Podcast #585


Do you have an inner mean voice that no one knows about? You know, that voice that is always beating yourself up, telling you that you could have done better, and putting pressure on you to lose weight, be cooler, do better or make less mistakes? We call that voice your self-talk. The self-talk narrative that you have determines everything about the level of confidence you feel. The great news is that you can change your self-talk.  My self-talk used to be absolute trash, and it is now my greatest cheerleader and strength. If I can change my inner self talk around, you can too. This episode will teach you how.

In this episode of The Confidence Podcast, you’ll learn:

  • How to increase your narrative intelligence
  • The steps to take to change your inner voice
  • Secrets to shifting from being too tough on yourself to being someone who is nice to themself


You were made for more. You have so much difference-making and world-changing to do, and within you. But if you don’t master your inner self-talk, you’ll forever be held back by your own insecurities.

Your greatest enemy is your insecurity.

Your greatest weapon to fight insecurity is your self-talk.

This is a skill and something that will take practice.

-Practice is critical.

-Self-awareness is key. 

-Curiosity and compassion are required.

-Coaching is helpful.

-Journaling is the best tool. 

Train Your Self-Talk



Out loud conversations

Write your wins

Gratitude obsession

10x your atta-girls / celebrate yourself

Parent your thoughts and encourage your inner child


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Do you have that inner mean voice that no one knows about? You know, the voice that's always beating yourself up telling you that you could have done better. Or maybe just putting pressure on yourself. To lose weight, be cooler, do better, make less mistakes. Look, we call that voice, your self talk. The self talk narrative that you have determines everything about the level of confidence you feel. Now the great news is, you can change your self talk. My self talk used to be absolute trash. And it is now my greatest cheerleader and strength. And here's what I'm here to tell you. If I can change my inner self talk, so can you in this episode, I'm going to teach you how we're going to talk about how to change your inner language, how to be kinder to yourself, how to learn, to self encourage, instead of self criticize, and the art of Self validation buckle up. This episode in particular, is for those of you who put too much pressure on yourselves. Those of you who you think that pushing yourself harder is gonna get you results and you find yourself frustrated and anxious. This is an episode for my high achievers. My Taipei's, my perfectionist I know about that self talk, why do I know because I had it. Life can feel so much better. And this episode's gonna be your first step. Let's dive in. 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 confidence 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 there, welcome to the confidence podcast. My name is Trish Blackwell. I'm your confidence coach and you're listening to Episode 585. Today's episode is called self talk and self validation How to Be nicer to yourself. This seems simple. Please know that if it's complicated or feels very hard to implement, you are not alone. The good news is I want you to know is you were made for more. You have so much difference making and world changing to do and when everything you have is within you. But if you don't master your inner self talk, you'll forever be held back by your own insecurities. Your greatest enemy is your insecurity. Your greatest weapon to fight insecurity is your self talk. In this episode this week, we're going to be talking about how to increase your what I'm calling narrative intelligence, how to practice and improve your inner voice, some basics of self talk, how to train your self talk, and how to be nicer to yourself. This is a great episode, I'm so excited to buckle up real quick announcement if you are not yet in the College of competence, and you're a person who wants to improve how you manage conflict in your life, the entire month of February 2024. We are dedicating to confident conflicts we are doing a conflict challenge. So all month long, we have some incredible workshops, including handling rejection, dealing with difficult people how to work with unmotivated people, money, habits for relationships, because let's talk about money conflict, especially in relationships. being disliked or misunderstood. And the conflict that that makes you feel socially overcoming your own inner conflict of decision. So we're we have a whole