fierce impact with Dr. Diva Verdun - the power of feminine Fire

Confidence is the one character aspect that steeps you in your Feminine Power. It activates the feminine F.i.R.E. so you are standing Fierce in your Intentions. Resilient in your purpose, and Empowered by your belief in self. It grounds you in your femininity. It is Sexy, Alluring, and Powerful elevating your vibrational frequency and charging your Universal magnet through the Law of Attraction to manifest all that you could ever desire into your experience. For this reason it stands as the core pillar of F.i.R.E.

Traditionally, confidence has been described as the belief you have in yourself and your ability to succeed. However, from the aspect of feminine F.i.R.E. confidence goes much deeper. It combines all the other pillars to bring forth your unique and individual essence. Thus, the more confident you are the more feminine you feel, and the more power-filled you become, fully balanced and firmly connected to Source, the very fabric of Life.

True feminine power is having the confidence to be fully female and exercising the wisdom to be compassionate, assertive, humble, and loving, while standing in your strength and setting boundaries. Your confidence in self is what sets you apart as a woman of F.i.R.E.

When you stand in your feminine power you are so confident that you:

  1. Never need to gossip cause you are to invested in your own dreams, and aspirations.
  2. Never doubt yourself.
  3. Have no need to follow trends cause you set your own.
  4. You have a grasp on your emotions.
  5. Invest in Self-Care knowing Self-Love is key to Life Balance.
  6. Come to your own conclusions through fact-finding.
  7. Never feel the need to be codependent, to make others happy by denying self.
  8. Have no need for the approval of others because you are self -approved.
  9. Don’t worry about things you cannot change. Don’t allow worry to spiral and bring you down.
  10. You have no regrets because you see everything as an opportunity to grow.
  11. Not to pretty to get dirty, caught in the rain, or without make-up.
  12. Don’t care about what other people think.
  13. Never feel defeated because failure is merely a step closer to success.
  14. Follow their intuition.
  15. In touch with your purpose for being.
  16. Don’t take things personally because they are in alignment with self and everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
  17. Confidently make your own choices.
  18. Silence is always golden. They don’t find silence to be a burden and use it to explore higher levels of awareness.
  19. You enjoy deep connections with friends and value their input, and don’t care if your opinion is not popular.
  20. You are self-motivated and excited to live each day.
  21. Who you are has more value than the things that you own.
  22. You don’t believe in self-denial. Restraint and discipline are key assets, but you do not deny yourself the opportunity to enjoy every facet of life.
  23. You don’t need anyone to like you because you like who you are, and you are OK with those that don’t like you because it doesn’t change your world.


A few quotes from some confident women…

“I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough. Sometimes that’s a sign that something really good is about to happen. You’re about to grow and learn a lot about yourself.”

— Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo


“Think like a queen. A queen is not afraid to fail. Failure is another stepping stone to greatness.”

— Oprah Winfrey


“Sometimes I give myself a break. So I will retreat a moment from the fray, just to breathe. Because what I’ve learned is that my immediate reaction cannot be the deciding reaction. So sometimes I just sort of step back a second, and while I’m stepping back, I talk. I reach out to my friends, my mom, my girlfriends; I vent, I release, I have sounding boards, I get pep talks from colleagues and staff, and then I go back in. . . We each have to find our own coping mechanisms–and this isn’t just in terms of the hesitation of finding our voice, but in how we deal with our own stress. It’s almost like sports. You have to learn how to play through a loss, play through pain, play through an embarrassing decision on the field. Maybe you get a time-out, you go on the sidelines, but you’re going to get back in.”  

— Michelle Obama


“When I’m not feeling my best I ask myself, ‘What are you gonna do about it?’ I use the negativity to fuel the transformation into a better me.”

— Beyoncé Knowle