Have you ever met someone whose presence enabled you to feel immediately comfortable? If asked what it was about them that made you feel that way, you might say, “They were just so pleasant,” or, “She was really friendly,” or, “He seemed very comfortable in his own skin.”
While some people seem to have natural self-assurance, not everybody is born with the same level of confidence or self-acceptance. Some people struggle with self-love and acceptance…and that insecurity often shows, and can be off-putting if clients pick up on it.
The good new is that, like many other things in life, confidence can be increased and developed with consistent effort. Follow these steps to build your confidence, exude more positive energy, and help put your clients at ease.
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“People naturally are attracted to those who have confidence. Confidence doesn’t mean being boastful, either. It means having the courage of your convictions to do what you think is right, being positive things will work out, and handling challenges head on. When you are confident, you also win people over to your side and get them to believe in your vision, which is crucial in building up your spa or massage practice.”