Confidence in Minutes


Break into any CliqueSarah was shy and bashful as a teenager. Now as a career professional, she has improved.

But shyness still engulfed her. Sometimes she felt like a puppet in the hands of shyness and low confidence.

She asked for advice on how to quickly improve her confidence.

I gave her two words.

Act Confident.

You see Sarah was acting shy.

– Avoided eye-contact 
– Would not initiate conversation 
– Unconfident posture. 
– Did not assert herself in conversation.

These behaviors were rooted in her shyness and self-esteem issues.

In 5 minutes I shared 5 ways for Sarah to act confident. These are laid out in the Conversation Success System.

During those 5 minutes I could see new confidence and power coming over her.

Feelings follow actions. Act confident and you will start to feel confident.

One week later Sarah was a changed person. She was confident and assertive.

She said, “I still have some shy feelings, but now I feel more confident. A coworker asked me what changed!”

Do you need more confidence?

Apply the two words and act confident (but not cocky).


5 Conversation Mistakes

Yesterday, I interacted with about dozen people.

It was painful to see how many were making some common conversation mistakes.

I cringed at times.

Conversation skills are like a beautiful face. Sometimes the first step to being more beautiful is to clean yesterday’s tomato sauce off the face.

In the same, cut out some common conversation mistakes and you’ll instantly be more likeable and improve your skills.

Grab this free report on “5 Conversation Mistakes”.

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Conversation Skills & Taking a Nap

sleeping-1094329-mDid you take a nap today?

It could be one of the easiest ways to improve your conversation skills.

Let me explain.

Tiredness leads to 

– irritability
– a wandering mind
– droopy eyes
– and wanting to avoid people.

All forbidden traits when it comes to being a success at conversation.

A short power nap can invigorate you…and you don’t even have to fall asleep.

Set an alarm for 10-20 minutes.

Take some deep breathes and start counting to 500…slowly.

You may drift off or you may not.

Either way you’ll feel better afterwards…once you have walked around some.

After the recharge keep using techniques from the Conversation Success System.

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