The Relationship Between Ego and Heart When Building Confidence with Payal Beri

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One of the biggest things about building trust and marketing your high-ticket offers with ease is building a connection through video. This is why I focus on and teach about the importance of showing up confidently on video. But one of the most common reasons why people hold back on filming and publishing video content isn’t just because people aren’t confident in showing up and articulating their value, but they aren’t comfortable just being authentic and being themselves. 


To help you build the confidence you need, I’ve invited Payal Beri on The Revolutionary CEO podcast. Payal is a Mindset Coach and Speaker who works with highly driven, highly empathic women entrepreneurs who are ready to ditch imposter syndrome, self-doubt and negative thinking. 


Together, we’ll discuss why you might be fearful of showing up on video online, how to reframe your mindset around vanity metrics and results, how to get out of your own way, and how to build an unwavering confidence in your leadership and authority. Tune in for this important discussion on the relationship between ego and heart when building confidence. Payal shares her advice and expertise on huge mindset shifts through easily implementable techniques that you can start using immediately.


Here’s a closer look at the episode:

  • Detaching yourself from someone else’s lens
  • Addressing the fears of showing up with confidence
  • Reframing your mindset around results and vanity metrics
  • How gratitude can create an important and fundamental shift
  • Removing words from your vocabulary and reshaping your attitude
  • Shifting your confidence into a place of positivity
  • Why you should also celebrate your failures


“What happens is that because we’re celebrating wins so much, we forget that failures are such a great space for us to really identify what worked, what didn’t work, and what we need to tweak.”

– Payal Beri