May 21, 2017

5 Female Celebrity Body Issues and How to Combat Them

Many people spend a long time idolizing air-brushed celebrity bodies and even longer condemning their our own but the truth is, celebrities are humans too and behind closed doors we all have things about oursleves that we don’t like. Here are five celebrity body issues and how you can overcome them. Celebrity body issue 1: Angelina Jolie needs to learn to love her lips Prepare yourselves for this news: Angelina Jolie – multiple winner of […]
May 17, 2017

Depression: 10 Reasons Why People Are Vulnerable To It

People’s negative thoughts and attitudes explain why some develop depression following stressful life events. The following list of 10 reasons provides an overview of various vulnerability factors that put a person at risk for developing depression –improving negative thinking will help to prevent depressive mood. 1. Learned Helplessness This thinking pattern suggests that individuals come to believe that they have no power over events in their own lives. These individuals are passive and believe that […]
May 7, 2017

The Absolute Confidence & Self-Esteem Workshop

  The Absolute Confidence Workshop is an empowering introduction to a new life of ~ self-confidence, ~ self-esteem, ~ self-respect, ~ achievements and fulfillment!   Are you the shy woman pretending to be happy who doesn’t KNOW who she really is or WHAT she really wants? Are you tired of living with all your fears ? Learn what AUTHENTIC confidence is all about and how to live a happier and more fulfilled life by discovering your inner […]
May 4, 2017

Confidence is The One Quality Too Many Women Lack

by Debbie Messemer, managing partner at KPMG San Francisco “I wish I would have learned to be confident and stand up for my beliefs. Just to never be afraid of what others think,” a respondent from KPMG Women’s Leadership survey. Women in today’s workplace are facing a dilemma: while the opportunities for advancement to leadership roles has grown significantly, some women say they find it hard to see themselves as leaders. KPMG conducted a women’s […]
May 1, 2017

12 Laws of Karma That Will Change Your Life

What is Karma? It’s an ancient concept and is the Sanskrit word for action. It’s equivalent to Newton’s law of ‘every action must have a reaction’. The 12 laws of karma state that all of our thoughts, words and actions begin a chain of cause and effect, and that we will personally experience the effects of everything we cause. We may not experience the effect (the returning karma) right away, and it may not even be in […]
April 29, 2017

Harvard Psychologists’ 4 Habits To Be More Confident at Work

If you’re not hunched over your computer at work, you’re probably slouching at a near-horizontal angle. Harvard psychologist Amy Cuddy wants you to banish both of those habits — for the sake of your confidence. We don’t just make ourselves smaller when we feel powerless, Cuddy argues. We can create a sense of powerlessness when we put our bodies in those positions. 1. Sit up straight “I can’t believe I’m saying this,” Cuddy laughs. “But […]
April 4, 2017

Confidence Coaching Success with Donna Christison

“I am a 57 year old empty nester mother of three amazing wonderful daughters and wife to the love of my life. My daughters saw I was sad and needing help finding my way back to the joyful, optimistic, fun person I used to be. My confidence was low, self esteem low and I was trying too hard to please everyone. My daughters gifted me with the friendship and guidance of Suzanne Fetting and her […]
March 25, 2017

Running Past Self-Limiting Beliefs!

WOO-HOOO!  Check out my client’s SUPER INSPIRATIONAL blog post: If you keep up with Jammie Komadina’s blog at all, you may be familiar with the “category” I originally put myself in as a runner, which I now identify as the “slow, sucky runner” category, which isn’t even a real thing, by the way. If you run, you’re a runner. The terms slow and fast are totally relative and mean completely different things to different people. I do my […]
March 22, 2017

Self Consciousness and How It Affects Your Self Confidence

A major part of social anxiety is self consciousness. It is defined as “the undue awareness of oneself, one’s appearance, or one’s actions.” If you suffer from even a bit of social anxiety, an episode of self-consciousness can happen in any social situation, regardless of how well you know the people you are with. Self consciousness episodes are negative memories and it’s a form of protection we humans utilize. Our subconscious minds store those embarrassing […]