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Seeing Lisa Bilyeu on camera, you’d think she was born brimming with confidence. But as you’re about to discover… that isn’t the case.

Co-founding her billion-dollar company, she faced the same mindset challenges a lot of entrepreneurs do – like how to deal with failure, stop feeling like an imposter, and quiet the negative voice inside her head.

She quickly realized waiting to “feel” confident wasn’t going to work. 

That’s when Lisa created her “Radical Confidence” approach to help her take on new and exciting challenges AS her confidence grew.

It can do the same for you, too.

Mindset is the bedrock of every successful entrepreneur. And this fun conversation with Lisa will show you how you can develop yours.

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4 Replies to “Baby Steps to Radical Confidence (with Lisa Bilyeu)”

  1. In my case you would be wrong. I love what I do to the point of blissful excess. I wish daily I could squeeze one or two more hours out of a 24 hour day.

    I’m looking forward to actually replicating my Enthusiasm for this country in at least a 100 million Americans in the next 6 months.

  2. This is exactly what I needed to hear today. I’m about to officially launch to my list following PLF and the lack of self confidence is sabotaging me, even if I know I can serve so many women with what I know. Great interview Jeff and so inspiring. Thank you!!

  3. Wow, “Radical Confidence” -enticed; let it be a mantra! Thanks Lisa for expressing your truth with such an open heart: “finding the hero” within us ( I agree) is key to owning this state of mind!

  4. Fabulous, Lisa!
    I know I’ve been holding back for years because of fears.
    Thank you for paving the way, showing everyone who’s holding back that mission-driven commitment to moving forward, and then taking baby steps WORKS. You also pointed out that ending interest in protecting the ego is part of that mission-driven commitment. Beautiful!!

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