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Do you consider yourself to be a confident woman?

If you answered no to this question, NO WORRIES because confidence is a journey, and we can ALL gain more confidence along the way. Perhaps now is an opportunity to let go of any previous notions about what being confident means.

We don't become confident overnight; we work on the areas that need improvement and accept ourselves for who we are NOW, wherever that may be in your development process: whether you're just starting or have been at it a while! 

Confidence is the ultimate armor. It protects you from the inside out, and it allows others to see your best self through confidence-inducing qualities like kindness, empathy (emotional intelligence), gratitude, and positivity.

For a confident woman, life always seems to work out. Even when things are not going as planned, she remains positive and focuses on the future rather than dwelling on past failures.

A confident woman always remains optimistic in every situation no matter how challenging they may seem at first glance; this type of mindset has been proven time and time again as an attribute that attracts success - both personally & professionally!

Confidence is something that every woman should have. It's not conceit or arrogance, but an inner belief in yourself. You don't need to be loud and proud all the time; you can let your actions speak for themselves.

So just what makes a woman confident?

And how can you increase your level of confidence wherever you are on your journey?

Lucrative Landlording Mary Jo Whelan

In this report are ten key points that can help you build more confidence.

If you answered no to this question, NO WORRIES because confidence is a journey, and we can ALL gain more confidence along the way. Perhaps now is an opportunity to let go of any previous notions about what being confident means.

We don't become confident overnight; we work on the areas that need improvement and accept ourselves for who we are NOW, wherever that may be in your development process: whether you're just starting or have been at it a while!

Confidence is the ultimate armor. It protects you from the inside out, and it allows others to see your best self through confidence-inducing qualities like kindness, empathy (emotional intelligence), gratitude, and positivity.

For a confident woman, life always seems to work out. Even when things are not going as planned, she remains positive and focuses on the future rather than dwelling on past failures.

A confident woman always remains optimistic in every situation no matter how challenging they may seem at first glance; this type of mindset has been proven time and time again as an attribute that attracts success - both personally & professionally!

Confidence is something that every woman should have. It's not conceit or arrogance, but an inner belief in yourself. You don't need to be loud and proud all the time; you can let your actions speak for themselves.

So just what makes a woman confident? And how can you increase your level of confidence wherever you are on your journey?

Lucrative Landlording Mary Jo Whelan

In this report are ten key points that can help you build more confidence.

1. Know What You Want

  • It’s important to take time to decide on your goals.
  • Write these goals down on paper and list out the action steps. 
  • Read the goals every day. This will train your subconscious mind to start helping you achieve those goals.
  • Be ready to take action. Women who take action build confidence relatively faster.
  • It’s important to take time to decide on your goals.
  • Write these goals down on paper and list out the action steps. 
  • Read the goals every day. This will train your subconscious mind to start helping you achieve those goals.
  • Be ready to take action. Women who take action build confidence relatively faster.

2. Speak With Confidence And Conviction

  • Watch filler words such as, uh, um, and like.
  • Avoid words such as sometimes, usually, and probably. They can portray that you are not clear when you are speaking.
  • Know your topic and your audience. Be prepared to say that you “don’t know the answer”.
  • If you are shy start small; talk to people in store checkout lines, bank or post office. You won’t see them again so if you goof up who will really care? This will help you get over your awkwardness and each time you do this it will get easier and you will see improvement. 

3. Be Confident In Your Decisions 

  • Gather information on the subject at hand.
  • Identify alternatives.
  • Create a pro and con list. 
  • Trust your intuition. 
  • Gather information on the subject at hand.
  • Identify alternatives.
  • Create a pro and con list. 
  • Trust your intuition. 

4. Dress For Success

  • This may sound simple, but it works; a recent study showed that people who dress better have more confidence.
  • When we feel better on the outside it automatically helps us to feel better on the inside.
  • When you dress for success, people take you more seriously. 
  • An important step in making a good first impression is a clean and neat personal appearance.

“You only have one chance to make a first impression.”

-Stephanie Perkin

“You only have one chance to make a first impression.”

-Stephanie Perkin

  • This may sound simple, but it works; a recent study showed that people who dress better have more confidence.
  • When we feel better on the outside it automatically helps us to feel better on the inside.
  • When you dress for success, people take you more seriously. 
  • An important step in making a good first impression is a clean and neat personal appearance.

5. Take Care Of Yourself

  • You need to move to get the blood flowing. It is important to exercise. Find a routine that you enjoy.  Take a daily walk, jump rope, hula hoop (my favorite), anything that makes you feel good.
  • Eat well and drink lots of water. Try lemon water in the morning which offers so many benefits.
  • Get enough sleep.
  • Spend time outside.
  • You need to move to get the blood flowing. It is important to exercise. Find a routine that you enjoy.  Take a daily walk, jump rope, hula hoop (my favorite), anything that makes you feel good.
  • Eat well and drink lots of water. Try lemon water in the morning which offers so many benefits.
  • Get enough sleep.
  • Spend time outside.

6. Celebrate Your Success

  • Taking time to celebrate small wins primes you for believing that you can accomplish big wins just as easily.
  • Heightens one's drive and desire to reach even higher heights.
  • It will reinforce that same successful behavior for future challenges.
  • Taking time to celebrate small wins primes you for believing that you can accomplish big wins just as easily.
  • Heightens one's drive and desire to reach even higher heights.
  • It will reinforce that same successful behavior for future challenges.

