Can we talk about off days? Like, not necessarily “bad days,” but just off days? Do you ever have them? You feel like you’re in a funk that you can’t shake and you can’t quite identify, and you feel sort of disconnected from life. You go through the motions of your to do list for the day, but you find yourself looking forward to the weekend? You’re a confident person, but your confidence feels “off” and like you aren’t showing up as yourself. You feel awkward and not yourself, but you aren’t sure what to do about it. This episode will teach you exactly what to do when you feel like you’ve lost your confidence or you feel like you’re in a funk.

In this episode of The Confidence Podcast we’re talking about:

  • Confidence funks and losing your confidence
  • What to do when you feel “off” and not yourself or socially awkward
  • Rebalancing yourself after you feel “off”
  • Releasing the weight off your shoulders 
  • Emotional purges to reset your confident mindset 

WHEN YOU FEEL “OFF” 

One, it’s okay.

Two, slow down and evaluate what emotion you are feeling.

Three, identify the thoughts that are creating that emotion.

Four, be curious about why you’re thinking those thoughts.

Five, talk back to the thoughts.

Six, pattern disrupt.

Seven, ask yourself what your future self would do.

Eight, do that.

GET CURIOUS:

What are the things that make you feel off?

Is it a lack of sleep?

Does the day feel like an uphill battle?

Have you fallen into the sinking pit of compare and despair?

Are you overwhelmed by the weight of the world or something big happening?

Are you anticipating what people might be thinking?

REMEMBER:

Everyone is awkward.

Everyone has off days.

Not everyone is paying attention or notices.

(Example of me being awkward with the doctor) – she didn’t know, just because I was more reserved or slightly awkward doesn’t mean that I wasn’t confident.

You don’t have to be confident all the time to be confident.

Confidence is a mindset.

It is a choice.

It is intentionally practiced and strengthened. 

I am a happy person. I am a joyful person.

But it would be unrealistic for me to be happy all the time.

The full range of emotions allows us to lean more intentionally into the emotions we do want to practice.

Emotions are contagious.

Be aware of the emotions of those around you.

(This is why community matters – if you want a confident-infused community, join us in the COC).

EMOTIONAL POWER

Emotional release.

-Let yourself feel and release.

Do it through tears. Movement. Screaming. Dancing. Writing.

Experiment and learn what works for you. Allow the vibrations to pass through.

Emotional ownership.

-Take ownership of your feelings

Identify and have mastery over your emotional language, and remember that your emotions are indicators, not dictators – no need to be afraid of them, rather a need to have them sit in the passenger seat instead of the driver seat. 

Emotional maturity. 

-Your emotions can be questioned and parented.

You don’t blame your poor actions on your emotional state. I couldn’t help it, I was angry. I didn’t do it, I just wasn’t feeling like it. 

Emotional intentional creation.

-Know how to generate the emotions you want and decide what emotional state you want to operate in that day.

First thought / Last thought. Setting the emotional state. Knowing what type of core emotions you want to have as your primary anchors in life. Thoughts create emotions. 

OTHER EPISODES TO LISTEN TO:

Emotional Hygiene Habits for Heightened Success

Emotional Intelligence

Why Emotional Eating Happens and How to Stop It

Tips for Social Awkwardness So You Can Be Yourself

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Have you ever feel like you've lost your confidence? It might be for an event, it might be for a day for a season, or for years. There's good news. It's okay to feel off sometimes, as someone who studies and practices confidence for a living as for over a decade, I have off days too.

Unknown Speaker 0:24

Can we talk about those off days?

Speaker 1 0:26

Like, they're not necessarily bad days, but they're just off your have them? Do you feel like you're in a funk that you can't shake, but you can't quite identify? When someone asks you what's wrong, you can't really answer. You know, you feel a little disconnected from life and from feeling like who you are. So you go through the motions of your day, but you find yourself looking forward to the end of the day. In this episode of the competence podcast, we're going to talk about doubt dips, confidence lapses, feeling off and what to do when you feel in a funk. But you need your confidence muscles to be on point. Buckle up, it's going to be a great episode. Let's dive in and get some coaching done. 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 confidence. 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.

