Ask Mama Amy Episode 14: Encouraging Confidence in Young Women 

 December 30, 2021

By  Amy Hsiao

Ask Mama Amy Episode 14: Encouraging Confidence in Young Women

After realizing that she is the number one influence in her daughter’s life, Keisha Montfleury became inspired to spread awareness about building self-confidence in young girls. Currently, Keisha is the founder of Abundantly Authentic, a faith-based nonprofit organization that teaches young women the principles of self-confidence. In today’s episode, Keisha breaks down the five keys to building confidence and living authentically.

As women, we have a responsibility to provide the younger generation with tools and strategies for success. According to Keisha, self-esteem is built around practicing self-care, good health, understanding your purpose, and investing time in things that propel you forward. Having self-confidence not only helps women understand themselves, but also prevents them from engaging in dangerous behavior. It is important to teach these strategies to girls early on so they develop healthy habits and demand self-confidence in their younger and formative years. 

Tune into this week’s episode of AskMamaAmy to learn about how to encourage self-confidence in young women so they can recognize their purpose, live authentically and build the foundation for healthy relationships with themselves and others.


  • “I'm the first person that my daughter sees as a healthy confident woman and what that looks like.” (07:46-07:52)
  • “My divorce was devastating, but it allowed me to rise into the woman that I'm called to be so that I'm able to make an impact in my life and my children's life.” (08:20-08:32)
  • “I want girls to know that they are authentic and we need them. We need their purpose and what they are put on this earth for.” (10:55-11:06)
  • “We want to make sure that our girls have the foundation of healthy confidence so they’re not easily discouraged in situations that are proven to be dangerous such as self-harm or bullying.” (12:12-12:28)
  •  “Strong means being able to withstand force or pressure.” (20:00-20:04)

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