Confidence

How to Go From Incredibly Shy to Insanely Confident So Your Business Can Thrive

Embody intrinsic confidence and spark new levels of growth in your company.

Simon Lovell

Why You Have to Bet On Yourself

Failure is tough no matter what. But a person with confidence can take it in stride.

Aytekin Tank

How to Project Confidence as an Entrepreneur

In your personal brand, in meetings with clients, in pitches to investors and even when talking to your team, you'll need to learn how to project confidence if you're going to succeed. But how exactly can you do it?  

Timothy Carter

How to Be More Confident

Entrepreneurs need confidence to lead and inspire. Here are some mental hacks that'll boost your confidence and generate greater success.

John Boitnott

This Founder Thought He'd Discovered a Valuable Moon Rock. The Object Was Actually Worthless, But It Still Brought Him Immense Success.

For entrepreneur Eric Lapp, founder of The Raleigh House, a cheap piece of iron slag was the key to his company's successful launch.

5 Myths About 'Limiting Beliefs' That Keep Entrepreneurs Stuck

Look inward to face your own mental blocks and get unstuck.

Relinde Moors

Dear Brit: 'Self-Doubt Is Eating Me Up. What Tools Can I Use to Boost My Confidence?'

In her advice column for 'Entrepreneur,' Brit Morin talks about how she keeps her self-esteem afloat (bring on the vision boards), and the top habits she credits for her success.

Brit Morin

How to Cultivate Confidence as a Leader

Some of the most confident people you've met aren't naturally confident. They're either faking it or they've trained themselves to be more confident. Or both.

Timothy Carter

Want to Grow Your Business? Grow Your Charisma.

Every entrepreneur needs charisma. Here are three ways to get it.

Aytekin Tank

Using the Power of Self-Belief to Create Success

Belief in your destiny will fizzle and fade without a clear idea of the stage on which your success will be played out.

Richard Koch

Be Firm In Your Zone of Genius

Work with the right-fit clients who accept you as the expert.

You're Not Actually Bad at Sales: 3 Ways to Gain More Confidence

What's missing from your strategy isn't some learned technique.

JC Hite