workshop on decisiveness and the Inner Inner Voice conflict that happens when you believe in yourself and then you don't believe in yourself and you believe in yourself and you don't believe in yourself. So all of that is happening in the College of confidence in conflict month, it is a month to month subscription, you can come and join for a month and then cancel and and in case you didn't know I am so confident that the college of competence is the most effective and affordable life coaching available anywhere. If it does not absolutely exceed your expectations. We give you your money back. It is that simple. Go to college or competence.com to get started. So look, the art of self talk is everything. And what I want you to do is first learn and realize you have an inner voice. The person that you're going to speak to the most your entire life is yourself. Because at any given time you have an inner narrative happening. And I want to introduce to you a concept that we call a narrative intelligence. So you've heard of emotional intelligence and intellectual intelligence, you have your EQ and your IQ. I want to talk about your n q, your narrative intelligence and, and to really just lean into this as an area, that there's room for growth for anyone. And narrative intelligence is a skill. It's something that takes practice, practice is critical self awareness is key, curiosity and compassion are required. And coaching is helpful. But journaling. And coaching is critical. But journaling is the best place to start. And the journaling process is where we gain awareness. And if you're not sure how to journal, I always recommend just open brain dump that pen to paper and you put a timer on it for five minutes and let yourself just write down without judgment. What comes to mind your first thoughts, but what we do is we want to separate our thoughts from ourselves, we our thoughts are so entwined because this inner narratives happening all the time, our self talk is happening all the time, that we associate what we think to who we are. And I was stuck in that for years, I thought, just because I thought it meant that that's where I was stuck in it. Just because you think it doesn't mean it's true, doesn't mean it defines you. And it doesn't meet mean, it's a thought you need to keep, until I learned the art of journaling. I didn't know how to separate those. And that's why wherever you are in your narrative intelligence path, and in your process of improving your internal narrative and your self talk, please, please, please take five minutes to journal. Learn how to journal if you don't know how to journal I just opened actually, we just released a new, new tool for you. It's a $7 tool, and I hope that it serves you, you can find it at a Trish blackwell.com/journal mastery bundle. It is $7. And that is I've got five videos, a week long process that you can learn 30 minutes a time about how to master journaling, journaling, basics, journaling, for healing journey, all of my journaling methodologies, and some templates and worksheets to go along with it. And then I've got three bonus worksheets, where and workshops actually where I teach you for an hour the art of reframing how to journal in in particular areas of your life. So that is again, $7. I've had so many of you reach out and go, I want to improve journaling. But I get stuck. How do I start. And I just I've spent the last honestly three weeks putting this together, because I wanted a tool that anybody could use. Journaling has been so life changing for me. And it's so critical to improving your self talk that I wanted to make it a no brainer. So go to Trish blackwell.com forward slash journal mastery bundle, I will put that link in the show notes as well. And you can always get the show notes for our show at Trish blackwell.com forward slash 585. So the episode number. So journaling is key. One of the things we're going to do as you start being aware of your conversation with yourself of your thoughts, you're going to start to name and separate yourself from your inner narrative. So I in my coaching, you've heard me coach probably about 1.0 You and 2.0 you and that version of you is also existing in your thoughts. And so I like to personify my two inner narratives. My two primary inner narratives. I've got trashy Trish. I've got triumphant Trish, and trashy Trish has this voice that's self pressured. That's anxious. That's always feeling stressed, that feels behind and the thing is, I can immediately tell when trashy, Trish starts talking the criticism, the anxiety, and it's so so key to separate that from your other thoughts. And I can talk back to myself and say, Oh, that's just trashy trash talking.

