E153 – 153: What it Takes to Become the Most Confident Version of Yourself


Life is full of tragedies and being confident doesn’t make you immune to feeling the struggle and pain of difficult times. It’s how you choose to acknowledge, deal with, and overcome the hard times that build your character, strengthen your mental and emotional skill set, and that ultimately helps you become the most confident version of yourself. In this episode, Rachel and Erin share the real and raw struggles that they’ve been going through over the last couple years and what they are doing to help them move forward.

Rachel and Erin talk more about:

+ Owning all facets of your life

+ The dangers of not processing mental and emotional trauma

+ The slippery slope of negative mindset

+ How challenging it is to accept that we are not in control and (more importantly) surrendering to it

+ Evaluating your “content diet” (What are you constantly consuming and feeding your mind?)

+ Creating a life that honors the integrity of who you are as a person

+ And so much more!

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  • “We’re in the online space, we’re easily influenced by something if we don’t put our boundaries and guards up.” – Rachel
  • “I actually feel more accomplished by doing less and focusing on the bigger things that matter versus racing to finish the never-ending to-do list.” – Rachel
  • “I think there are some things that happen in our lives and it’s like yeah you can move on, be resilient, and we can overcome them pretty easy but I feel like we need to take inventory of what those are because sometimes there are things that you maybe should seek help with so that it doesn’t turn into something bigger later on down the road” – Erin
  • “Finding people you can talk to or strategize with or finding ways you can handle and work through emotion by emotion and dismantling how irrational some of them are because we always want to make it worse than it is, especially when we’re in the moment.” – Erin