Podcast #584


The world can be a negative place, and if you have negative people in your life or are fighting off internal negativity yourself, today’s episode is for you. You’re tired of the negative coworker, or perhaps the cynical family member, or just the negative weight of the world that feels like it’s ever pressing in with every swipe of your social feed or story on the news. Maybe you’re feeling weighed down by the negativity of the world, or maybe a nagging low-grade anxiety that follows you and wakes you up every morning, or the chains of depression and sadness that might feel all too familiar this season. This episode will give you a simple 3-step process to detox the judgment – and the fear of what others think – from adding any layers of negativity to your life. 


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  1. Curiosity.
  2. Narrative intelligence. 
  3. Selectivity


Ask yourself if you are projecting anything.

Ask yourself: are they negative? Are they hurting?

Ask yourself – what can I focus on that is positive instead?

Ask yourself – how can I make positivity my prime emotion here?


Practice the art of getting better at navigating your inner narrative.

What negative narratives do you need to clean up within your own mind?

-Ask yourself to look for the little thoughts.

-Be aware of the micro-complaints.

Intentionally insist on a narrative that celebrates in the good.

-In a situation

-In yourself

-In others

Narrative your thoughts about others more intentionally, compassionately and lovingly

-What could be a better way to tell the story?

-What would you want someone to think about you in such a situation?

-What is there that you don’t know 


You are the queen of your inner kingdom.

What gets in is your choice.

Let negative people in, you’ll be negative.

Emotions are contagious. 

Let negative media, your mind will be negative.

Guardrail your mental life.

Pour good into it intentionally. 


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10 Power Statements to Help Stop Caring What People Think (#583)

Silencing the Critics: Overcoming the Fear of Judgement (#582) 

