Confidence talks in schools: 5 tips on becoming more confident

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  1. Simon

    You are a star LP!

  2. Lorenzo

    Hi Lorraine, the first of all I say that my English is bad enough, mea culpa, in fact I’m translating much of this, I hope it’s fine and it’s nothing strange, I’ve been following you for years, using subtitles and things like that to understand you, I love it the way you have to work, how you deal with life and your projects, for some reason you generate a great energy in me, I would love to hear your auidios, but I lose by the language, I have seen that they are not my long ones, and I wanted to ask you a favor, and it is if you can put the audios in pdf even in English , and I am looking for life, I would love to be able to access the content, because at this moment I go through that situation of low self-esteem.
    I know your day is very busy but I would be very grateful.
    Thank you
    I send you a kiss and a big hug from Spain


    • lorraine pascale

      Thank you so much! I will work on this. Have a wonderful day.

  3. Jay

    Hi Lorraine,well i’m 50 & your never to old to learn and I embrace your advice.I think we do have to take stock and focus in on our lives every so often.In these busy fast paced days we all need pep talks & coping strategies,so thank you keep up the good work x

    • lorraine pascale

      HI there Jay,

      Thanks so much for your message. Yes we are never to old to learn. I am so glad that you will embrace the advice. Thank you again and have a great evening x

  4. Siân

    Hi Lorraine – this was awesome, I think confidence is everything, and once you have that inner self belief a lot of highs fall into place. Very hard to accomplish so what you are doing is amazing.
    We live in NY, would be great for you to come here too!
    I spotted a tiny typo in the 5th paragraph I think ‘They way that I walked‘ – but I knew what you meant anyway X

    • lorraine pascale

      Hi Sian,

      Thanks so much for your message. Confidence is really important and you are so right things do begin to fall in to place once you have that self-belief in place. I would love to speak in NYC soon. Thank you for spotting the typo also! Lorraine x

  5. NMFB

    Thank you for a talk that teenagers and older people can relate to because as you rightly say lack of confidence and self esteem knows no boundaries. I can think of many people who would benefit from hearing your tips and I will share your page to help them access it. Great idea about the gratitude list, I myself am going to try it! Don’t under estimate the power of a celebrity to influence, get people to listen, to hear, to lead by example; I think more should use it in a positive way. It’s great to give something back. Thank you.

    • lorraine pascale

      HI, thank you for your comments. I really appreciate your encouragement and your kind words. Have a lovely day and I Hope you find benefits from the gratitude list. Lorraine x

  6. Cristina

    Dear Lorraine,
    thanks so much for this post, I will try to implement your advices in my daily struggles. I have to learn how to talk in front of the public, without feeling like whatever I may end up saying is silly or worthless (ehm, possibly the positive self-talk needs some improvement) and I’ll start from your five points.
    A big hug

    • lorraine pascale

      Hi Cristina,
      Thank you so much for your message. There is so much to gaining confidence and I do find that it fluctuates but I am so happy that you are going to try and implement the advice. Talking in public is often not easy for many people, but well done to you for doing it! And I bet what you are saying is priceless 🙂 Big hug to you x


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