Being able to make a stand for ourselves without being unsettled by people’s judgement


When we can make a stand for ourselves we are happy, but it is not easy! Indeed, as a result we may face possible negative judgment, tensions in our relationships or even conflict at times.


This is why it is so important for us to learn to stand up for ourselves with more ease.


And this is exactly what I am offering you to do in my coming up one-day workshop where we will look at what is at stake in your ability to stand up for yourself so you can grow in self-confidence and act from it right now.


Date: Saturday 30th March, PRH School of Education, Mount Waverley

Find out more and register here.


This workshop is for you if

  • You want to feel more confident in setting saying No to people when you want to


  • You want to feel less sensitive and tense when faced with any kind of conflict or negative judgment directed towards you


  • You want to stop spending a lot of time running around for others and start having more time for yourself

  • You want to feel confident standing up for your truth rather than sometimes feel a “fraud” or “fake”


  • You want to stop feeling down regularly because you struggle to make your life the way you really want it


  • You want to feel strong enough to stop turning to unhealthy habits when you are trying to make yourself feel better and more confident about your life


During this workshop you can expect to:


  • Look realistically at your current ability and difficulty to stand up for yourself


  • Understand why you can't stand up for yourself at times

  • Clarify the conditions for growing in self-confidence

  • Look for possible sapping beliefs and tap in the power of your mind


  • Strengthen your ability and self-confidence to affirm yourself


  • Super-charge your motivation to make a stand for yourself in your life from now on


Find out more and register here.

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