3 Reasons Why Confidence Is The New Black

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Being confident has always been half the battle when trying to achieve anything in life.

But confidence appears to be on trend, and definitely the new black. Women are owning their bodies and their points of view with a new found fierceness, so let’s talk about a few examples of why holding your head high works.

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Confidence In Life

Having a presence when you enter a room commands acknowledgement and respect, so whether you think you belong there or not, act like you do.  Everything from your posture to your tone of voice can say many things about how you feel about yourself. It is always important to hold yourself in the highest regard, because you never know who is watching you, to figure know how to treat you or to be inspired by you.

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Confidence In Love

Being sure of yourself and being sure of who you are two very important mindsets to possess when in love. Letting people know how you want to be treated upfront and being confident enough to communicate that will remove a lot of guesswork in any relationship.

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Confidence In Business

People want to work with others who know where they’re going and even more importantly, just how to get there. Showing others early on that you are confident in your direction, as well as your purpose, will help you to land many projects and close a multitude of deals.

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In the end, putting your most secure face and foot forward in life, love and business are always the way to go, because you never get a second chance to make a first impression so make it count.

Published by Sadie Pegues-Hall

Sadie Pegues-Hall lives in Bucks County, PA and divides her creative time between, event planning and freelance writing. She has been a dating and relationship contributor since 2014 offering honest insight. Sadie has appeared in such publications as Jersey Fashionista Magazine, Height Magazine, Womenz Straight Talk Magazine, Social Lifestyle Magazine and Adventuress Magazine. She has also been seen lending her relationship wisdom on the reality show Learn How to Marry Me and is the content creator for her Youtube channel, Sadie Says It All. Sadie is a wife, a mother to two girls, one of which has autism, a stepmom, and a doggie mom. She is the founder of several autism awareness events which are dear to her heart.

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