Tag: confidence coach
Example of how media is keeping you from your weight loss goals… and making you mentally unwell
You need to reject toxic advice in your environment if you want to achieve goals and mental wellness. Here’s an example.
Why Mindset Needs to Be a Primary Focus of Growth and Development
While typical mental wellness advice can be helpful, it won’t produce any lasting change until you focus on your mindset.
Why You Need Unshakable Identity and Meaning
People are going to try to define you your entire life. Some use it to connect. Stuck in an “us vs them” mentality, they search for similarities or differences to catalogue you. Others may define you in ways that are beneficial for them. They might need you to be the bad guy so they don’t…
Start Investing in Yourself by Taking Inventory
Investing in yourself can be overwhelming and confusing. Start by taking a personal inventory to understand where you need to focus.
Why Investing in Yourself Is the Best Investment You Can Make
Financial investments are great, but there is another type of investment you need to focus on if you want to be successful: self-investment.
The #1 Thing Every Man Secretly Wants in a Partner
Let’s be clear, overgeneralizations are toxic. So typically, saying all men secretly want one thing, would be toxic as fuck. But! Life is complex. And there is actually one thing every man wants in a partner, well, every man who isn’t toxic. It’s kind of boring and I am sorry to be anticlimactic here, but…
The art of asking questions
Information is power and when you ask questions you empower yourself. But the art of asking questions takes courage and needs to be learned. Here’s how.
The art of non-engagement
Non-engagement is for anyone who wants to establish boundaries, find their personal power and be respected. Learn more here.
The power of words
Words can take on many meanings and when we realize they only have the power we give them we take back OUR power.
The Cost of Not Knowing What You Want
We need to focus more on figuring what we want because the cost of not knowing what you want is extremely high.