Confidence in using your voice


Confidence in using your voice, a solocast by Sharmila Mali

Hello friends, I am back with another solocast and this week I dive a little deeper into my own self-confidence and the lack of self-confidence I felt most of my life when it came to career, work, and school.
I was inspired by an Asian immigrant who spoke at the anti-asian hate vigil over the weekend to make this episode.

And I also talk about why I am late, once again putting out this podcast, for a hint, I am leaving you an obscure photo that you will just have to listen to find out what the photo is about.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • handling the loss of my phone
  • Anti-Asian hate vigil that I attended
  • speaking up for the first time
  • my history with low self-confidence
  • confidence and using your voice
  • a surprise twist about my phone

Resources mentioned in this episode:
Sonya Renee Taylor, an award-winning poet, activist, author and leader,

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Edited and produced by Sharmila Mali


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