What I love even more is creating the spark that will inspire them to be the author of their own story.
What’s the story you want to tell? Get in touch to discuss a talk, workshop or group coaching session tailored to meet the needs of your event.
The more mentally fit you are, the more you’ll be able to handle the stress, anxiety and frustrations that come from work and personal life challenges. The bad news is that 80% of people score below the minimum level of mental fitness required for peak performance and happiness. The good news is that, just like physical fitness, you can boost your Mental Fitness significantly with practice.
Attendees will leave with strategies for handling saboteurs that cause lack of focus, overwhelm from self-doubt, and burnout while gaining skills for strengthening mental muscles to better handle stress of work and personal life challenges.
Reflecting on your achievements– big or small– improves your physical and mental well-being, fast-tracks your career advancement, and builds your self-confidence. In fact, celebrating even the small wins stimulates dopamine release in the brain. This feel-good chemical reinforces the learning experience (spoiler alert: change and growth are promoted through positive emotions more so than through discipline).
Yet, most of us don’t celebrate ourselves nearly enough.
Through live practices and breakout sessions, attendees leave this talk with practical and creative ways to celebrate wins every day and greater self-confidence!
Our inner critic can sometimes be so strong and feel so familiar that we may not even notice it anymore. It’s just there in the background humming away into our ears. Yet it’s still there, keeping you small; holding you back from reaching your full potential. And quite possibly wreaking havoc on your wellbeing and in your career.
Attendees will get in touch with their inner critic and leave this talk feeling empowered and equipped to disrupt the limiting beliefs and own their confidence.
Intergenerational wounds can manifest as inherited traumas, cultural conditioning, or societal pressures, affecting the mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals. Unresolved, these can be passed down to future generations, perpetuating cycles of pain and trauma.
Through open dialogue, introspective exercises, and communal sharing, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of their personal shaping story, honor their personal journeys, and embrace the collective wisdom and resilience of their ancestor’s traumas, inherited patterns, and unresolved emotions that may affect their lives. Together, we begin the process of healing and liberation.
People who put themselves first are happier and more successful. Yet, many of us have been taught that, to be a good person, we have to put the needs of others ahead of our own. In fact, we’ve come to believe that expressing our own needs is selfish. The result? The Pleaser Saboteur can lead to burnout, resentment, and jeopardize your happiness and success.
Attendees will learn valuable insights on how to detect their Pleaser Saboteur and come away with embodied skills to break the Pleaser Saboteur cycle and speak up for their own needs and wants.