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Let's go. Hey,

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friend, my name is Trish Blackwell. I'm your confidence coach, and I'm so happy to be spending time with you today. Listen, there are millions of podcasts you can listen to. And I believe you're here for a reason I take your time. really seriously. I'm always prayerfully preparing to give you some power punches in a short amount of time with this podcast. So that every Tuesday you know you're gonna get that pep in your step, you're gonna get that motivational reminder of how powerful your brain is, of how capable you are to do big and great things with your life and in this world and how God created you on purpose and with a purpose, and that you're walking it out more and more every day. So welcome to the competence podcast, maybe you have listened to absolutely every single episode or you're a brand new listener. However you find yourself here today. I'm glad you're here. We're talking today about when your confidence is off. And I want to reassure you, this is normal. In my coaching program, the college competence, one of the things I do is I very often normalize some of the highs and lows of our brains and our emotions that that I think so many of us find ourselves judging ourselves for we say, well, I shouldn't be struggling with this anymore. I shouldn't doubt myself anymore, y'all what's we're human, and we have so much vying for our attention. We are stretched so incredibly thin. Let's give ourselves some grace. It is absolutely part of the human experience to have emotional highs and lows. And if you think about this confidence is an emotion. I coach and teach that is a thought as well. And we can also act with competence. But for the concept that I'm coaching on today, it's simply an emotion and emotion as Lisa Turkers says, is an indicator not a dictator. And an emotion comes from our thoughts. And it is not problematic to feel an emotion. Just because you feel an emotion doubt it does not make you that emotion. Let's take it a further step. Just because you feel anxious doesn't mean you are anxious. I it's really important that we get dialed in on our words. Because when I say I am anxious now that is who I am. You see how all of a sudden anxiety becomes bigger than it actually is? I'm not this by the way. I struggled with anxiety for decades. And so this was a really important separation for me to start to make so that I could start talking back to my anxiety and finding healing and peace and freedom from it. But you've got to be careful saying I am your I Am statements are so critical. I am anxious. No I'm okay with anxiety. I am feeling anxious right now. Very different experience. Now you're separated from the anxiety now you are not the anxiety. Now the anxiety can be felt and passed through you. Now you're not defining and identifying with anxiety. The anxiety is something you're experiencing something you're feeling it Something that you're allowed to pass in the same goes for when your confidence feels off. So, I'm feeling off today. Now I'm off today I am experiencing some self doubt. All right, I feel some self doubt not I have self doubt, we've got to be careful with that I have an R I am statement. So in today's episode we're going to talk about is it possible to lose your confidence what to do when you feel off and not yourself or even socially awkward? How to rebalance yourself, when you do feel off, I'm going to help you release some of the weight off of your shoulders. And we're going to talk about some emotional purchase to reset your confident mindset. So our listener of the week is who brought us this topic suggestion. And we're going to call her L. L reached out to me on Instagram. And she said this, Hey, Trish, I just started listening to your podcast yesterday and absolutely love it. I've been going through a confidence slump for just about my entire junior year in college, which is very, very unlikely. But for some reason, I became socially anxious whenever I meet new people, or introduce myself to new things. I'm reaching out for a possible podcast idea. As I said, I really just started listening. So maybe you've already done this. But you talk a lot about confidence and how to get there with tactics and practice that you can do every day. I would like to hear more about the off days about making sure it's okay to cry to rebalance yourself. I have had a lot of weight and stress on my shoulders from everything I'm involved in at school. And so I'm able to maintain that confidence in that aspect. But sometimes it just gets the best of me and I need to cry. I think the reassurance from you, or to hear that