BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN 2020

Hey everyone, I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the journey of 2020 so far?

We haven’t got long to go until we launch our first workshop of the year with Authentic Worth. The theme is: building self-confidence and personal development in 2020!

Below are all our videos to date of what the workshop will entail:

Building Self-Confidence and Personal Development in 2020

Be confident in who you are

Building Self-Confidence and Personal Development in 2020 Part 2

11 tips on building self-confidence and personal developmentĀ 

The importance of building self-confidence and personal development will enable you to be better than you was yesterday and expect to have a greater tomorrow. Remember that confidence is not built in a day; it takes your whole life. However, we want you to get to a stage where you are purely confident, especially when the trials and tribulations of life come.

No one is exempt from life’s challenges, but we can take one day at a time to be better and bring out the best in others. I’ll be sharing alongside our two special guest speakers on how we found our confidence and developed ourselves through our careers, our personal and professional endeavours. There is still time to sign up for the workshop so do not miss out!

You have to be intentional about working on yourself daily and being the best version of you. There isn’t anyone out there like you; you are unique.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 14th March 2020 at 12.00pm!

Much love and remember: your self-confidence and personal development are not for sale!

TAKE TIME OFF SOCIAL MEDIA!

For those who know me, you would know how social media is a part of what I do. I decided to take a few days off social media to recuperate, reflect and have me time. I want to tell you that social media isn’t running away from you. No matter how many posts you see on a daily basis, you will not be behind on anything, as long as you discipline your mind well.

There needs to be balance in everything we do; if we constantly partake in the same routine, we will only achieve the same results. Taking time off what you are used to is good for your mind to rest. It is refreshing to do different activities. I take time off social media to regain focus and plan for the future. When things seem overwhelming, I wouldn’t recommend using social media as a way to ease the pain; this will only increase it.

Depending on how your mindset is positioned, for me, I thank God He has helped me to develop self-control, to know what I need to take into account and what I don’t need to take into account. This takes time, so please do not put yourself under any pressure if you are influenced so quickly.

My question to you is: what purpose is social media providing that makes you a better person? Is it just to compare yourself to others and secretly put yourself down behind the scenes? Or, are you trying to avoid someone to ‘secure your insecurities?’ Do not let these be so, and don’t give any of them room in your life. These are emotions talking and they aren’t always accurate. Taking time off social media is meant to be for healthy purposes; not just to avoid people or the hype.

You are valuable and for those that use social media, use it wisely because someone’s life could be inspired by what you post. Don’t post out of boredom or to show off. Your intentions speak louder than your mouth does. Be humble. Be kind. Serve. Make someone else’s day and focus on your lane. Social media is not the ultimate goal. It is a resource that is used every second. Remember who the source is: God. Don’t allow social media to break you into pieces. It is good to take a break. Remember this. You are not missing out on anything!

You are loved ā¤

Esther Speaks
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