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The Practice of Self-Esteem – The Confidence Game

The Practice of Self-Esteem – The Confidence Game

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  • Tue 11 Jun ’19, 9:00am – 11:30am


Wairarapa Community Centre, 41 Perry St, Masterton


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Whether you call it “lack of confidence,” “self-doubt,” or “performance anxiety,” and at whatever level you experience it, chances are it has cost you dearly in your life. What opportunities have you missed out on? Have you given up trying? Are your hopes and dreams on hold or gone altogether? The sad thing is that lack of confidence or esteem is no fault of your own. Not because of a lack of intelligence or a bad attitude. It is simply because no one has taught you the rules of the self-confidence game.

At this free public seminar, you will learn scientifically proven ways to build confidence. Techniques that enable you to respond effectively to uncertainty. How to become courageous and motivated. You will also learn how to develop lasting self-confidence that you can apply in any—area of your life—from sports, business, parenting, career, education or socialising.

Seminar Content:
- Discovering a Powerful Purpose
- Failing or Practicing
- Why Doesn’t Motivation Work
- 6 Practices of the Confidence Game
- Habits and Rituals
- Concentration
- Leading Yourself Successfully

Who Should Attend:
Anyone who wants to grow genuine lasting self-confidence and motivation. To learn the skills and techniques that enable you to build a successful and happy life.

To enrol in this free public seminar, simply text 027 255 4843, or email david@focusleadershipcoaching.com, with the following details: your name, email address and name of seminar you wish to enrol in.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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