7. Wonder Woman Power Stance
(do this in private to build confidence)

  • Stand tall with your chest out, feet apart, and your hands on your hips. Hold for two minutes.
  • Stand with your feet apart, chest out, and both arms stretched out as though your body is making an X,  hold for two minutes.
  • Power poses are known as the behavioral approach system, which increases our feelings of strength and decreases feelings of fear.
  • Increases your inner belief in yourself.
  • Stand tall with your chest out, feet apart, and your hands on your hips. Hold for two minutes.
  • Stand with your feet apart, chest out, and both arms stretched out as though your body is making an X,  hold for two minutes.
  • Power poses are known as the behavioral approach system, which increases our feelings of strength and decreases feelings of fear.
  • Increases your inner belief in yourself.

8. Be Aware of Your Body Language

  • The way you carry yourself tells your story.
  • When speaking make sure that you do not fidget and do make eye contact.
  • Be aware of touching your face and neck. This shows signs of feeling anxious or being nervous.
  • Stand up straight when walking with shoulders back and take large steps. 

9. Having a Great Attitude 

  • The brain has the potential to be 'trained and maintained.’
  • Taking care of our mental health can influence and increase our happiness.
  • SMILE. Even a fake smile can “trick” your brain into thinking you're happy and have a positive impact on your mood.
  • The brain has the potential to be 'trained and maintained.’
  • Taking care of our mental health can influence and increase our happiness.
  • SMILE. Even a fake smile can “trick” your brain into thinking you're happy and have a positive impact on your mood.

10. Know When to Say NO 

  • Saying no confidently is an important part of being assertive.
  • Saying no can help you feel empowered and more in control.
  • Try saying “Sorry, I’m already booked”, “Thank you for asking but I can’t fit that in”, “No thank you, but it sounds wonderful, maybe next time”.
  • Be true to yourself and determine when you need to say no.
  • Saying no confidently is an important part of being assertive.
  • Saying no can help you feel empowered and more in control.
  • Try saying “Sorry, I’m already booked”, “Thank you for asking but I can’t fit that in”, “No thank you, but it sounds wonderful, maybe next time”.
  • Be true to yourself and determine when you need to say no.

Confidence is one of the most powerful emotions that a woman can have.

In order to be confident, you have to believe in yourself. A confident woman knows herself and doesn't care about being perfect. She's happy to embrace all of her flaws, both big and small. 

It may not seem easy at the beginning, but over time if you practice and develop these ten steps you will be on your way to being a confident woman.

Remember to celebrate your accomplishments and lean into that confidence. Get ready to start today! I believe in you! 

In order to be confident, you have to believe in yourself. A confident woman knows herself and doesn't care about being perfect. She's happy to embrace all of her flaws, both big and small. 

It may not seem easy at the beginning, but over time if you practice and develop these ten steps you will be on your way to being a confident woman. Remember to celebrate your accomplishments and lean into that confidence. Get ready to start today! I believe in you! 

Keep Moving Forward⏩
I Believe In You!💖

“Experience tells you what to do; confidence allows you to do it.”

~Stan Smith

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Mary Jo Whelan is a leader in the field of residential property rentals. She owns and runs a property management and renovation company in Baltimore.

Mary Jo started with no money, college education, or job. From these humble beginnings, she has grown her company to manage over 100 rental properties and manage over 50 rental renovations a year.

She co-facilities a monthly landlording strategy meeting for a local REI group and is the past president of NAPRM, National Association of Residential Property Managers.

Mary Jo is also the founder of Lucrative Landlording for Women, an exclusive community for success-driven women landlords. Lucrative Landlording provides an elite coaching program, masterclasses, and networking events designed to help women landlords maximize their cash flow and keep high-quality renters.

Mary Jo is passionate about helping women landlords succeed in the field of landlording, secure their financial future, and create generational wealth.

In her spare time, she enjoys practicing techniques for furniture painting, gardening, and traveling. And yes, just for fun, she actually jumped out of a perfectly good plane.

Mary Jo Whelan is a leader in the field of residential property rentals. She owns and runs a property management and renovation company in Baltimore.

Mary Jo started with no money, college education, or job. From these humble beginnings, she has grown her company to manage over 100 rental properties and manage over 50 rental renovations a year.

She co-facilities a monthly landlording strategy meeting for a local REI group and is the past president of NAPRM, National Association of Residential Property Managers.

Mary Jo is also the founder of Lucrative Landlording for Women, an exclusive community for success-driven women landlords. Lucrative Landlording provides an elite coaching program, masterclasses, and networking events designed to help women landlords maximize their cash flow and keep high-quality renters.

Mary Jo is passionate about helping women landlords succeed in the field of landlording, secure their financial future, and create generational wealth.

In her spare time, she enjoys practicing techniques for furniture painting, gardening, and traveling. And yes, just for fun, she actually jumped out of a perfectly good plane.

Mary Jo Whelan is a leader in the field of residential property rentals. She owns and runs a property management and renovation company in Baltimore.

Mary Jo started with no money, college education, or job. From these humble beginnings, she has grown her company to manage over 100 rental properties and manage over 50 rental renovations a year.

She co-facilities a monthly landlording strategy meeting for a local REI group and is the past president of NAPRM, National Association of Residential Property Managers.

Mary Jo is also the founder of Lucrative Landlording for Women, an exclusive community for success-driven women landlords. Lucrative Landlording provides an elite coaching program, masterclasses, and networking events designed to help women landlords maximize their cash flow and keep high-quality renters.

Mary Jo is passionate about helping women landlords succeed in the field of landlording, secure their financial future, and create generational wealth.

In her spare time, she enjoys practicing techniques for furniture painting, gardening, and traveling. And yes, just for fun, she actually jumped out of a perfectly good plane.


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