25 Feb RT 108 | Jordan Harbinger – The Skill of Confidence
Jordan Harbinger is this week’s podcast guest.
Jordan is the co-founder of “The Art of Charm” podcast and is an expert in the skill of confidence.
Mindset is everything.
In this interview, you’ll learn why confidence is central to our success and you’ll learn how to build the skill quickly or take your confidence to an even higher level (without being perceived as arrogant).
Here’s some of what you’ll learn about this week:
- Why confidence is important in everything
- What we need BEFORE confidence
- How confidence is misunderstood
- Why this topic goes way deeper than what we think
- What “The Art of Charm” is really about
- Why mental training is essential
- How Jordan approaches his training
- The problem with “willpower”
- How much emphasis he puts into “strength”
- How we can “assess” our confidence?
- What causes a “lack of confidence”
- How to instantly develop confidence (specific actionable advice)
- How these techniques transfer to all areas in our life
- How Jordan continues to get better
- Learn how to attack your fears
- A “mindset hack” to overcome anxiety
- Understand how to develop “situational confidence”
- And much more…
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