How Confidence Affects Success Confidence and Success for Women Step 1 of 5 20% Mojo's Meaning and Models While talking with women business leaders, I've heard that "confidence" and "positive attitude" are somewhat dry and insufficient terms to describe the energy and emotion that women generate internally to achieve. "Mojo" repeatedly came up to capture the additional dimensions of this force that both inspires and propels.What does 'mojo' mean to you?*Who is a woman who inspires you today, regardless of her field? What is it about her specifically that came to mind when you read this question? Blocks and Barriers Without obstacles, explicit or implicit, we would certainly have more women in leadership roles not just in business, but government, education, and non-profits, as well.When you feel a lack of mojo, how does that specifically affect your ability to do your best work in terms of your mood, your use of your skills, and the tempo/pace of your work?*What misinformation or piece of advice held you back or kept you playing a smaller game for too long? Do you think that this affects many other women? Why or why not? Evidence of Overcoming Limits One of the ways that both men and women limit themselves is to diminish, downplay, and disregard the truly significant connections, accomplishments, and strides towards better conditions and objectives. What idea, encouragement, advice, or situation helped you “break the glass ceiling” at an early stage of your career? Do you have a story that illustrates an achievement for you? Please share here.*What is the boldest business move you’ve made? Take a moment to savor and share the accomplishment in detail. What idea, person, or circumstance helped you take that step?What current person, idea, music, book, or mantra do you credit with giving you daily mojo? That's the internal reminder of your power and purpose. How could someone observe mojo in your life these days (the external part)? Find out what others have shared Fill in your contact info below so we can stay in touch and to find out what other successful leaders have shared.Are you:*FemaleMaleFor men who have been curious about this topic and sharing your views, now is the time to come clean so we can have a more precise record.Are you a parent?Yes, of pre-school childrenYes, of school-aged childrenYes, of adult childrenNo, I'm not a parentNameEmailCell phone (for text messages)Please stay in touch and send me a summary of both what other women leaders have shared as well as the interview recording. Yes, that would be great. Bonus: If you had a chance to share just 1 minute of advice with a stadium of bright, eager, young women entering your field, what would you say? Enter your message below or feel free to call this number and leave your message as a voicemail.