Victoria Park was born and raised in the great city of Chicago, and can be currently seen on MTV’s Sweet/Vicious. She is best known for her leading role as Hayley in feature film “Everything Before Us”, her recurring role as head cheerleader Aubrey on ABC Family’s “Bunheads”, as well as her work on “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Revenge”, “Cavemen”, and with Wong Fu Productions. She graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Radio/TV/Film, and has trained with Anthony Meindl, Margie Haber, Playhouse West, & Upright Citizens Brigade. Victoria is also half of YouTube sketch comedy duo “2 Azn Grlz”, and loves denim, her cats, and really bad puns.
Victoria used to be self conscious since she was living life to make others happy. She was always afraid of what other people may think of her. When she knew that to live life better is to live to be herself, that is when she was able to break free from what people thought of her. Check out her episode to listen to her story.
Victoria Park is an actress and occasional blogger.
Victoria is of Korean descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self confidence comes out of self respect, and self respect comes from self kindness.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Victoria always grew up more focused on others than on herself. The negative things about herself made her very self-conscious and insecure about what other people thought of her.
The “AHA” Moment
Victoria discovered her identity through her faith when she was in high school. She also realized that living life to make everyone else happy is not a way to live because in the end it still makes everyone unhappy.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Victoria is still discovering it every day, but she is a lot more at peace and has less anxiety. She can love other people better because she loves and respects herself
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Remember that it’s a journey.
Take your own advice that you give to your best friends. Most strong, sensitive women are really good at loving their friends. Take that advice and love you give to your friends and turn it back around on yourself. Do you think you are smart and kind and beautiful and amazing? Because you are. And once you can start to really believe that, you’ll be more free to go back out and love other people better.