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Confidence Building Activity

18 Ways to Build Self-Confidence (Part 2)

Create in your mind a clear picture of what you want. Spend as much of your free time as you can reflecting on and imaging this vision. What would your live be like ideally 20, 15, 10, or 5 years from now. Here is more information on creating a vision. 

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18 Ways to Build Self-Confidence (Part 1)

I went sky diving for the first time in 2019. Tandem sky diving as great confidence builder, and a blast as well. Here are some other healthy ways to build your self-confidence.

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How To Be a Better Friend to Yourself

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US. On average, there are 121 suicides per day or over 40,000 per year. For every completed suicide, there's an estimated 20 to 25 attempts. Every case involves someone believing, at a very deep level, a big lie about their value.

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A Transformational Self-Confidence Building Activity

Many of my clients have a similar struggle with insecurity. They believe their value comes from their performance, just like I do. When they succeed, they get affirmation from others, and they feel loved. When they fail, or don’t achieve in some life area, the affirmation and perceived love stops.

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The Ultimate Personal Vision Clarifying Activity

It's transformed the lives of business owners. It's changed the direction of families. It's taken people from addiction to sobriety, from anxiety to hope, and from depression to excitement. What the heck is it? VISION.

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How to Find Clarity in Life

I had a big problem in 7th grade. I was being bullied. Most of the bullying came at the hands of one "much bigger" kid in particular, but others participated as well. Hair spray was sprayed in my face, my bike was stolen, one kid even pooped on my front porch (I am not making this stuff up, just ask my parents). It was non-stop and relentless at school and even away from school. I would not stand up for myself.

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