Webinars teaching skills to increase self-esteem and confidence, how to make goals and keep them and how to become a thought leader.
Once a month we will have a group zoom call so we can discuss with each other the issues we are dealing with and to help each other through them.
If you feel the need to or just want to talk one on one, I will be available by appointment for one on one coaching. This will take place over zoom and sessions will typically be an hour.
Blogs will be posted every Tuesday and Thursday starting January 5, 2021. Topics will cover everything from mental health to fashion. You will learn something new and important with each blog post. My intention is to start a dialogue among our community on serious issues and some light hearted stuff. It is here that I hope we can have more direct interaction with each other.
Newsletters will be going out every Tuesday and Thursday with news and topics for that week to be discussed, starting January 5, 2021.
Podcasts will be aired every Tuesday and Thursday starting January 5, 2021.
It’s important for your personal evolution that you learn to love yourself. If you do not love yourself, it is hard to expect others to love you. Agreed, whilst humans may have many faults and shortcomings, learning to embrace all your faults is central to your position of accepting yourself as you are.
Many people feel as if they're adrift in the world. They work hard, but they don't seem to get anywhere worthwhile.
Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the oxygen to our dreams. They are the first steps to every journey we take and are also our last.
We don’t enter the world with it. No one has it all of the time. Talking about it won’t help you gain it. I’m referring to self-confidence.
We usually don’t realize we have them and yet they are powerful enough to dictate our decisions.
“The more we see ourselves as a vibrant, successful, inspiring person who boldly declares and manifests her vision, the more we become just that.” ~Kristi Bowman
Some days are better than others. On those days that go less well, we usually end up being hard on ourselves. Here are some tools to avoid doing so.