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I don't have to be friends with her anymore. I used to think she was my only friend. I thought she was the only voice I had to listen to I could hear. But you see, I had to start talking back to her to turn her down. So I could start hearing that the whole time. There were other Trish is talking. If you're only used to hearing one voice, you might not realize that there are other voices that are available to you. I think this is very much like when you only speak one language and your brain gets exposed to a new language and all of a sudden, you realize wait, I could pick up on a word. Now I might not be fluent in this other language. But I know enough I can start picking things out in your ear hears things that before were just noise, very much the same approach that we approach for self talk. As a way what we want to do is first acknowledge that self talk is critical. Use journaling as the process to start to understand the current narrative that you have. And in my coaching in the college competence and with my private clients, what I teach, really if we were were to put it under an umbrella, it's narrative intelligence, the higher your n q is, the more flexible you are in your thinking and in your conversation with yourself. Meaning, when you the trashy Trish version of you comes out, you're able to talk back to it in the same way that you would talk to a negative friend or your child who's being snappy, you would just redirect that conversation, it's very much your ability to pay attention to understand the emotions from which the thoughts are coming, and talk back to, right. So the your thoughts, your emotions, and the actions repeat in a cycle. And so when the self criticism comes up, it's because it's self perpetuating. There's a little bit of a flywheel action that's happening. And so to improve your narrative intelligence, we just want to start inserting ourselves with more authority within our own brain, you have authority in your mind. I didn't think I did for years. And you know, the thing that made me that held me back in my growth the most was because as an athlete, I started getting really self critical. And I started putting too much pressure on myself at a high elite level. And I had sports psychologists say, just don't take it, don't put pressure on yourself. And I felt I wasn't given tools, the steps of how not to do that. And maybe you've been told the same thing, or you feel like your brains broken. Or this is just how you're always going to think and I'm here to tell you just because you've always thought a certain way, or always spoken to yourself in a certain way, does not mean you always have to, or you always well, you have choice, you are able to be helped. I was so I wrote myself off going well, if the coaches couldn't tell me in the sport psychologists can help I guess I can't really change my inner talk. And the reality is I just didn't have the right tools. They were well intentioned, but they didn't provide me steps or tools. And that's why I'm so passionate about the work that I do in my coaching is I provide actual step by step ways for you to learn how to talk back to yourself. And so the step and the process is simple. We just start parenting ourself, we start questioning our thoughts. It really is, I want to give you permission, if you really want to prove your inner self talk, I want to give you permission to start talking back to yourself to start having conversations with yourself. Now, you can have them in your mind, you can have them out loud, or you can have them through the process of journaling. It is the most powerful skill that you can develop in your personal development is the ability to improve and increase the the intentional intentionality of your inner self talk of your conversations to yourself. So once you're at the stage, where you embrace that I'm a person who talks to myself, I'm a person who is able to hit the ball back in the court when the ball gets thrown. And it I'm playing a tennis match with my brain all the time. It's not a problem that their self doubt or the trashy Trish comes up the the negativity is not a problem. What's what's the problem is if I let it win, if I don't talk back to it, in the same way, as a parent, right, I have a six year old and a nine year old at this point, my six year old, like still gets snappy. And look, he's six, it's not a problem. It's not tolerated. But it's not a problem that he pushes the boundaries because I parent him back and I say, Hey, babe, we don't say things like that, hey, try again, change your tone, hey, I'm not going to do that. Because you didn't say May or please or thank you, you're missing some steps try get in the same way. It's not a problem that he's developing and learning how to ask and navigate socially. And within our family in our family structure. It's not a problem, my brain sometimes is negative or critical. I'm just like, hey, by the way, new rules. We don't do that here. Like we've elevated our standards. And that's all this is doing. We are elevating your standards of the conversations you have with yourself. So you're going to practice your inner voice. How do you do this? journaling? You do it through coaching, you do it by surrounding yourself with a group of other people who are doing this type of work as well which, which is what we offer in the College of confidence. We also want to encourage you, you had this very naturally as a baby, you learned how to self encourage because if you didn't have that inner positive self voice, you probably would have never learned how to walk because you would have given up you would have kept falling and is that I'll never be able to do this. And so when you start being aware that you have you have authority and power in the conversations that you can continue and and and mold and shape and parent within yourself. The more you lean into that and you practice it as a skill. And you then applaud yourself for being just aware. You will be able to strengthen and deepen the roots of your self encouraging voice of self validation. And this goes back to as a kid you always probably cheered yourself on. Like I can look watching my kids Like, they draw stick figures, this is when they were little right. And they basically thought they were Picasso. Like, this inflated encouraged self ego that was like, Look how beautiful this is. And it was a, it's so interesting to go. Okay, so we're all wired to see ourselves, Well, we are wired to self incurred, they, they are not beating themselves up at age four because they think their friends ahead of them are more successful than them or can run faster. They're just like, oh, well watch me run, I'm fast too. And so informative to go, you have the skills already, you have the language of self encouragement, it's just possible that you might have gone 10 years, 20 years, 30 years, 40 years, 50 years without using that language. And so as a linguist, myself, and if you don't know, maybe this is your first time listening to the show. I'm fluent in French and fluent in Spanish. And I got to tell you, I have to work at it consistently. I watch shows in languages, I have tutors, and we have helped in conversation. And on the weeks that I am not reading in French or watching stuff and speaking to my friend in French, my French goes down, I lose the words. It's not that it's bad. It's just not as fluent. I start overthinking I start having to think in English to think in French versus when I'm really in the flow or when I was in Paris last last year for a month. Just thought in French drempt in French spoken French. So if it's clunky to start, it's okay, the language basics that you have for positive self talk are there. What we need to do is use them. How do I improve my French using it? How do I improve my Spanish using it. And I can't just go okay, I'm just gonna use it once Tuesday with Katrina. I need to use it on Tuesday, and then study it and use it every day and read. I read my Bible in in Spanish and then I'll listen to something else in French if I if I want to increase the level of skill in a language, I have to just play playing it. I need to use it consistently. And so I want you to think about your positive self talk and your self validating language the same.

