In the past, exemplifying confidence in your career and the workplace focused primarily on the relationships you had with your co-workers, employers and customers. Holding your head up high, speaking clearly, and standing up for yourself and your ideas were some of the most important measures of confidence in the workplace. While this still stands true, in today’s world where everything you say and do has the potential of showing up online, the idea of confidence takes on a whole new meaning.
So you’ve finished writing your business book, and now you’re ready to self-publish or find a publisher.
But are you really?
If a business owner is confident about the worth of her product or service (translation: price to the client), and she is confident about her performance goals for the year (translation: I am in business to make sales, pay my vendors, my employees and me, and make a profit), then her selling process will be less fearful and so much easier because she has an advantage in client negotiations.
Georgia Zachary has recently honored Connected Women of Influence with her presence as our keynote speaker, featured cover story in Women Lead Magazine and our Leading Lady on Women Lead Radio. The Huffington Post has noticed her leadership qualities too!
There is a lot of confusion in the workplace these days about how to stay healthy at work, especially with all the extensive advertisements for sit-stand workstations.