Tag Archive: self-esteem

Oct 12

My Self-Esteem Movie

By Veronica Hislop WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM? My Definition: “Self esteem is the art of  knowing who you are and what you want, trusting your heart and  living a truly authentic life based on your own sense  of self-worth and values. It is about being totally unapologetic  about what you stand for regardless of what others  might think of you. It is …

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Jan 26

Guest Post: Get More Business Unlock Creative Potential

By Marty Ward OK so you don’t have to get as crazy as this bellydancer, but you do have to express who you are by unlocking your creative potential if you want to live a fulfilled life. I chose a picture of a bellydancer, because I had a client who was a real estate investor who …

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Oct 06

Guest Post: Carl Jung was right…

By Carla Van Walsum Carl Jung was right. He is not only known for developing his Shadow-work and the Personality Archetypes, but also for his brilliant contribution to the phenomenon: Collective Consciousness. Collective consciousness is about the consciousness of families, tribes and (sub)-groups. One of the characteristics is that one individual’s will-power and personality is …

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Feb 03

Why Not Enough Clients Is Not the Problem: Part 2

Almost every life coach I talk to, admits that the biggest problem or obstacle they face in their business is not enough clients. But “not-enough-clients” is the RESULT of the problem, not the problem. I would like to propose that the problem is something much deeper.  And it has to do with basic self-worth, self-esteem, …

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