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The world can be such a negative place. And if you have negative people in your life or are fighting off, internal negativity yourself, today's episode is for you. You're tired of the maybe the negative coworker, the naysayer, perhaps it's that cynical family member, or just the negative weight of the world that feels like it's ever pressing in with every swipe of your social feed or story on the news. Maybe you're feeling weighed down by just the general negativity of the world, you feel like you're in a season of sadness. Or maybe you have a nagging, low grade anxiety that follows you around like a shadow and wakes up with you every morning, or the chains of depression and sadness that they just feel altom familiar this season, Hey, I see you. And there's hope. There's light, we can purge the negative influences from our life. And this episode is going to give you a simple three step process, to detox negativity to detox the judgment that might be pressing in on you the fear of what other people think. Because those things, worrying too much what other people think, or worrying about that coworker or letting negative people influence your life. Simply add layers to negative in your life, and let's be honest, life is life. There is some beauty and there's pain, it is both and we need them both. We don't have to like them both. But the reality is there, there are going to be things that aren't perfect or ideal in your life. And so we want to, we want to identify and acknowledge that there are things that are out of our control, but the things that are in our control. Let's make those positive. Let's put boundaries around the amount of negativity that we allow in. Let's protect our our emotional state our confidence, so that we can purge these negative influences and live a more positive life giving enjoyable and impactful life buckle up. This is going to be a great episode to put some pep in your step. You're listening to the confidence podcast, the go to coaching podcast, oozing with motivation, and easy to implement steps that help you to be bold, and confident in life. I'm your host, Trish Blackwell internationally recognized competence coach, best selling author, and founder of the College of competence. I teach go getters in life, how to master their self talk, turn down the volume of self doubt, and get more results in life. So that you can be the difference maker and world changer. God created you to be you were made for more. And today's episode will help you tap into it. Let's go. Hey, guys, welcome to the show. My name is Trish Blackwell. I'm your confidence. Christian, you're listening to the confidence podcast. This is episode 584. We're talking about purging negative influences from your life. Most particularly difficult people cynical negative naysayers, the keyboard warriors that you're worried about, essentially caring too much what people think. And so we're gonna sort of purge the influences and detox our fear of their judgment. Before we dive into that, I do want to let you know if you are a life coach or an aspiring life coach, I have a live workshop. Starting tomorrow on how to build a successful coaching business, I'm going to give you the five secrets to launching a successful or launching or growing a successful coaching business that no one tells you about. This class is for you if you're dying to grow your business and reach more of the right people who need your coaching. If you want to launch your own business, but don't know where to start or what tech you'll need. You want to learn the top secrets for coaching success and how not to make the top competence killing mistakes. Maybe you dream of generating life changing income by making a deep impact. And you want to do work you love or you know your business deserves a strong mentor but you're not sure where to start. Or you want to charge more for your coaching and get over the mind drama of comparing yourself to others. Or maybe you just think I would love to be a coach. That would be the dream job. Where do I start? I'm going to give you all of that info in my upcoming live class. We're going tomorrow it's at 5pm Eastern Standard and you can access it I have the link in the notes but you can access it at Trish blackwell.com forward slash competence for coaches so that's competence for coaches. Heads up. We have an amazing month happening in the culture confidence. I'm just tell you really quickly because I want to get to our coaching here. It's conflict The month we're in the month of February, we are dialing in on confidant conflict month, which means we're doing live coaching and workshopping and workbooks, on handling rejection, dealing with difficult people asking for what you want, not avoiding conflict, but leaning into it with competence and, and we actually have a conflict challenge, a confident conflict challenge happening all month. If these are areas of your life that you want to improve, you've got to get in the COC. And I don't know if you know this, but the the College of competence is month to month canceled at anytime. And if you join us, and it is not, it is not mind blowing, or does not exceed your expectations. Just ask. Ask my team and I for your money back. You have a 14 day money back guarantee. So there's no risk. If you want to get on confident, conflict month, and learn how to handle rejection. Learn how to deal with difficult people learn how to ask for you what you want, learn how to stop avoiding difficult conversations, come and join us at College of confidence.com. So let's let's dive in. There is a detox process. I promised you something super simple here. And it's three steps. There's a three steps to purging, the the negativity of others, the judgment of others, those three steps, we're going to go and explore more extensively. But I want to give you the steps first. Number one is curiosity. Curiosity. Number two is narrative intelligence. I'll explain what that is. And number three is selectivity. So curiosity, narrative intelligence and selectivity, before we pull those three categories apart, and how to apply them to your life, my, I want you to know my goal. If you're a new listener, we are so happy you're here. This is the we consider ourselves a family, we are all around the world 1000s and 1000s of people deep. And my goal is that you always know when you come and listen to a show. When you listen to an episode of our show, it applies to your life, I always want to give you something applicable to apply immediately that you can practice that you can implement that you can start seeing changes because when you start living your life intentionally, you will start creating results, you will start seeing changes happen. And that you will realize you have tremendous power. Over your future. There's a lot that we can't control. But look, we have been given access to demand a lot, a lot more than give ourselves credit for. So I hope that these tools, my hope, and my prayer is that these tools really serve and bless you. In general, though, let's just pause for a moment and talk about negativity. There's a quote that I really love from Bobby Darnell. And it's this negativity is cannibalistic. The more you feed it, the bigger and stronger it grows. So this is why we have to be on guard for negativity, to be on guard to be aware, to know that it is self perpetuating on itself that that it that emotions are contagious. And this is why it's really critical that we be mindful of the negative people the negative influences in our life. Because they they're contagious. They it's not just oh, they're negative you are affected by people's energy and their emotion and their attitudes. Which is why I'm calling you out to a higher standard. If you are listening to this show, I believe that you are called to be a leader. I believe that you're a world changer and a difference maker, I believe you have this positive power in the world. But you have to let your light shine, you have to be brave. And you have to know that when you shine bright, sometimes people aren't gonna like it. Because when you shine bright when you are positive, when you commit to optimism, when you start believing bigger when you're the person who's leading with faith. The people who are in a negative space aren't always going to like it and that's okay.

