Believe in Yourself | An Interview with Paula Gosney
“Believe in yourself”—we’re all familiar with that advice.
And although the intentions may be good, when you stop and think about it, just telling people to believe in themselves is probably not enough. What’s actually more important is showing people how to believe in themselves.
Doing that is at the core of my guest’s mission. Native New Zealander Paula Gosney is a writer, entrepreneur, mother, and fierce advocate for the power of believing in yourself. She’s also the founder of Belief School, a program that carefully guides people through exercises to help them believe in themselves—and begin living the lives they really want.
Paula’s own belief in herself comes hard-won. She knows pain and suffering firsthand and spent much of her twenties making reckless, drug-fueled choices. Fortunately, Paula managed to transcend a self-destructive mindset and found a way to believe in herself. In today’s episode, she shares her story and her inspirational insights—insights that no doubt can help you on the path to Becoming Your Best.
In this BYB episode, you will . . .
• Hear how believing in yourself is the single most important factor for growth and change
• Learn core values that Paula helps her clients find within themselves
• See if you’re setting yourself up for failure—and instead learn how to progress from small successes to larger ones
• Learn Paula’s “ARC principle” and hear how accountability, recognition, and community can help you reach your goals
• Discover why “You are enough” is such a powerful idea to accept