this happens from others would be beneficial. I can't wait to hear more of your podcasts. So a couple of things guys on Instagram, if you want to connect with me, I'm Trish underscore Blackwell. I'm calling her L by the way, when unless you give me overt or outright permission. And you share something personal not always going to change your name. So heads up on that. So we're calling her Elsa what l said. And it really resonated with me. And so l first off, thank you for being a new listener, taking the time to reach out. And, and honestly, pointing out something I really do want to give space to, it's okay to feel off. I told this to my daughter yesterday, I said, Hey, Ellie, it's okay to not be okay. And that's a really freeing thing because especially as someone you are, if you're listening to this podcast, you're ambitious, you have a desire to do good in the world. You want to be a positive light. And there's also some pressure that comes with it. I'm supposed to be happy all the time, I need to be the confident one. It's not okay to have the self doubt. Like, we want to normalize that it's okay to not be okay. It's okay to have seasons of grieving. And I'm going to give some podcast recommendations at the end of our episode. On some other episodes I've done specifically on on feeling your emotions, processing your emotions, allowing seasons of grieving, and also not thinking that the world is going to fall apart if you have an off day. So this is why we're coaching on this. I love this, this question. And I want to tell you guys, I have off days all the time. Like all the time. And because I've done the the daily practical work, and I'm doing the I'm walking out what I talk about I walk the talk. And because of that and the 1000s and 1000s of repetitions of it. When I feel off, I'm now able to separate myself from how I feel very much how we talked about just in the beginning of this this episode about just because I feel anxious doesn't mean I am anxious, then you're gonna be going Trish semantics. It's not semantic, these this is important the difference. Because what I need to do is I need to separate myself from my emotions sometimes to be able to look at that emotion and talk to it to remind myself that my emotions don't have authority over me. I have authority over them. I'm not negating them. I'm not doing toxic positivity and saying it's all good. I'm actually having a conversation with my emotions and saying, Gosh, you feel sad today. Yeah, it makes sense. There's a lot of bad things happening. A lot of sad things happening in the world. You're you're feeling overwhelmed with Gosh, human trafficking and how prevalent and just the overwhelm of hurtful painful things. It's very easy to get sucked into that. And I don't want to diminish that that is why we're called to do good in the world. The world needs light the world needs us to be active and confident and courageous and, and doers and speakers of advocating for for what is right and for who needs help and for those who have no voice all of that. But in order to have that passion. You're also gonna have to experience the opposite side. To bid, but also speaking to what our listener requested is, hey, I'm doing and by the way, in college, you're in your junior year, it sounds like you're like you're crushing it, and there's going to be exhaustion that comes in. And this is where that's self validating voice is so, so critical, the self Alleghany voice, and I am in the shownotes, there's a link, I have a $7 self validating, challenge, it's a self talk challenge to learn. It's a seven day $7. I mean, it's a no brainer. If you want to learn how to start having a positive self validating voice, you can get that in the in the shownotes. The link is right there. And so when you learn how to self validate, you will be able to say, It's okay that you feel off, hey, I acknowledge the emotion I'm feeling down. Or I'm feeling disengaged. I noticed this happens to me when I go, you know, nothing matters, you guys. I'm a one person who's like, everything matters. It's so important. The details are everything, every like, I get very, very connected to small details. And I know that I'm I've gone past my capacity, or when I need more margin and I need to recover and recharge myself is when I start going. Doesn't really matter. I know myself well enough to know when I start emotionally disengaging or feeling I'll be really transparent with you. When I hear that voice, it's almost like it whispers to me, it goes, What's the point? Nothing matters. I go, Whoa, my alarms go off and I go, Okay, we need a little time, let me just go live life a little bit. And that is when I'll turn my phone off or put it on Wi Fi.