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So we have to be proactive you are called I just want you just to be so encouraged by the power of your positivity. You know, my friends and I my girlfriends and I were out for a drink just last night. Just a little happy hour among moms. And we mentioned another mom who's in our PTA in the PTO of our school. And we were just singing her praises, because she's so positive. I don't know her superpower, but she has managed this is a school with 750 kids. I could probably guess that this woman knows every every other moms name. And when she sees you. She always uses your name. When she sees me at the grocery store at the soccer field at school. She's like hey trash, and she waves and she makes me feel like a million bucks. She makes me feel seen. She waves her arm in the air. She's so happy. She makes you feel like she's your You're always the person she wants to see. You know, I can't wait. Now that I've realized how impressed I am and how powerful this is. I can't wait to see her next time I see her and just let her know, I think it's a gift. I think she's putting out so much goodness in the world. She's changing people's J when I see her, my day is better. That's the power of simply deciding to be a positive person. And I think sometimes we go, oh, it's not that big of a deal. It is it's life changing for other people. Do not minimize the power of your kind words, the power of remembering somebody's name, the power of saying, Hey guys, let's not let's let's find a more positive way to look at this. Negativity is the enemy of possibility. It's DIB stifles potential, it limits growth, it it just, it puts an endpoint on anything that's possible. So if you want a world and a life of possibilities, you've got to fight negativity, like it's an actual enemy. Because it is. And the reality is that negativity is a thief. It steals happiness and replaces it with self doubt. In many ways, it's the easy way out. It's harder to choose the path of optimism to choose the path of belief to choose the path of resilience. When I fight and battle, my own internal negativity, it's often around fear or anxiety or self consciousness or fear of embarrassment. And the fear is easy. It's talking back to the fear and the negativity, that's hard. I don't think it's this, we need to discipline and be better at it. I think we need to decide the type of person we want to be. I want to be a person who is brave, I want to be a person who lives out Eleanor Roosevelt. So famous quote, do one thing every day that scares you, I want to be a person who says, I see you fear, I see you negativity, I see the odds stacked against me, and I will stay in a place of belief, I will stay in a place of courage. It's not that I know that I can do it, it's that I'm willing to step forward and willing to believe I'm willing to say I will walk in victory. So there's this path of optimism. And so people make fun of positive people. Because they're bored with their own lives. Let them don't let what somebody might say keep you from a higher quality of life. So let's talk walk through what is this? This detox look like? Number one, two, we said curiosity, narrative intelligence and selectivity. Curiosity is asking yourself better questions questioning the source. So when you're thinking about some someone, something, some circumstance, some person who is negative in your life, and that maybe the negativity isn't expressed as overt negativity, and maybe the negativity isn't expressed as overt negativity, maybe they're just always a little down, or they're always have a slide, cynical, sarcastic mark, or they are just overwhelmed and sad by the weight of the world. And they're always reading in watching, you know, everything that that's happening in the world, and they can't find any good. So when you are asked, when you're finding yourself face to face in a negative scenario, whether it's with a person, a place, a thing, a season, your own mind, I want you to ask yourself some better questions. So we're gonna get curious. And the curiosity is this, ask yourself, if you're projecting anything, ask yourself, are they negative? Or am I being negative? But also, if the answer is that you're being negative? Ask yourself, I wonder why. Let your brain just be curious. Because curiosity leads us to a place of compassion. I'm not saying don't be around negative people, because that would be unrealistic. We got people in our life, people are people, people are messy, they're going to be negative. How do we love them? How do we have compassion? How do we put boundaries and not let their negative negativity seep into us and be contagious to us? We get curious and we go, I wonder why they're feeling so burdened or wonder why they're spiraling in this overwhelm. I wonder if they're hurting. That that adage that hurt people hurt people resonates? It's true. You can also ask yourself, What can I focus on? That's positive inset instead? One of the things I like to tell my students in the college competence is to ask yourself, is there a better way to tell the story? This went wrong, this went wrong this went wrong. Yes. And you might be saying these are all facts and they might be but is there a better way to tell that story? And instead of saying what went wrong in the day and how awful the day was, look at how amazing I am at dodging, navigating moving forward rolling with the punches and walking through a bad day. So it doesn't change the flat tire the inconvenience the doctor that didn't call you back the unexpected bill the negative person the the the negative thing your spouse inadvertently said to you but they didn't realize how hurtful it was. All of that we don't just sweep it under the carpet and save my life was fine today. Well, we go instead of just saying, Oh, what a terrible day or this. If it's not one thing, it's another one of the most toxic phrases you can say. Ask yourself, is there a better way to tell the story? And sometimes it's as simple as a lot thrown at me today. But look at me still standing? What can I learn from the day? Another great question and the curiosity phase here is to ask yourself, How can we make positivity, my prime emotion here? So what do we mean by that in in my coaching, I teach people something called intentional emotional creation. And meaning we teach the team method which is your thoughts, your emotions, your actions, that is a technique that we teach that circles back and explains the, the, the CVT concept of your, you know, your your thoughts, create how you feel, how you feel, is driving how you act. And so if we know that, that what I'm thinking creates my emotions, and I want to feel better, I want to feel more positive. You can ask yourself, How can I make positivity, my prime emotion today? What thought which really goes what thought do I need to think, to feel positive or optimistic about this person, this scenario this day, this situation. So that is the that's their curiosity element. Element. Number two is the narrative intelligence. And what I want you to do here is to practice the art of getting better at navigating your own inner narrative. We all know about IQ, your intellectual intelligence, we know about EQ, your emotional intelligence, I want to offer to you today, narrative intelligence, and cue, I suppose it would be and that is the ability for you to talk to yourself in a constant, helpful, life giving narrative, meaning, putting into practice, so much of what we talked about here on the podcast, reframing intentional emotional creation, affirmation, setting your mind on things that are good, setting your mind right every day, asking yourself and protecting your brain. And so what negative narratives do you need to clean up with your own mind? And we can talk about detoxing the negativity around us. But there's a lot within us that we can do some deep work on as well. And that's a really great journaling question if you want to put it at the top of your journal. And if you don't have a journal get one I believe everyone should have one can just be a blank notebook. And in right at the top of the page, the question, what negative narrative? Or what story about my life or myself, am I telling myself, that's negative that I can clean up.

