Have you ever wished you had a little bit more confidence?
Do you struggle to say, "No" to other people, or find yourself pleasing everyone else around you but yourself?
Are you always worrying what other people think of you?
If you have answered, “Yes” to any of these questions, you are not alone! Many of us have struggled with confidence and self-esteem at some point in our lives. The good news is that regardless of your age, gender, or culture, you can become a more confident person.
Confidence is just like a muscle, and you can spend just a few minutes each week building it up, from the inside out. It isn't about pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, it is about learning how to flow downstream into confidence.
Do you struggle with assertiveness, self-belief and finding the inner confidence to believe and approve of yourself?
Are you always people-pleasing and beating yourself up?
Hi, my name is Lisa, and I have been assisting people with confidence for over 16 years. However, I wasn't one of those people who was born with confidence. It was quite the opposite actually!
At school, I was bullied and always felt like I didn't fit in. Later in life, I was bullied at work. I also spent five years in a toxic relationship because I didn't have the confidence to get out.
It wasn't until my life fell apart that I really started my own personal journey towards finding inner confidence.
Part of my journey included exploring leading edge techniques, while discovering the easiest path to inner confidence that felt comfortable and aligned with who I really am.
Confidence isn't just about speaking up or feeling comfortable as a public speaker, it is the ability to say, “No” to other people, without the guilt. It is the ability to ask for help and have belief in yourself. It is also about caring about your own emotions, such that you are unwilling to put up with situations or people that don't feel good to you.
In the course, Confidence is an Inside Job, I will share with you:
1) An introduction to confidence
2) Why confidence and being an extrovert are two different things
3) The importance of inner confidence
4) What stops people from feeling confident, and what you can do about it
5) What confidence looks like and feels like; how inner confidence would really be for you personaly
6) Share my Top 10 Tips for Building Confidence
What stops confidence?
Have you wondered where your lack of self-belief and/or low self-esteem comes from?
In this course, discover how your negative beliefs and fears about being a confident person keeps you stuck. You will also learn how low confidence can manifest in your life, and prevent you from stepping into feeling good and looking after your own well-being.
Do you have negative beliefs and fears about yourself?
In this course you will:
*Learn the real truth about confidence
*Learn why confidence means different things to different people
*Discover what real confidence looks and feels like
*Establish what may be blocking you from finding confidence in life
*Understand the importance of self-soothing
*Learn how to use your words to encourage yourself
*Let go of the need to always put others before yourself
*Understand the importance of your emotional well-being
*Learn the importance of self-empowerment and taking responsibility for your own confidence
*Receive 10 Confidence-Building Tips to help you build your confidence, on a daily basis
"Lisa presented at the CPA “Associate Networking Group” discussion group. Lisa presented with such enthusiasm, humour and zest. There was a fantastic atmosphere in the room. I had a number of members come up to me after her presentation to let me know how much they enjoyed it. We were all able to relate to her talk on confidence and gain some great insights. I would highly recommend using Lisa as a speaker and hope to work with her again in the future." Jessica Bainbridge, CPA Australia
"Lisa Phillips was recently a guest speaker at a networking event I organised at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Lisa spoke about empowerment and growing confidence, and she was such an inspiration. Lisa lifted the energy within the first 30 seconds! Her talk was captivating, energetic and extremely engaging. Everyone had such positive feedback on her talk! Thanks so much for speaking at our event, Lisa!" Sarah Curby, Senior Executive Officer at The Citadel Group Limited
"Having suffered with depression for the past 40 years, and having seen countless doctors, counsellors, psychologists, and attending countless mental health centres and self-help readings, I decided I needed to engage a life coach. Lisa Phillips came to me (through Internet searching), and I engaged her services, which had an immediate effect on me and my teenage son, as we undertook confidence practice together. Twelve months on my guiding path is the skills I learnt with Lisa. Lisa helped me to find “me” and, in turn, helped those whom I love." Adrian, NSW
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: I have struggled with confidence for most of my life. Can your course help me?
Answer: Yes, inner confidence is like a muscle and all you need to do is some gentle exercises that will help you build up a strong confidence muscle from the inside out. Finding confidence shouldn't be a struggle nor should it frighten you. It is not about being an extrovert (unless you want to!). Real inner confidence is about being comfortable with who you are and what you are doing from the inside out.
Question: I find really confident people to be quite aggressive. Why is this?
Answer: The truth is, people who are aggressive or who you may believe act 'over confident' on the outside, are often hiding their own insecurity. Real confidence comes from inside you, it is about assertiveness, not aggression and definitely not always telling everyone how wonderful you are! (even if you are!)
Question: I struggle with confidence in my career and in my relationships. Can your course help me?
Answer: Yes. When you find inner confidence inside, you will improve your confidence in all areas of your life including your personal and professional relationships, with your friends and family and also in your career.