Joan Trinh Pham is an Artist, Modern Palmist and Hospice Palliative Nurse. She brings her professional experience as a registered nurse specializing in end-of-lifecare to inform her hand reading practice. In this work Joan has observed the powerful and transformative impact of being able to face death, in all its forms, with honesty and openness. She facilitates gentle yet powerfully life-changing conversations about meaningfulness + vitality. Joan uses hand analysis as an unconventional tool to help others create powerfully authentic, fear-aware lives.
Joan shares how burlesque helped her become the confident person that she is today. Check out her episode to listen to her story.
Joan Trinh Pham is an Artist, Modern Palmist and Hospice Palliative Nurse.
Joan is of Vietnamese and Canadian descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
The way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear and get a record of successful experiences behind you.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self-confidence and self-esteem are the same which is an ultimate deep rooted trust and faith in oneself acquired slowly in incremental bursts of faith where your inner values and passions match your outside actions and expressions. Self-confidence is trusting that you can make your outer reality match your inner colour.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Joan was shy, she felt that she was observing the world rather than being in it.
The “AHA” Moment
Joan tried out burlesque and boosted her confidence. She saw others doing it and was inspired to take action.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Joan has more confidence. She has a quiet belief in herself, has compassion on herself and is okay with making mistakes.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Trust in yourself, have faith, and take chances.