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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 […]
March 15, 2017

Women who don’t have children benefit our environment more than any campaign – it’s time to celebrate them!

Society should also acknowledge that those who choose not to have children are making a valuable contribution to a sustainable future. The global population is growing rapidly, while the resources we depend on to live are dwindling. If you consider the footprint each person makes on the world – in terms of food and water consumed, electricity and gas used, and waste produced – the challenge of improving living standards while protecting natural resources and […]