Shivangi Bajpai is a Global contingent workforce professional with extensive program and project management skills. She is a relationship advisor providing strategic consulting and support for contingent workforce planning, total talent, stakeholder and supplier relationship management. Shivangi has a proven track record of establishing strong business and supplier relationships. She is also passionate about diversity and inclusion and is part of the USPAACC WISE, a program intended for AAPI Women that would strategically address core issues and create lasting impact in their professional and personal lives, thus empowering and uplifting them in creating and choosing their own personal choices.
Shivangi shares how walking on an unpaved road helped become the woman that she is today. She shares how it has helped her face her fears, step out of her comfort zone and rebuild her confidence. She also shares her tips that can help you in your own journey to confidence.
Shivangi Bajpai is a Global contingent workforce professional.
Shivangi is of Indian descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
If you think yourselves strong, strong you will be.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self-confidence is feeling sure of one’s self and our abilities.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Shivangi grew up in an unconventional Indian household. Her parents taught her and her sister to be confident. Her confidence was shaken up when she took a sabbatical for 4 years and craved for human adult conversations. She second guess herself during that time.
The “AHA” Moment
Shivangi realize it was upto her to make the change. She knew she had to walk on the unpaved road for growth, facing her fears, stepping out of her comfort and rebuild her self-confidence. She also realized it was herself that is stopping her from greatness.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Shivangi is more confident in all aspects of her life which has made her feel wholesome.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Accept your fears and take that first step. Also be okay that our journeys will not be perfect and there will bumps along the way.