When trying to effect changes in our lives, we need to create new and healthy habits. But if you’ve ever tried to form a new habit, you know it isn’t easy. If we go all in with the habit, we’re less likely to maintain it. When that happens, we label it as failure, which reduces our confidence. Building habits the right way can reverse this. This week, episode 173 of the Positively Living Podcast is about building confidence through habits! 

Julie DeLucca-Collins is the Founder and CEO of Go Confidently Services, the host of the popular Casa DeConfidence Podcast®, and her weekly Radio Show Confident You featured on a global talk radio network. As a Business and Life Strategist Coach, Julie helps women business owners launch or grow their businesses, get clients, and achieve their dreams and is a sought-after public speaker, trainer, and course creator. 

In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, Julie shares three things needed for us to create new behaviors and actions you can take today to create Tiny Habits®. 

Julie and I discuss: 

  • The importance of starting small and focusing on small wins.
  • How habits can give you comfort and confidence.
  • Why focusing on the next right step helps grow your confidence.
  • Power in evaluating your long-term goals, dreams, values, and priorities.
  • The importance of aligning your priorities. 

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