Sharron Jamison is helping women step into their power through her books and coaching but her life was never that way. She lives life by being her authentic self without caring what others think of her.
As a child, she was ridiculed and degraded because of the color of her skin which gave her low self confidence. It went as far as going through depression but she knew she had to make a choice so that she can be the person she is today.
Find out what it takes to be a misfit in the world and why it can be good for your soul.
Sharron Jamison is a speaker, author, and life coach.
Sharron is of African American descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Definition of Self Confidence
The ability to listen and follow your conscious and not to follow the crowd. To love yourself, define yourself and affirm yourself.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Sharron conforme to society’s standards, believed the pejorative pronouncements that society declared due to my race, sex and culture. Felt as if she had to prove her worth vs. just know that she is worthy and valuable because she was breathing.
The “AHA” Moment
Sharron succumbed to depression due to the constant assault on her soul. She had to learn to define who she was to own it and celebrate. That was difficult but necessary. She liberated herself from the tyranny of public opinion
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Sharron doesn’t play to the crowd which allows her to be more authentic and honest in her beliefs and behavior. It made her accept and revel about being a “mis-fit” and know that misfit is a compliment that demonstrates that she is a critical thinker.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Get to know the real YOU and then using that knowing to navigate in the world. Appreciate that you are the co-creator and nobody has the right to define you and that nobody has the responsibility to decide for you. Get a support system that celebrates and embraces their greatness and yours.