Jennifer Moore is the creator of Sewing Report and Jen Talks Forever. She quit her job at CNN to focus full-time on both shows. Ever since she discovered sewing soon after moving from the Tampa Bay area in Florida to Atlanta, she has been absolutely hooked on it. Her love of all things involving a needle and thread has driven her to brainstorm ideas of how she could contribute to the community and help to encourage others to learn how to sew. Jennifer is YouTube Certified in Channel Growth, Content Strategy, and Content Ownership. She is also available for consulting/coaching to individuals and organizations on media relations and YouTube strategy. She can help you navigate the YouTube platform and come up with a specific plan for your channel and videos.
Jennifer shares how her life experiences helped her quit her job and start a new path doing with confidence doing what she truly loves. She also shares her tips that can help you in your own journey to confidence.
Jennifer Moore is the creator of Sewing Report and Jen Talks Forever.
Jennifer is of Korean descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Go all in on your strengths.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self confidence is not letting what other people think weigh you down on your own journey.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Before age 30, Jennifer can safely say she had zero self-confidence. She let life happen to her instead of making things happen. She was absolutely miserable. Growing up Asian in a community with very little diversity didn’t help. She was pretty nerdy and the opposite of a social butterfly.
The “AHA” Moment
While Jennifer didn’t have a particular “moment” in time, or a catalyst, she really does feel age and life experience is what led her to develop her own identity. She was also fortunate enough to marry a very strong man, and his encouragement helped her confidence as well.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Jennifer is infinitely better now that she isn’t constantly worried about other people’s opinions. Everybody’s got an opinion, but you have to discern whose is actually worth listening to. In her experience, at least 90% of them are crap. When she quit her job last year, that was the FIRST TIME that she ever made an intentional move professionally and it felt damn good! It’s scary and unknown, but she does not have a single regret.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Figure out who in your life provides valuable input, and surround yourself with as many high quality people as you can. When you’re young, you also have no idea how little you actually know. Before trying to make a difference in the world, gain life experience so you actually have something to offer.
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