VIDEO: ‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ Episode 3
Aisha explores the relationship between our self confidence and the ways it affects us in the lives we lead.
‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ is a three-part video series exploring the secrets, truths and intricacies of self-confidence. Each month a new episode will be released, with a new question answered by three different participants.
The final episode of the series has arrived…
In the third and final video, we ask: How Confident Do You Feel About Yourself And Why? featuring Spoken word artist Solomon OB, producer and artist Joe Bligh and Creative Director of Watershed Clare Reddington
Thank you for watching my video series, I hope you have taken away some self-loving insights into why its important to be confident and believe in yourself. And remember that all the people around you, who may be seemingly confident (or not), each have their own journey, truth and inner confidence to discover just like you.
Have a scroll below to see all of the participants from ‘I Am Confident. Am I Confident?’ and where you can find out more about them…
Clare Reddington, Creative Director Of Watershed
Solomon OB, Spoken Word Artist
Will Oklok- Taylor
Alec Stevens, Sculptor
Joe Bligh, Producer And Performance Artist
Thank you for watching my series ‘I Am Confident. Am I confident?’ I hope you enjoyed it and got the chance to remember that we are all human, with the same fears, worries, confidence and strength’s… so remember to stay confident 🙂
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