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And just a side note, if you don't know how to journal and you want to, it can be a very simple process. I have a lot of journals I sell on Amazon, a couple of different processes that you can follow. But you can check it out at Trish blackwell.com forward slash journal, or I had just released a new journal prompt book with 1000 Journal prompts, it's 1000 Journal prompts, just spark joy and confidence. And they're categorical I have 200 prompts, for how to know who you are, of 200 prompt for how to know how to think 200 prompts for how to know what you want to enter prompts for how to know that you matter. And then 200 prompts for how to know that your future is better than your past. And you can get that on Amazon at Trish blackwell.com forward slash inner radiance. But back to motional intelligence. When it comes to being curious about your own negative narratives. What you're gonna do is you're gonna look for the little thoughts, because it's the little thoughts, it's death, internal death by 1000 thoughts, that destroys us, that that renders you sideline to the life you're meant to live. And when you get masterful at reframing and catching and taking captive, your little thoughts, that is when you start building to create powerful big thoughts. And so one of the things I have to be aware of, and that I'm often very guilty of is micro complaining. Micro complaints. Like this is the, of course the bus, the school bus is late, that kind of like, you can say, Well, I'm just stating something, but let's be honest, I'm complaining, the school bus was late. And as with the emotional, and if even if I say that micro complaints, now it sets the tone, a slight negative tone, a slight, like leaning of, of, of saturation of warmth, towards negativity. Or maybe I would say it's not warmth, it's it's cold. And so I'm thinking about the filters of photos and how we edit right? But I want you if you want to become more positive about how you think about yourself, how you think about your possibilities, how you think about your giftings your potential, your life, your family, your future, catch the micro complaints, catch every little negative thought and question it. I know that the dance that you're playing about improving the way you talk to yourself your narrative intelligence is an IT is an act of emotional Cerruti. And when you can intentionally insist on a narrative that celebrates the good Oh, my gosh, you will start living an incredible, extraordinary experience of life. And so find a way to say here, how do I find the good in this situation? How do I find the good in myself? How do I find the good in others, this doesn't mean it's perfect doesn't mean that the whole thing is good. But there is always something good in it. There's always something good that can come out of it. I want to live my life and believe that nothing is wasted. I believe that God takes everything and gives me opportunity to grow. And he and he's forming me and shaping me through it. So I believe that no matter what happens there is good. And if you don't yet know my full story, listen to episode 444. I talk about now it's a trigger warning. There's a lot of trauma narrative there, but it is a it is a full, I'll give you a full aerial view of how it is that I've become so passionate about, about about confidence, but also how the miracles that changed my life that made me go I can't not talk about this, right. And I've had to say like, and the worst, my worst like the in the worst nightmare. Moments, right? I had a stranger choking me to death. It's the turning point in my life. I really believe God took the worst thing that could have ever happened to me. And very, very, very near death. awful experience that I needed to do years of therapy through, by the way, right? Regular therapy. EMDR did all the work is the best thing that I've ever walked through because of the direction, the guidance, the appreciation for life, the passion, the fire, I have the gratitude, I have to be alive, it changed everything. God use the worst thing and made it good. Now, that's easy to say when you're out of it, it's harder to believe when you're in the struggle, I get it. But you still can become a person in your narrative to say there's, I can't find the good, but there's something good here. I'm sure I'll find it soon. And the final thing I want to say about narrative intelligence is to narrate your thoughts about others more intentionally, compassionately and lovingly, and you can simply guide those those thoughts about others by asking yourself, what could be a better way to tell the story? What would you want someone to think about you in such a situation? Right? Often I have these thoughts about other people, and I go there, but when I insert myself and