If you think you can’t do something, you won’t be able to do it (example: difficulty finding the right words to use in a meeting).
This tool allows you to show that you have the confidence to do what he wants. To do this, it puts you in a positive state to build your confidence.
- What do you lack confidence in?
Describe the scenario.
- How was your physical location at the time you were lacking confidence?
- What is your confidence level on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being really confident?
A coach can give feedback on the words used, their impact, the body language, the tone of voice, the perceived confidence. In this case, replay the scenario using this feedback and modifying anything that did not work the previous time.
- What worked best?
- What is your confidence level?
Repeat this process as many times as necessary until you reach a confidence level of at least 8.
Replay the scenario one more time, noting the exact words used, the body language and the intonation.
You can use these resources in real life.