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So you can train yourself talk we can do that. And how do you do this? What are the ways we do it consistency daily use journaling, affirmations, power phrases, out loud conversations with yourself. And if you're like, That's sounds crazy, you know, what's crazy is to not use skills and tools that are proven to work, though go for a walk by yourself. I talk out loud all the time on my walks, I pray out loud. Go in the gym, take a drive in your car and talk out loud yourself. You'd be amazed the mental breakthroughs that you have. And the other thing is write your wins out writing out your wins and slowing down to say you know what I am winning here one of the core tools I love and you probably heard me mentioned this before, but in case you haven't, the 333 method is a three minute journaling exercise you do at night takes three minutes. First thing you do is write down three things that you're grateful for. The second thing you do is write three wins from that day because we need to slow down you probably have 30 things on your list that you didn't get done. We were focusing on defeat where we need to focus on victory, I want to start tuning your eye to look for the good. It's your reticular activating system where you go, Okay, I'm going to start noticing something specific and you will be amazed as soon as you start looking for wins, you see more wins. This is very much like when you're looking for a yellow Jeep all of a sudden you see on the road, there's like eight, whereas before you're like I don't think anyone has a yellow jeep. And so writing three wins down and then you write three wins that you're gonna have for the next day. This preemptively tells you I'm already winning. Look at me, I'm crushing it at life, that little narrative of just be able to say to yourself, I'm doing the thing, I'm moving the needle, I'm loving my life, I'm living my life. Well, that statement is self encouraging. And so writing your wins having a wind journal doing the 333 method is critical but also having an obsession with gratitude is everything. Having gratitude for the things that are hard having gratitude for the things that are good? This is I really believe that that practice of intentional gratitude at a high level will elevate your entire experience of life and your ability to make an impact and it's simple but take it seriously don't say yeah, yeah all I'm a thankful person like are you if I were to look at your journal or if you posted on your on your on your desk, are you are you writing it down? Are you are you doing sincerity? outreaches to other people, are you walking in a spirit of thankfulness and gratitude. The more you level that up, the more you'll also it will reciprocate back it will reflect back to you of gratitude for the way you're showing up in the world. attitude for your willingness to do hard things, gratitude for the growth that you're making the time that you're spending listening to podcasts like this, the two reading books that are that are stretching you, they're pushing you and you're maybe you are not where you want to be yet, but my gosh, are grateful that you're further than when you were yesterday that that internal that brain, I want to be in that brain. Look, I spent way too many years in a brain that was self critical, it's not a pretty place to live. And I want to invite you to really, really believe today, you can change the atmosphere of brain, you can change your experience of life, by changing the way you talk to yourself to other ways. And we've already mentioned a little bit, but I want these these or if you're like Trish, I'm ready, I want to practice this language, I want to improve my self talk, I want to be nicer to myself. The other two things I would want you to practice and implement are to parent your thoughts, and encourage your inner child and that really just comes through throughout the day, you're course correcting your thoughts, you're correcting your thoughts through reframing them through asking yourself is this fact? Or is this fiction for continuing the story? But even just saying, is there another way to think about this? Or a brain? No, this is going bad. And this is bad. And this is frustrated? But where's the good? How is this for me, not against me. And in order to parent your thoughts, and encourage your inner child, you also have to have a vision of what you want your life to be of what kind of person you want to be and what kind of thoughts this person would have. And what we do is we go, we're going to elevate my standards. So when when I elevated my mental standards, complaining, gossiping, being self critical, there just weren't tolerated anymore. I decided negativity was not going to be part of my life. Now it doesn't mean it's done my brain, my brain a lot. But it just parented out, I escorted out, I just go away. You used to belong here, you don't let me walk you out. But in order to parent your thoughts in the same way, like in order for me to parent, my children, well, I have standards, I, my husband and I