go, What if there's more to the story? Or what what would I want people do I would want people to see me and give me the benefit of the doubt, is a really great question to change your thoughts about especially the negative people in your life or people that you're struggling to have connection with? Is what is there that they're not telling me? What is there that I don't know? That is actually helps me have more compassion? How can I tell a better story about how this person is behaving? How this person, even if you can't stand how they're behaving? How can I at least love them better by telling myself a better narrative? Okay, so then we have selectivity. So again, step one was curiosity. Step two, is narrative intelligence and working to grow in that area of intelligence. And then selectivity which really, I just picked a fun word. To say Be intentional, be selective about who you surround yourself with, to the extent that you can be proactive and intentional about what inputs you allow, in your mind and in your brain and in your thoughts. And what are you reading? What are you watching? What are you listening to? What are you focusing on? You are the queen of your inner kingdom. You are the queen of your brain. What gets in is your choice. One of my favorite visuals is to imagine your brain and it being like an exclusive, you know, luxury beachfront property, and there's a bouncer there. And you get to decide by running everything by this bouncer does that get access to me, do I, who gets in my thoughts that again, in our my choice, and the influences I surround myself with? Are my choice because we do become who we surround ourselves with. That is why being in community is so critical. That's why I created a community so that there could be a community of positive people. And that's what we do in the college incompetence so that you couldn't have a group of people who say I want more from life I know I was made for more I will commit to training my brain to reframing to to my narrative intelligence to becoming the best version that I can be that God created me to be in this world. And because the reality is if you let negative people in, you'll be negative. emotions are contagious. As we've already said, if you let negative media in, your mind will be next Get it. And for all that I have to say here. I hate that my mom was right. How many of you relate like where you're like, Oh, this is the thing that my mom told me 1000 times over and over and over in childhood. She said to me, garbage in, garbage out now waterway, look, I just had the most fabulous vacation in Puerto Rico with my mom, we had five days there. I was there for a conference. And she and I had three days at the beach together, reading, it was amazing. It was epic. So I love and adore her. And this loves spending time with her love talking to her. But there's that little like maybe tween inside of me that says I hate that she was right, because I can remember rolling my eyes at her when I was 1314 going, Oh, you're so annoying mom like garbage, she would turn off TV shows that I wanted to watch. She wouldn't let me watch MTV. There were all these restrictions. And you know what, though, y'all, she was right. She taught me this core lesson, that what you let in is what groups that you it impacts you. So guard rail, your mental life, poor good into it intentionally. curate your social feeds, pay attention to what you're watching. You know, the other day I was watching a show, I was telling my students in the college competence. This in the show was funny. But then the show crossed the line and insulted my faith. And I wanted to keep watching the show. But I went you know what, though, there's nothing good in here. It For Me if this is the way the narrative is, if they're going to make fun of what matters to me, I can find something else that's funny that I enjoy. And sometimes when you make these decisions, and you coach yourself to say, oh, there's there needs to be a guardrail here. It's okay. If you're, you don't want to the end, if there's an inner argument of like, Oh, it doesn't matter. Oh, but then yes, it does. I am a person who will hide who will commit to high standards in my life, I will be selective about what gets to be in my brain to take place my brain and be on this having just been at this beautiful resort in Puerto Rico. You know, there, there were people guarding the beach because they wanted to keep the property pristine. And if you don't do that, well, the beach gets yucky. If you let everybody to the beachfront property, the property gets destroyed. But if you guard it, and you say, oh, yeah, you can have a spot here. And then you pick up after them. And but it's just this, it's truly a visual of in the beachfront property of your brain, which is the most valuable property