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And I will disconnect you won't see me post a story. You won't see me posting even if I was supposed to be posting stuff online for my business, I will not. I just give myself permission to live life to go walk barefoot in the grass to play with my puppy. And it's so when I'm off I go I need to recharge. And so they're the more you start learning how you who you are spending time with yourself and learning because remember, the five pillars of confidence are know who you are, know what you want. Know how to think know why you matter and know that your future is better than your past or your future can be great. So we this this whole pillar of knowing who you are, is a process you've got to just like any friendship, you've got to spend time with yourself. You got to get to know yourself. And so that's part of the process. So when you feel off if you know who you are, you're able to have compassion go Hey, babe, it's good. In the same way you would say to a friend who's like I'm just in a funk today. In fact, I saw this lived out very well. I had to pick my son up from elementary school yesterday for a dental appointment. And when you pick your kid up from school you sit in the office and I saw one of the admin ladies talking to the other and the one girl was just you could just tell her body language is down you could tell she was off. And I heard the one say hey, that's good. Hey, why don't you just go we're all good in here. We don't need you. Good. Go take a walk around the building go get some fresh air and the person receiving the message that Are you sure she goes yeah, you just got to just go get some fresh air. That is the same thing we need to do to ourselves because you would say to another friend if they're feeling off if they're feeling down if they're feeling you know gosh, I'm really just want to get through the week you will be like hey, listen one. It's okay. So when you feel off one, it's okay. It's okay to know that it's you're not feeling 100% yourself to slow down. I want you to slow down and actually evaluate what emotion are you feeling? And so ask yourself that what am I feeling here? Am I feeling dread? Am I feeling anxiety? Am I feeling disconnection? Am I feeling exhaustion? Am I feeling self criticism and disappointment? Both figure out what is it that makes you feel my feeling shame? Three to one acknowledges okay to identify what emotion you're feeling. Three. Now we identify the thoughts that are creating that emotion. Because our thoughts create our emotions for being curious about why you're thinking those thoughts. Five, talk back to those thoughts. And the reason we don't we have that fifth step there for you. And these steps are all in the show notes on my website. You can get those show notes at Trish blackwell.com forward slash 597. Because I want you to know that we when we have to go Why am I what is the thought that I'm thinking? Why am I thinking that thought and then talk back to the thought. And what we're doing is step six, it's a pattern disruption. You're stopping your pattern of what you're thinking and you're able to go whoa, whoa, whoa, let me change this thought. I'm going to introduce a new thought because I'm I'm out now having a conversation with myself and are telling myself it's okay to feel this way. But also, this feeling is clouding your judgment right now. You're fine, we're good. Let's tiptoe in this. Let's be kind and gentle. But you can still show up or I'm going to speak. This is the context and example I'm giving based on ELS present presentation that sometimes this comes up when she's in meeting new people, and I'll walk through what that looks like here. So, after we've had our disrupt, we talked about our thoughts. And seven, you're gonna ask yourself, what would your future self do? You know, we talk a lot in the college confidence and in my coaching about the 1.0, you versus the 2.0. You and that's what we're doing here, you're gonna go my 2.0 me is my future self, this ideal self, this person I've decided on becoming, what would my future self do? And the eighth step is you do that. So let's go. And so l had mentioned that she is struggling with some social anxiety when she meets new people. And one, do you feel off and listen, it's okay. It's okay. Slow down, evaluate what emotion you're feeling? What's the thought that you're creating? What? What's the thought that's creating that emotion? Why am I thinking that? Talk back to that thought pattern, disrupt? And then ask yourself what the most competent version of me do what is the future self may do here? And then you do that. So let's say you're meeting new person. And you know what you asked me for real life examples in my life. I felt this the other day, yesterday, I went to see an orthopedic. I kind of messed up my shoulder snowboarding, that's a whole another conversation. But I went in to the doctor's office. And I thought the doctor was cool. I was like, cool, she's cool. And I really liked her. I'm

