When we don't feel confident, we don't feel good enough. We question are own abilities and feel overwhelmed with external pressure.
This, however, is only learnt behaviour and something that can be changed. I myself used to blush terribly if someone even spoke to me so I know what it feels like to be nervous around others.
One of the biggest fears I deal with is public speaking. This irrational fear is all about perception and the stories your mind is telling you about the event. When we change the stories your unconscious mind is playing, we change the outcome.
There are many techniques I teach that people can implement into their every day life to improve their confidence and performance. We effectively break the old habits, see if there is any emotion behind them and build new ones. Small steps lead to big changes and it gives you choices and power to act how you want to act.
You can learn to feel comfortable in your own skin, just as you did as a child when fear didn't paralyse you. Clients always say they feel lighter after sessions as if that big weight of doubt over them has simply been lifted.
By changing the response to triggers, you can feel calm and relaxed in situations which used to cause you a lot of worry and stress. Being confident allows you to live your life how you really want without anything holding you back. Imagine what it could be like to be free of all those fears that were stopping you being the real you and true to who you are.