5 Findings from Studying Women’s Confidence Levels

What we saw that day was that the truth is, each and every one of us is not alone in our moments of lower confidence. Even the person that can be perceived as outgoing and confident has their own internal struggles, and quite often feelings or a story (or multiple) about something that you might never even suspect would have happened to them. This is because when it comes to confidence there is always both the external perception and the internal self often hidden by it - our confidence, or thoughts, and our mind-sets.

Sarah Deane