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glad I got this doctor. But then I felt awkward.

Speaker 1 16:49

I felt awkward. I started thinking about what I was saying going, Oh, she's she's judging you or she doesn't like you or she thinks your outfits. It's guys, if we're really honest about all the random thoughts that are coming. While these are all happening, the amount of thoughts that you can think in one minute is extraordinary. You have to conceptualize here in 24 hours, you typically have between 60 and 80,000 thoughts. So as you're in this one minute moment, going, Gosh, I feel awkward. You might have 15 thoughts supporting that. And so I identified the emotion I was feeling I felt awkward. And then identify the thoughts that are creating the emotion. I was thinking, I hope she thinks I'm, I hope she thinks I'm fit. I hope she thinks I'm about her same age. I hope she thinks I'm cool. I hope we can be friends. What guys, I'm almost embarrassed to tell you that. But that's let's be honest. That's what was happening. Because this doctor kept saying You look familiar. And we and I was like, Oh, I don't know. So I got curious about why I was thinking those thoughts identified. I was feeling awkward. And then I was had the thoughts and my thoughts. Actually, I had some layers of judgment. I was feeling awkward, because I was like, I would like that. I wish this girl was my neighbor. She's cool. Right? I could see you as being friends. So that's like one of those things. You know, when you meet somebody, you're like, I couldn't really see us being friends. It's too bad. We don't really like have an overlap. But like, I really enjoy you. I'm glad to have you as a doctor. And then my thought was like, well, you're so nerdy Trish. And that had another thought that was like, she probably doesn't want to be your friend. Okay, cuz seriously, and then my next thought was, you're an expert in competence. This is ridiculous. And then my thought was, well, maybe you're coming off insecure. And then my next thought was maybe you're coming off too competent. And she doesn't like you, y'all all of this in 20 seconds, subconscious thoughts happening. So I got curious, and I went, and once I identified that, and I was like, Oh, why am I thinking this, and I just was I gave myself permission to say, because you met somebody that you think would be fun. That's it. Nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with the little girl inside of you, who was still in first grade, and says I hope she's cool. I hope she wants to be my friend. It sounds really ridiculous as an adult, but these are the we're still the same. It's a natural human desire to want to connect to want to have community. And when I gave myself permission to go Trish, you just craving local community. That's all this is. This is not nerdy, this is not desperate. Then I was able to very briefly talk back to this thought and go relax. This doctor actually like put a clipboard down and said, I'm gonna figure out why I know you. Seriously. I was able to because I was able to relax. Y'all anybody seeing this would be like, Trisha, you, you were totally confident no one would have known. This is the thing. All of this goes on the back of our heads, especially if you're high achiever. We know how to put up the front. But there's a lot going behind the scenes. And then I asked myself, What would my future self do? And I would just get I decided I did that I would just engage and trust if she's still talking to you. She enjoys you too. And here's the cool thing turns out we go to the same church, so she did recognize me. And now we're working on figuring out a plan to hang out, we will actually have an opportunity to, to have community and so but let's, let's acknowledge that the, that the desire for community, the desire for connection when you're when you're overcoming social anxiety, it's human, it's good. Don't judge yourself for it. So that's how when you feel off socially, that's how you would play through that. That's why I wanted to offer the Why am I being curious? When you can tap into curiosity, you can then have compassion for yourself to be like, Oh, this is why you're feeling off. Or that you write. By the way, when you feel off and you think you're not showing up? Well, chances are no one else can tell. So like I told you in that scenario, I was feeling off. But if if you take me Trish at the full capacity of like, total confidence, and like super extraversion, and that's like a 100, I probably was at an 85. But I in my brain I was at at 25. Right? So get curious, what are the things that do make you feel off? Is it a lack of sleep? Is it someone who's who's who intimidate you based on their profession? Or based on their hairstyle or? Or based on? Maybe their expertise? Does it is it is it on the days when you have too much scheduled in the day feels like an uphill battle? Is it when you fallen into that sinking pit of compare and despair from social media? Or like literally, the grass is greener on the other side of the fence when you're looking at your neighbor, their car, their boyfriend, their cute dog, their perfect marriage, their their trips that they're taking all the time? Maybe you're overwhelmed by the weight of the world or something big happening? And you guys, that's going to happen in life. Right? I mentioned that last week on at the end of last week's podcast episode. My in our community, we've walked through tragedy. And I'm wrestling with wise right. Now maybe you're anticipating what people might be thinking, but it's really important to start asking yourself, Why do I feel off? Now remember this, everyone is awkward in their own way. Everyone has off days. And this is the great news. No one is actually paying attention. No one No one notices. No one cares. No one knows. And I think it's interesting when you are off what is it that you do when you feel a certain way? Remember your thoughts create your emotions, your emotions, create your actions. So if you feel off or awkward or disconnected, I want you to get curious and ask yourself when I feel this way, how do I act? I can tell you what I do. I act more reserved. And that's not me. Which is why then I judge myself because I'm like, Oh no, now you're being really reserved. And that's not you. And, and so, but they'll just notice it and just be like, okay, so cool. So that's a sign that I sometimes feel reserved. This is really important for you to know, you don't have to be confident all the time to be confident. Competence is a mindset, it's a choice. It's intentionally practiced and strengthened. If confidence is an emotion and we know we can't have one emotion all the time. It would be impossible to have that one emotion all the time. I'm a joyful person. Joy is part of me, I have it. I have joy, the French word for joy tattooed on me geography. Joy is really really important. I want to walk in joy. My affirmations are often associated and affiliated around joy, living my life with joy having abundant overflowing joy.

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Last week I was grieving.

