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If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life.– Marcus Garvey
I told my younger sister when she became a mother; the best gifts you can give your child are love and confidence. I truly believe that there is a massive correlation between our success in life and our confidence. Confidence is fuel to our behaviors, actions, decisions and most importantly, happy living.
When we lack confidence or have low self-esteem for one reason or another, we settle for less. We accept realities that we don’t like. We do things because someone else wants us to not, because we believe in them. We fail exams, we get sick, we stay in abusive relationships, we don’t follow our dreams. We settle for less and become miserable.
Having confidence is having the fire within that ignites our talents, our intellects and our actions. The way we view ourselves decides if we will be victims or victors. In this workshop, together we will light that fire, show you the magnificence within you, and you will learn how to keep it and use it to stay radiant.
You can look for external sources of motivation and that can catalyse a change, but it won't sustain one. It has to be from an internal desire.– Jillian Michaelsr
Let's be honest, we have all had that moment when we said “Goodness me, I have no energy or desire to do this”, we have all had that one report or one assignment when we said “Ugh I can’t get myself to do it”, and we have all had that one housekeeping task we resent (personally, I hate ironing with passion) but yet we have to do it.
It is easy to motivate ourselves to do things we love, because we already love them and find joy in doing them. These usually make-up 20% of what we do on daily basis. If you have a higher percentage of the things you do and love, then you are one of the lucky ones, the ones who have cracked the code of cheering life. But how about the rest of us who are left with the big chunks of undesired, unenjoyable, boring tasks that we have to do? That’s what you learn to do in this workshop.
In life, we will always encounter difficult people. Don't allow them to frustrate you or steal your joy.– Victoria Osteen
We have all had that one difficult person we can’t deal with. We think the easiest solution is to walk away from them. But what if that person is a family member, partner, boss, employee or colleague? You can’t always walk away from people, especially if they play a crucial role in your life.
We need to learn how to deal with such characters. We need to be equipped with tools that help us break the wall of ice their behavior creates, and protect ourselves from the emotional and mental exhaustion they can cause.
In this workshop we will shed light on different personalities and how to deal with them while still being true to our values.
When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.– Roy E. Disney
Our behavior, decisions, priorities and principles are heavily impacted by our values. We have these deep beliefs that consciously or subconsciously become major contributing factors in how we live, work and have relationships.
Being aware of the values we live by and hold dear can help us make better decisions about every aspect of our lives. By honoring certain values, you may make your life happier and the world a better place, while honoring other values may make you miss out on opportunities and experiences. Does this mean values can be good or bad? Yes, and no, because its relative. A value that is extremely important to you might not be important to me.
So let’s find out more about your values, how to make them clear and how you can use them to transform your life.