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that you have available to you, who gets to sit down? What gets in what makes the cut. And one of the simplest ways to do this is to do not to start and end your day living other people's lives. What do I mean by that? Well, we do that, because of the way we focus on social media, it's often the first thing you do you pick up your phone, you see what people are doing, you go to bed, and fall asleep with the phone in your hand, because it is one of the most negative ways to start and end your day. So if there's one shift that you make, right now, it's to stop living other people's lives, definitely don't start your day, or end your day with it, I would encourage you, if at all possible to, to wait 30 minutes before you pick up your phone in the morning, and to put your phone away 30 minutes before you go to bed. So I hope that that encourages you. You guys have those three steps, you're gonna start having more curiosity, we're gonna lean in to questioning and improving the inner narrative navigating your inner narrative about yourself about negativity about other people deciding this to say there's a better way to tell the story. But then also being selective about what influences you allow in your life, what people you allow in your life, what you allow people to save yourself also having mental standards of selectivity. There are certain things that I used to allow myself to think and I was I would, I would use the cop out, oh, I can't help it. This is just how I think which was not true. I can help how I think I can choose to say, I don't think this way anymore. I have thoughts all the time, from from 20 years ago that are negative, and self critical that will come up and surface and I say to myself, I look at that thought, I separate the thought from my brain. Just because I'm thinking a thought doesn't make the thought real. It doesn't make the thought true and it doesn't make the thought me and I separate that and I say interesting thought. Trish, we don't believe that anymore. That is not a thought that I think anymore. And you can separate yourself from thoughts with that simple of a process. Before we go I do want to let you know if you're jamming out on today's episode, if this resonated with you, there's two other episodes I think you will enjoy. They're the most recent ones actually We just scroll back just a bit. We have silencing the critics overcoming the fear of judgment. That's 582 And then 10 Power statements to help you stop caring what people think that's last week's episode 583 I want to thank you guys, a couple of you have been coming through, you guys are giving me some amazing reviews. And that helps us serve more people, you're taking just a minute out of your day to leave a quick review, even if it's just one sentence. It one it blesses my heart so much. It keeps me mad. You have no idea how deeply and massively encouraged it makes me but to it helps other people serendipitously find the show. It helps other people decide, should I try this episode? Should I try that podcast? In the same way that you know that when you run out of a show on Netflix, and you sit down, you're like, oh, what should I watch? It's hard to commit. It's hard to try something new. And the reason reviews are helpful is that helps somebody who's looking for something new. And they're deciding between two things. It helps them go you know what, this one has more reviews, maybe that means more people like it, maybe I'll give it a go. And you writing review might be the reason that somebody finds the light changing tools that we talked about here. So do it for those you don't know, pay it forward. Someone did it for you. It's probably how you found the show. And when I want to give a special thanks to Jeanette, she wrote me a sweet message. She said this Hey, Trish, I just had to reach out today for the first time ever. I decided to open the journal that I bought a year ago, and actually right in it. At the same time, I wanted to find an inspirational podcast. I've never listened to a podcast before. So two firsts for me today. I came across yours on self confidence. It was amazing. I think I journaled and wrote down every word you said, I've never heard of you. But you've said so many important and meaningful things that I hope will give me more confidence. I will definitely be listening in the future. Jeanette, thank you so much for that. That shout out I'm so glad that you're part of the competence family. And heads up guys. Just a reminder, get yourself signed up for my upcoming class which is tomorrow at Trish blackwell.com forward slash confidence for coaches this is if you are interested in becoming a life coach or a confidence coach or learning how to teach some of the tools that I teach. We have a new certification program we have the one full cohort that's already gone through the certification cohort number to start soon. And if you think you would want to learn from me, if you think that you would want to learn and be certified in the coaching methodologies and teachings that I teach. I want to invite you to check out confidence coaching certification.com That's confidencecoachingcertification.com. Guys, In the meantime, go out there go be more of who God created you to be. Be you. Be free. Thanks for listening to the confidence podcast and allowing me to be your coach today in your life. If you love the show, please let us know by leaving a review in iTunes are encouraged by what you learned. share this episode with a friend and let us know that the show is changing your life by saying hi to us on social media Instagram, Trish_Blackwell are on Facebook Trish Blackwell coaching, ready to take what I teach and really take it to the next level. Join us today in the College of confidence. It's my group coaching program that you can join risk free and cancel anytime. And the COC you'll scale your confidence, your courage, and the changes you make in your life. It's the coaching support and community you've been looking for. Go to www.collegeofconfidence.com to get started. If you love the podcast, you will love the College of confidence even more and see even more transformation in your life. Come and see for yourself. I'm cheering you on friend. See you soon

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