Suzanne

September 20, 2016

Confidence Coaching Success Story with Emma Christison

“Earlier this year I had ended a long-term relationship, left a job I had been at for several years, was tentatively trying out living in Vancouver. I knew that I wanted a change in life but was extremely unsure about every aspect of my life. I felt anxious about the future, was constantly re-visiting the past, couldn’t make a decision, and was struggling with my self-worth. I also felt very depressed. I had tried seeing […]
September 15, 2016

How To Stop Second Guessing Yourself And Build Your Self Esteem At The Same Time

Throughout the history of the world, there have been leaders and followers. Viewed through the lens of history, some of these leaders have been truly awful, yet they still managed to accrue followers. Have you ever stopped to examine this phenomenon and wonder why that’s true? Why even the worst of leaders seem to always gather around them a group of followers? Before you write it off to idiocy on the part of the followers, […]
September 15, 2016

How Procrastination Affects Your Self-Confidence

Why is it bad to procrastinate? Put simply –it really impacts our motivation and gives us permission to NOT take action. To put this in perspective then, at some point in our life, everyone indulges in procrastination a little bit. I’m guilty of it too once in a while! The difference is that some people have this problem for long periods of time, and for other people, this problem arises due to particular challenges and/or […]
May 27, 2016

20 Daily Things Women Who Have Their Sh*t Together Do

1. Brew their own coffee at home instead of spending approximately half their paycheck on Starbucks every day. You do not want to do the math on how much you could potentially spend in a year buying coffee every day. That’s a harrowing figure. 2. Eat a (relatively healthy) breakfast that’s more substantial than a Lara Bar they found at the bottom of their purse. That granola bar is gonna keep you full for what? […]
May 20, 2016

The Spectacular Vancouver Cherry Blossom Trees (Pics & Video!)

I’m a little late getting this post up, but I REAAAALLY wanted to share this with you because this time of year is so incredibly beautiful in Vancouver. 😀  It was just Cherry Blossom Tree season! Pretty pink blossoms bloom for 1 -2 weeks in April, and the city celebrates this during the annual Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival. The beautiful trees looks like pink, puffy clouds of cotton candy or popcorn, and they can be seen in several places throughout […]
May 16, 2016

How To Stop Feeling Insecure – 5 Useful Tips

        No matter what your age, your race or your past experiences, there are a lot of things –both psychological or physical, that can cause you to feel insecure: • you’re in an unfulfilling relationship or you feel unloved in your relationship • you’re working your ass off for a boss that doesn’t appreciate your hard work • you don’t know your strengths and gifts, and you’re not sure what your life’s purpose is • you’ve […]
May 3, 2016

7 Most Common Reasons Why Women Are Insecure

    You’re not alone. It’s very common for women to be insecure, and there are many reasons why women are insecure and lack confidence.           When coaching my clients, these are the 7 most common insecurities that I help them overcome: 1. being bullied or undermined as a child 2. being criticized by others 3. constantly comparing yourself to others 4. not being aware of and controlling your negative thoughts 5. having negative […]
April 30, 2016

Beautiful! It’s almost Spring in Vancouver on the Seawall

Spring in Vancouver is so pretty, but this year it was an absolutely beautiful last week of Winter. Super sunny blue skies and 15C ! WOW! 🙂 A perfect day to rollerblade around the Vancouver Seawall with DeeOgee. We stopped and picked up our favourite Vietnamese “banh-mi” sub/baguette from the BEST place in Vancouver. Baoguette Vietnamese Bistro at English Bay. SOO yummy! 😀 The daffodils were out in full bloom and the lush green grass was a great spot […]
April 18, 2016

Female Chief in Malawi Breaks Up 850 Child Marriages and Sends Girls Back to School

Theresa Kachindamoto, the senior chief in the Dedza District of Central Malawi, wields power over close to 900,000 people… and she’s not afraid to use her authority to help the women and girls in her district. In the past three years, she has annulled more than 850 child marriages, sent hundreds of young women back to school to continue their education, and made strides to abolish cleansing rituals that require girls as young as seven […]