52: Building Self Trust With Marilyn Wo

Marilyn Wo is an entrepreneur and also has her own successful podcast called The Star Player Academy where she Building Self Trust With Marilyn Wohelps athletes get back in their game.

Marilyn was a victim of her own self limiting beliefs and never used to trust herself. You may have the same feeling as well. Find out what Marilyn did to build her self trust again and how you can use it as well.


Marilyn Wo is a professionally, self-employed graphic designer for 10 years before creating my own podcast middle of 2015.

Cultural Background

She is Singaporean and her national language is Malay.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

You are better off placing your future in your own hands.

You are better off placing your future in your own hands.

Definition of Self Confidence

Having self trust because when you have it, you can pick yourself up very fast.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Back then, Marilyn was very negative even as an athlete she attracted the negative things to her team.

She also worried alot to the point where there was no reason to worry or had no control over.  She would end up beating herself up for nothing.

The “AHA” Moment

Marilyn’s AHA moment was when she stopped becoming an athlete and gave birth to her son.

Having the baby made her had the time to reflect on herself and what she really wanted in life for her and her family.  When she was an athlete, all she could do for herself.

She wasn’t used to thinking for other people close to her like her child.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Even though she still struggled with her confidence even after her realization, Marilyn decided to read self help books and listen to positive audio.

This led her back to sport but in a different way.  Instead she wanted to help athletes with their training and mindset and that was when her podcast was born.

Becoming an entrepreneur has changed her life in a major way.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Keep a journal and write for 5-10 minutes everyday.

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