It is often said that there are two kinds of women in this world:
the kind that enters into a room and says, “here I am!”
and the kind that enters and says, “oh, there you are!”
Isn’t it interesting that the more confident we are about ourselves, the less concerned we are with ourselves?
All too often, without giving it a thought, we consider women who draw attention to themselves to be the ones with self-assurance. Too often we envy their confidence.
Yet true confidence is not self-conscious; it is others-conscious.
I don’t know about you, but the most beautiful people in my life are the ones who give me their full attention when I am with them. That is Confident Beauty.
Catrina Welch is an image- and life-coach whose message is not as much “what not to wear” as it is, “Know Who You Are,” which is the title of her book of guidelines for your personal image identity. Catrina has also written a Bible study to help women overcome their image issues. It is titled Supreme MakeOver: a Rich and Refreshing Devotional Experience. Her other books include Footprints Through the Sand: a Consolidation of Life-altering stories about Loving and Loosing a Trisomy-18 Baby and Confident Beauty: Reflecting the One Who Made You with the Images in Your Mirror and Your Soul, which will be available soon.