Complete Confidence Workshop 

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Workshop FAQs

Do you spend too much time worrying about what other people think?

Do you play it safe and play small in the world to avoid failure?

Are you really confident in one area of your life, but super frustrated that it doesn't easily transfer into other areas?

Do you have great ideas about the future, but you stop yourself before you've even got started?

Do you tell yourself, "I will feel more confident when ___."?

If the answer to any of the questions above is "yes", then you're in the right place. 

This workshop isn't JUST a workshop, it's a powerful group coaching experience.

Our 90 minutes together is going to be about:

  • learning
  • sharing
  • insights
  • transformation

My mission is for you to leave having had some major insights and realisations that will change you forever. 

However you want your confidence to be expressed in your world, I have absolute certainty you’ll get what you need from our time together.

Reserve your seat today!

Do you ever find yourself falling into the trap of saying, "I will feel more confident when ______" ?

...when I lose 10lbs.
...when I earn more money.
...when I am better at XYZ.
...when other people validate my successes.
...when life is going my way.
...when I stop making mistakes.
...when the future is more certain.
The next time you get a sense that you're leaning in to any of the above statements, I invite you to catch yourself and reframe what your voice of doubt is telling you and say, "I am already confident, and BECAUSE I am confident I will...lose 10lbs/earn more money/be better at XYZ!)
How you show up to anything will determine your results. Some things happen in spite of how confident you feel, but a lot of things happen BECAUSE of how confident you feel
Confidence starts within
But being confident doesn't mean you're not scared. It doesn't mean you're not worried that things might go wrong. Confidence is being scared and worried, but having the strength and courage to do it anyway.
Join us on Tuesday 18th January at 8pm to explore all of this and much much more.
Yes please!

What's the relationship between confidence and trust?

Confidence comes from a Latin word ‘fidere’ which means “to trust”. Having confidence therefore is having trust in yourself. It is having trust in your personal judgement, your abilities and your power. I’d like to take this a step further and say that confidence is also about trusting life.

When we think of life as something that happens TO us instead of FOR us, it’s easy to feel out of control and question our ability to face what comes up. Having trust in yourself AND trust in life is a powerful combination. It means that whatever happens, whatever shows up, you have absolute faith in your own strength and resources to move beyond it as well as faith that life is bringing you an opportunity for growth in exactly the way that is right for you, in order for you to evolve in exactly the way you’re meant to.

If you believe that every challenge has its purpose and is a gift given to you to prompt profound growth in all the right places, then it becomes much easier to relax into day to day life and considerably reduces anxious thoughts and feelings about what’s coming next.  

It means you can breathe!

So many of us are living our lives holding our breath, not daring to move and staying small, all because we feel something ominous is waiting around the corner for us that’s going to shake our foundations that we work so hard to protect.  

This powerful reframe of challenges having a purpose for you stimulates a different thought pattern in response to a challenge, which in turn leads to you responding with different actions and behaviours, which ultimately produces a different outcome! 

For example, let’s say you’ve handled a case at work or done a surgery that for whatever reason has gone wrong. The actual reason it has gone wrong doesn’t matter. It might have been your fault; it might have been someone else’s fault or nobody’s fault. The point is, if you have faith that life has presented this challenge to you as a way of helping you grow, and you choose to believe there is meaning and purpose for you and everyone involved, then you can learn from it and move beyond it much more easily than you might have done before.

This is just one of many ways to change the way you think and feel about confidence, and I'm really looking forward to sharing so much more with you inside the workshop.