About this workshop:
Jia Jiang, author of Rejection Proof, is well known for putting himself through 100 days of rejection. For 100 consecutive days, he made an audacious ask to get a no. His goal was to desensitize himself from the pain of rejection and overcome the fear.
The result? While he initially received a plethora of no’s, those no’s started turning into yes’s. Because his inner confidence increased, his delivery changed when making big asks and he became fearless — Jia didn’t care about hearing no.
Imagine if you had this type of mindset when asking a VC for money, asking someone to buy your service or product, making presentations, or at a networking event.
Special guest speaker, confidence coach Evert Zelaya, is on a mission to help people achieve greater confidence. Through his workshop’s engaging discussions and exercises, attendees will gain insight and actionable tips on confidence.
You’ll Learn How To:
- Develop your habits to maximize your inner confidence.
- Honestly assess your own character to better impact others.
- See these lessons in action.
- Cultivate your individual grounded-ness to combat the anxiety, nerves, and fear present in your professional and personal environments.
- Founders, early employees, sales reps, directors, C Level execs.
- Introduction (5m)
- Research on confidence (20m)
- Confidence Activity (40m)
- Break (5 m)
- Debrief (10m)
- What to do (10m)
Meet Your Instructor:
Evert has coached many founders, executives, and employees in Silicon Valley. He is on a mission to help people achieve greater confidence. Through his coaching sessions and workshop’s engaging discussions and exercises, attendees gain insight and actionable tips on confidence.
Evert has been leading workshops on confidence and self-esteem for the better part of a decade and has spoken in front of 100,000 people. He has worked as a coach for UnCollege: An educational startup based in San Francisco. Evert has also worked at academic research organizations such as The Institute for Scientific Analysis and The Public Research Institute focusing on social and cognitive research.