Greyscales of confidence

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In my post last month we talked about the importance of saying “no” to avoid workplace burnout. But saying “no,” especially to a superior, or even a colleague you like and get on with, takes a certain amount of confidence. Let’s not pretend saying “no” is easy. What if you need those people later on? […]

Confidence in my 30s

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This is part 2 of a 3-part series on Confidence  Where did that Sunshine Girl go from our first post in the Confidence Blog Series? That team playing university graduate willing to challenge anything with gusto? That Vice Captain “in her day”, scoring goals and travelling the world? Well she’s still here, but she has […]

Confidence in my 20s

Confidence

This is part 1 of a 3-part series on Confidence  Over the years, confidence has been my number 1 strength and my number 1 weakness. It has allowed me to do and say things which most would shy away from doing, but has also sometimes given to others the impression that I am arrogant. This […]