Time for your Confidence Checkup!
Please score each item below with a number from 1 to 10 based on how true it is for you. Assigning a score of 1 means this statement is not true at all. Assigning a score of 10 means it is completely true.
Do not skip any of the questions.
I know what brings me joy.
I take time every day to intentionally surround myself with people, things, and places that bring me joy.
I live a meaningful and fulfilling life, aligned with my own values and priorities.
I take responsibility for getting what I want and need, rather than waiting for others to offer it to me or do it for me.
I can easily list 5 of my core strengths.
I know how to play to my strengths in any situation (rather than try to improve my weaknesses)
I often feel proud of who I am and the unique gifts I bring to the world.
My life is balanced and whole.
I make sure that I live and work in a positive and healthy environment.
In general, I consider myself to be a positive person, and I easily see the good in all situations.
I spend more time thinking about my strengths, achievements, and positive experiences than I spend thinking about my mistakes, faults, and negative experiences.
I laugh every day.
I get at least 7 hours of sleep every night.
I know how to listen to my body and I fully trust my intuition.
I regularly make time for relaxing and re-energizing.
I know what food is right for my body, and I honor the dietary protocols that nourish me.
I exercise at least three times a week.
I am financially aware, accountable, and responsible.
I am intimately aware of all the value I bring to the lives of my friends and family.
I am comfortable with the way I look, and I feel gratitude and appreciation for my body.
I feel worthy of making good money.
I feel worthy of having a fulfilling career.
I feel worthy of having an amazing relationship.
I feel worthy of having incredible friendships.
I know how to handle mistakes with ease and grace.
I don’t let myself get paralyzed by fear; I can feel the doubt without it being debilitating.
Whenever I make a mistake, I look at it as an exciting opportunity to grow and learn.
I know that my inner critic is usually not correct.
I know how to challenge my inner critic and develop positive beliefs about myself and my life.
I know how to “own my shadow;” I can acknowledge my faults/areas of growth without hating myself for them.
I am comfortable delegating and asking for help.
When difficult problems or challenge arrive, I allow myself to feel sad or angry without getting consumed by negativity.
I seek approval from my soul before seeking approval from others.
I regularly take time to socialize with people who are good for me.
I create strong boundaries with people who are not good for me.
I believe that the universe has my back, and intentionally look for everyday miracles.
I pursue my dreams and desires with a balance of fervor and flexibility.
No matter where I go, I feel safe and relaxed just being myself.
I regularly allow myself to be playful and silly (without the need for alcohol).
I fully believe in my ability to achieve my goals.