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Last week, I was grieving the loss of our of a six year old and a three year old from a fire of people in a family in our church. I was grieving I still am. I'm there last week, I was devastated by some of the things that I've heard of tragedies happening in the world. And yet last week, I was still a joyful person. I still had joy. Now I still had joy at the same time that I was grieving. And those same worries, same, same concept. You can have confidence and still in a moment, be struggling with self doubt and struggling to talk back to it or fighting the awesomeness that you feel. And this is why this is actually the process I teach in the self doubt detox that links in the bio as well. You can find that at I also Trish blackwell.com forward slash self doubt detox but that's a five day program that teaches you how to talk back to your thoughts if you're not ready for the college confidence. That's a great first step but I wanted to really emphasize that you don't have to feel confident to be confident. I don't have to feel joyful to be joyful because at the core of who I am the primary emotion that I'm choosing is confidence is joy. And in that there are going to be dips of that. It's a roller coaster, there's a dip and it will come up. It's I'm a happy person, it would be unrealistic for me to be happy all the time, because the full range of emotions allows us to lean more intentionally into the emotions that we do want to practice. Now, the other thing that's important to highlight here is that emotions are contagious. Be aware of the emotions around you. And this is why community matters. So if you want a confident infused community, come and join us in the COC, the link is in the bio. Going to talk very, very, very briefly. And we're probably gonna go deeper into another episode on this unemotional power that there's three, four components, I wanted to give you two takeaways. And we'll close after this, your emotional power that you're going to get when you're feeling off, you're feeling off, you've don't feel very powerful. And I want you to be able to say to yourself, even if I feel off today, I still have power. And so there's an emotional release. There's emotional ownership, there's emotional maturity, and there's emotional, intentional creation. And as I'm seeing my, my, my concepts here, we'll do a whole episode on these. So I'm going to briefly just say, let yourself feel and release. You have to feel your emotions, we've got to process them. The next step is emotional ownership take ownership of what you're feeling. And it's it's learning how to have mastery over and curiosity of what exactly am I feeling and why. And that to not judge yourself for it or to think that that's a reflection of you, not being strong enough, not being confident enough, not being tough enough, not having enough grit, none of that, no. And then emotional maturity is knowing that your emotions can be questioned and parented. And then intentional emotional creation is knowing how to generate the next emotion that you want, so that you can start deciding what emotional state you want to operate in that day. I'm definitely going to do an entire episode on those four points that will be coming up in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, of other episodes for you to listen to if this, this conversation today as inspired you is mean these are some throwback so get ready. You're gonna want to write these down. I will have these in the show notes on my website. So the first one is episode 203. Y'all. I don't even know what year that was. That was 300 Almost 400 episodes ago. Who you want to hear Trish eight years ago. This is a good one. But look, it's core. I still believe that it's a good episode. And it's just emotional intelligence. So it's episode 203 emotional intelligence. The next one is episode 227. This one I love emotional hygiene habits for heightened success. Episode 286, why emotional eating happens and how to stop it. You see when I used to feel off when I felt weird or disconnected or I was often in for me, the height of my emotional eating was really in college when I felt pressure and exhaustion and I felt off and I was doing too much. And then I also felt not enough. Emotional Eating is what I the action I took for comfort, self comfort, and then it got me in a very sticky self sabotage cycle. And so that episode breaks it down very transparently of how to find freedom from it. So that's episode 286. And the final one I want to offer to you to listen to you this week is tips for social awkwardness. I've got a whole episode is episode 448 tips for social awkwardness so you can be yourself. Okay, so 448 so here the episodes are 203 to 27 286 448. You don't need to remember them. They're all in the show notes on your podcast app, when the full show notes are on my website, Trish blackwell.com forward slash 597. Y'all, I can't believe we're almost at episode 600. We're going to be doing some really exciting fun things to celebrate at episode 600. So make sure you're following the show. Please, please, please, if this episode or any of my episodes have helped you feel more confident have improved your life. My ask of you is this. Share the show with two friends this week. Just press forward. Send them a text say Hey, this is a podcast that's going to that's worth adding to your podcasts if especially send it to your podcast friends, friends that you know that listen to podcasts. So thank you in advance for that that helps me serve more people. And that's what I'm here to do. Go out there today. 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 a 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. 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