Farita Khambatta Shares Leading Your Life & Business With Confidence

Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I a confident leader?” If you’re a business owner or entrepreneur, confidence can be the secret ingredient that can help you realise your vision and lead you towards success.

If the answer isn’t a resounding, “Yes!” don’t worry because confidence is a skill that anyone can master.   Here are a few lessons I’ve learned along the way that will help develop your confidence.

Don’t Be Afraid To Make Mistakes

It might sound strange but making mistakes can positively influence your confidence.

How can that be?  Well, when you shift your mindset to view mistakes as a chance to try again, you give yourself the opportunity to develop into a more confident decision-maker.  Understanding what doesn’t work for your business is just as important as knowing what does.

Making mistakes is a golden opportunity to face and conquer your fears, cultivate resilience, sharpen your problem-solving skills and pinpoint areas for improvement. By objectively reviewing your mistakes, you can supercharge your abilities, propelling yourself toward increased confidence and greater success.

Trust Yourself

Believing in yourself is essential for cultivating confidence – especially in the business world. While sometimes your decisions will be right, and other times they may be wrong, trusting yourself is a fundamental pillar of confidence.

When you have genuine confidence, it naturally draws others energetically towards you like a magnet.  Employees, partners, clients, even customers and social media followers are more likely to follow a confident leader / brand / business that they can believe in, connect with, and feel inspired by.

Always be passionate about your brand and what you stand for because if you can’t get excited about what you have to offer the world, why should anyone else?

Cultivate Knowledge And Expertise

Having a passion for learning and cultivating expertise greatly enhances your confidence in business and life.

I believe that the people who lead the most fulfilling, happy and confident lives are always curious, crave knowledge and enjoy learning new things.  The more you know, the more self-assured you will tend to be.  Knowledge enriches your life and make you a more interesting person. It’s not about gaining knowledge to be the smartest person in the room, it’s about knowing you can carry yourself with grace and confidence in any situation.

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Don’t Confuse Confidence With Overconfidence

Confident leadership inspires and drives success. Confident leaders celebrate collaboration and trust in the wealth of knowledge within their team.  If you’re going to lead with genuine confidence, be humble and open to learning from others – and rest assured, you’re not expected to have all the answers.

Overconfidence can hurt your business because it is off putting to others.  Overconfidence stems from insecurity, an over inflated sense of self, or a need to be in control all the time.  When you’re overconfident it’s easy to dismiss the expertise of team members or ignore good ideas which means two things – low employee morale and missed opportunities for success and growth.

As a confident leader, welcome input and opinions from your team no matter their level or position because it builds trust, fosters innovation, increases productivity and enables greater success.

Celebrate Your Successes

In the fast-paced world of business, it’s common to be constantly chasing your next goal. However, it’s crucial to take a moment and recognise your achievements, as celebrating success plays a fundamental role in building confidence and fuelling further success. No matter how big or small, it’s important to enjoy your successes along the way, allowing yourself to reflect on how far you’ve come and enjoy the moment.

Even Leaders Need Support

While everyone may be looking to you to be the pillar of strength in your business, ensuring your mental health and wellness is essential.  Don’t ignore stress because stress can quickly erode your confidence, lead to burn-out and hurt decision-making skills. Take the time to talk to someone, perhaps a mentor, friend or mental wellness professional.  A strong support network can provide you with valuable guidance, gain perspective and help you talk things through.  Ensure you take time for self-care, so you can stay balanced and perform at your best.


Confidence can help you accomplish amazing things in your life.  By being willing to make mistakes, trusting yourself, being authentic and open, fostering supportive networks, embracing ideas and celebrating your successes you can tap into the transformative power of confidence to unlock your true potential and propel your business to new heights.

The only question now is are you ready to embrace confidence and embark on your extraordinary journey of accomplishment and growth?


About The Author

Farita Khambatta is a registered RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy) Practitioner, certified hypnotherapist, wellness blogger, co-author of the Amazon bestseller “Victim to Victory and an executive contributor for the global digital publication Brainz Magazine.  She is also the owner of the successful online brand Goddess by Feritta.

After successfully overcoming years of debilitating physical and emotional damage from Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Farita’s passion is helping others discover their innate power to improve and transform their lives, overcome obstacles, and create a life of fulfilment and purpose.

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