286: Pretend To Be Confident Until It’s Real With Jennifer Field

Jennifer Field is actress, host, and beauty queen.  She holds the title of Miss Asian America 2006-2007.  Her love of performing Pretend To Be Confident Until It’s Real With Jennifer Fieldbegan at 4 years old, with a regimen of piano, ballet, and tap classes.By the time she was in third grade, she was writing, producing, directing, casting, and acting in her own plays “aka” skits to her teachers, and convinced some of them to allow her and her classmates to perform in front of the class during academic hours. Jennifer grew active in local children’s theatre and community theatre, which led to her interest in classical voice along with her piano and dance training.

Jennifer shares how pretending to be confident actually helped to become the self confident person she is today.  She also talks about her journey on winning Miss Asian America and shares tips to help you in your inner journey to self confidence.  Tune into her episode today.

Bio

Jennifer Field is actress, host, and former Miss Asian America.

Cultural Background

Jennifer is of Korean, English, Irish and German descent.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

Fake it till you make it.

Fake it till you make it

Definition of Self Confidence

Loving yourself no matter what the situation is even if its at your very worst.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

When competing for Miss Asian America, Jennifer was filled with nerves throughout the whole process.  She thought she wasn’t going to win because of her ethnicity.  She was ashamed of it.

The “AHA” Moment

Winning the pageant helped her confidence but it was mostly becoming a mom gave her the boost to be the person that she is today.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Jennifer truly loves herself flaws and all.  She is less superficial since she embraced everything about herself when she became a mom.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Find experiences that will change you such as reading books, retreats or meditation.

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