Confidence Infographic: 10 Savvy Ways to Be More Confident

We hope you love this new Confidence Infographic to share with your audience—or simply to give you powerful ideas for working with your clients.

PLEASE NOTE: This confidence infographic was inspired by this article with 27 questions to boost confidence written by guest author Delaney Tosh.

NOTE: Want to share JUST this confidence infographic (and not the whole article)? Right-click (or Ctrl+Click on a Mac) to save the full-size infographic below to your device, then simply share the saved infographic direct from your device!

Confidence Infographic with 10 Savvy Ways to be More Confident:

Stripey Confidence Infographic - with 10 Ways to be more Confident

One of my favourite tips is: 7. Love learning and be open to change: A growth mindset is essential to confidence, so be open to learning and change in all areas of your life! And remember that mastery is more important than perfection. 

Tips to Share this Confidence Infographic on your Social Media:

  1. EASY: Share this confidence graphic and say something like, "Here are some helpful tips on boosting your confidence. Which of these tips do YOU think would help you most - and why?"
  2. MEDIUM: Share the confidence infographic and expand on your favourite tip, saying specifically how you work with your clients, and specifically how you would help them!
  3. CHALLENGE: Write a few sentences about each idea, sharing more about it - and why it works. Be sure to give your potential clients an insight into coaching! Then share the tips daily to inspire fans to hire you - or turn into a blog post!

Love this? Want your own *Brandable* infographics to use on your Blog and on Social Media? Get your own ready-to-go brandable graphics here.

What is your favourite confidence tip? Do you have one we haven't included in the confidence infographic above? We'd love for you to comment below.

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PS. You might also like this "beautiful" Confidence Infographic from sister company Fierce Kindness!

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Contributing Author:

Emma-Louise Elsey has been coaching since 2003 and is the Founder of The Coaching Tools Company and Fierce She's passionate about coaching and personal development. Originally a project and relationship manager for Fortune 500 companies she combined her love of coaching, creativity and systems to create over 100 brandable coaching tools, forms and exercises including 30+ completely free coaching tools. She now serves coaches and the coaching world through her exclusive newsletter for coaches, Coaches Helping Coaches Facebook Group and many other great tools for coaches, plus resources and ideas for your coaching toolbox. The Coaching Tools Company is an official ICF Business Solutions Partner.

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  1. Steve Playford

    This is a really useful guide and will be useful to give pointers to clients.
    I also really like the graphics!

  2. Amy

    Hi. Some great tips. I'd like to share this with my clients as a handout with expanded ideas on my website. I have a "welcome packet" page with a variety of exercises and such and would love to include this one. You mentioned social media sharing, but can I alter this and put it on my site? Or am I required to purchase a copy for that purpose? Thanks...

    • mturcott

      Hi Amy, we're so glad you like the infographic! At this time we don't have a brandable version of this graphic however you may use this one "as is" with the logo. I hope that helps! Warmly, Mary

  3. Faraz

    This is a great confidence infographic with lots of helpful tips to build confidence.I especially like the idea of writing down affirmations and positive experiences and the advice to focus on the present moment. Some of the tips could also be taken further - for example, the suggestion to practice a power pose could be extended to include regular exercise and physical activity to boost confidence and self-esteem. Overall, this is an informative and helpful infographic.

  4. Phaedra

    Thank you for the inclusive graphics! Part of building confidence is seeing others who look like you in spaces and places you desire to be.

    • Emma-Louise

      Dear Phaedra!
      I am so glad you noticed and really appreciate you taking the time to write a comment 🙂
      It is part of our internal policy to prioritise using images with people of colour, minorities and people who differ from societal beauty norms. And we extended this to our infographics too.
      The more I learn, the more I realise how important this is. It's one thing we can do to make a difference!
      Thank-you again!
      Warmly, Emma-Louise


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