidence that great, vibrant woman leaders are made of!
A true vibrant woman leader is comfortable in her own skin; she never worries about what others think.
A true vibrant woman leader accepts every aspect of herself, and always stays true to who she is.
She never downplays her accomplishments, and she most certainly is never ashamed of her ambitious nature.
A confident vibrant woman leader will let her light shine and never gives up, no matter how many people try to dim her light.
She’s motivated and driven by her passion and purpose…so if she falls, she picks herself right back up and keeps on moving.
So, get your swagger on!
Straighten that back up; hold your head up high; and walk in your truth!
Celebrate your gifts, and don’t worry about what people say about what you do or how you do it.
Vibrant woman–just do your thing!
Love yourself enough to be comfortable with who you are.
Honor your feelings and your core values by always allowing that air of confidence to flow – never try to suppress it.
On the flip side, do not allow your confidence to tune others out.
Remember: great vibrant woman leaders are also good listeners.
Everyone has gifts and talents that can contribute to reaching the primary goal, so make sure that you appreciate the confidence that others project as well.
So, know yourself, love yourself, honor yourself, and be yourself. People will love you for simply being you.
About Dr. Geneva
For information on her new course, “The Vibrant Life Blueprint,” go here.
Speaker, Author, Thought-Leader… and I really like this one, vibrant living culture creator; Golden Soror of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and Michigan Women’s Commission Appointee. With more than forty years of expertise in business management and personal development, I also have the distinction of receiving the NAWBO Top Businesswoman Award and the Booker T. Washington Legacy Award.