Even before the pandemic hit where you live, you may have noticed that sometimes your fear seemed… More than a little out of control.
And then, the pandemic came along!
Even if you hadn’t previously suffered from anxiety, all the change, the worry about sickness, needing to stay apart from loved ones, uncertainty about your work…
It’s a lot. Most of us are struggling.
It’s easy to feel out of control, afraid all the time, and helpless to change any of it.
But you deserve to feel safe.
You deserve to feel safe enough to be able to bring your best self forward, for your relationships, for your work, for all the important things in your life.
And maybe most of all, so you can just start truly enjoying living again.
To guide you, I have created the Pillars of Confidence Framework for increasing confidence and reducing anxiety.
You will find tools that you can use to feel more confident and safe, and tame your fears.
I understand if that might sound too good to be true.
There is a lot of information about confidence out there - I recently Googled “tips to increase confidence” and got over 76 million hits in .6 seconds.
Unfortunately, most of what I’ve actually found isn’t helpful.
At least three important things are missing, which you can find in the Pillars of Confidence Framework:
- Get a helpful understanding of confidence and anxiety.
- Discover your confidence challenges and anxiety triggers.
- Figure out what actions to take to increase your confidence and reduce your fear.
Some ways to get access:
- Book a Full Confidence Transformation ($1243 CAN) 12 week program
- Book a Confidence Power Hour virtual session ($95 CAN)
- Buy the book ($15 CAN)
- Get the free weekly Confidence Tips
For those who care about credentials, I have a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from The University of Western Ontario, I am certified in the Grief Recovery Method® by the Grief Recovery Institute®, and I am a certified project manager (PMP®) with the Project Management Institute®. I also have over a decade of experience teaching at the university and college level.