have certain things in our house that we tolerate ones that we don't, things that we value and ones that we don't. So you've got to establish that for your brain, for your mind for your life for what you want for the type of person that you want to be. This is the work we do in the College of competence. If you're like, Okay, Trish, I'm in that sounds great deal, how we have so many resources for you to do this. There is no need for overwhelm. But it's a good question to start thinking about it. And the other tool I want you to do is to start celebrating yourself, I want to if you really want to next level this. I want you to 10 out of girls a day, I was speaking to some of my clients, because we're working on this self encouraging voice. And I mentioned like, alright, well, let me ask you a transparent question. How many times a day are you saying, add a girl? And maybe you don't say out a girl? Maybe you'd go yes. Look at me. Or yeah, Trish, let's go like, like, use your third person, don't use your name and third person or just say today. And most of my clients who've been working me for a long time. So it's like maybe once or sometimes not. And I want you to go to know that I have been very intentional about this my life and has made life easier. I have a better relationship with myself. I like myself now more than ever. Honestly, I think because of this, because I've just decided I'm going to cheer myself on. I'm tired of waiting for other people to cheer me on. I take your own life into my hands. Because God gave me this life, its mind to maximize it's my responsibility. And knowing that I have trained my mind for years to be self critical, man, I needed to double down the opposite way. So I cheer myself on all the time. I like okay. Well, here's here's one. Here's one example today, my son had lacrosse now heads up. He loves lacrosse, but there's always like stress because honestly, I leave five minutes too late and then we change in the parking lot. And then he hates some of the gear and he fights me over if he has to wear a cup or not. And the helmets are a little hard to figure out. And so I'm always a little stressed. I'm the type of person who wants I want him on the field on time. And inevitably, we're a couple minutes late. And I'm always stressed and today we were not today I mentally said Oh shoot. Well we're about four minutes behind schedule. And I was able to go it doesn't matter. Trish we will take her time in the parking lot. You will not be the stressed Hurry hurry hurry parent that you hate being sometimes. And when I showed up and was totally chillin unrushed and by the way bigger ended up getting his stuff on faster. He was too he ran to the field which when I stress he's like I'm in Kokako who like slump and drag his lacrosse stick behind him. I'm like no, we're late run today because of my attitude. He got dressed Quick, we added the things he ran. He was on time. And I said to myself, look at you go girl, add girl. I gave myself an outer girl for that. I gave myself an outer girl for returning library books on time. I'm, I've given myself today it's Saturday afternoon. I would like a glass of champagne had a great workout. Did a great lacrosse experience. And I am drinking an espresso instead because I had told myself I'm gonna record this podcast today. Because I love my people. I love my podcast family. And you better believe as soon as I press stop on this and I edit this bad boy. I'm gonna go at a girl you did it. I celebrate every little thing and I say to myself Trish Look at you go. Way to go out a girl you made the best out of girl human like practice that and I wanted to give you simple examples. Because I think you overground eyes like well, I mean it's a small thing. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, we celebrate those things. There's nothing too small to be self celebrating. Because chances are your self talk is so critical. So pushy, so negative, so pressured, we've got some work to do. So cheer yourself on give yourself credit because honestly, you're crushing it. You were doing so much more than you're giving yourself credit. You're organizing playdates you're getting emails on a sent you're researching things and price shopping on Amazon versus target. You're you're creating a community around you, you're daring to, to stretch yourself and post on social media, you are doing things maybe you're you're waking up an hour to spend more time with God or you're you're spending your Sunday nights working on that book. That's been a dream that you've had in the back corner for 10 years at cornerback corner of your mind for 10 years. And you finally said you know what, this is the year, add a girl. I want you to watch yourself from the sidelines of the life as you take action as they look at me live my life. Look at me go. I was on a high on my run today. And I was like, I was gonna run seven miles. And I was like, You know what we're doing? We're doing, we're doing eight, we're doing eight and hence his great lift afterwards. And I five times is like I'm crushing it. Today, I'm

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crushing it, I feel so good. It took me 1000s of repetitions to make this be natural. I'll tell you. It's really nice to be in my brain. It's a fun time. And it's available to you too, because I promise you I probably was the most self critical, the most self pressured by the way, externally positive, happy person driven person, but the most self deprecating, self pressuring, self critical person ever. And if I can turn this around, if I can find healing, if I can change the language of my brain, so can you I'm passionate about it. You deserve a better experience of life, and it's available to you. And it's gonna start by doing these things, journaling, affirmations, talking, just being open to saying I'm gonna improve the quality of my conversations with myself, writing your wins, giving yourself added girls, I'll challenge you to 10 days of you doing 10 out of girls throughout the day. parenting your thoughts. Now there's two as before we close out, there's just a couple quick things I want to tell you one I want to highlight thank you so much for our review of the week. This is from Tori MB she says can't get enough. I absolutely love all of Trish messages. This podcast always leaves me feeling more confident and willing to keep going I can't get enough of her positive messages. And the very best part is that she's Christian aligned. And that helps me remain positive in my faith. Sorry, thank you for taking the time to write the review guys. Reviews are like gold to me. They mean so much. If this show has blessed you encouraged you or given you any life change that's positive, I ask that you, you write a review, because it helps us reach more people. It helps podcast algorithms know Hey, should we should we share the show. So every time you share the show, or you introduce it to a friend, your mom, your coworker, or you leave a review, it helps helps more people be encouraged. And it keeps me encouraged. So thank you for everyone who has done that in the past week. And anyone that's going to do it this week. I deeply thank you. The other thing. I have a self validation challenge. Since we're talking about self validation and self talk, I told you about the journaling bundle. So if you want to work on that, that that is a tool. It's critical. I made it so, so cheap, but it's a no brainer. I looked at the value of it. It's like 99% off. So again, the journaling mastery bundle that will teach you how to journal how to start making a skill and a habit in your life even if you only have two minutes a day. Journaling does not have to be time consuming. You can find out everything you need about the journaling mastery bundle bundle at Trish blackwell.com forward slash journal mastery bundle if you have journaling in the back, but you want to improve your self talk and you want to specifically improve that your ability to self validate. I have a seven day seven minute walk Self validation challenge also for $7. Okay, seven day, seven minutes a day, you commit that that's your commitment. For seven days, you say I'm going to work the skill of self validation of self encouragement of seeing the good of cheering myself on. You can get that bundle at Trish blackwell.com forward slash validate. Okay, for self validate. So again, journal mastery bundle. And then self validation challenge. It's a $7.07 day challenge. I just wanted to provide structure tools that are easy for you to implement. You will find the validation challenge at Trish blackwell.com forward slash validate. I hope you guys have an absolutely amazing rest of your week. I want to remind you, you may not know this, we have Season Two of the confident mom podcast out there if you're a mom, this is for you. So this season, our first episode was making mom Friends episode number two was international travel with kids Episode Three is being the mom you want to be. Episode Four is the comparative mom voice. I believe we just released episode four. And then Episode Five is going to be giving your kids confidence. If you are a mom, or you're wanting to be a mom or you want more insight of how I'm parenting as a mom as a confident mom, really committed to raising confident children. That podcast is going to be another favorite to add to your weekly list we're doing the season is gonna be 12 episodes long. If you love that show, do let me know, leave certain views because then if you if I get enough reviews, and enough positive feedback, we will have season three. So it's called the confident mama podcast. When you search in your podcast engines, you will see a super cute picture of me and my kids. I think I'm wearing a bright bright orange dress. We were in the south of France at the time. So it's a bright image you will see it if you look you will find I love you. Thank you so much for being part of this podcast family. I want to remind you today you're a world changer, and a difference maker. And every level of confidence that you scale. You're also scaling your courage and you're stepping into the full capacity of your calling. And I'm proud of you go out there today go be more of who you are. 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 you 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. In 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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