Suzanne

January 4, 2018

Cypress Mountain on New Years Day 2018

My Most EPIC New Years Day Ever!!!! 😀 As usual, I was booked to fire dance at a huge New Years Eve Party, which was awesome! But instead of doing the typical partying all night and having a lazy, unproductive day on New Years Day, my good friend Mercedes and I decided that we wanted to start off on a healthy vibe and we spent our first day of the new year on top of […]
January 1, 2018

How 10 Successful People Start Off a New Year

Happy New Year! I hope you had an AWESOME new years celebration and are excited for all the good things that are going to be coming your way in 2018  😀 I came across this article and loved it, so had to share it with you, some really great advice from some great people!  😀   ELIZABETH GILBERT "Take inventory of what's coming and going." Last December 31st, the Big Magic author shared her New […]
December 30, 2017

Studies on How Women Underestimate Themselves, Men Overestimate

Self doubt and underestimating your awesomeness is a confidence killer and also makes it impossible to build confidence. In several studies, it was proven that men OVERestimate their abilities and performance, and women UNDERestimate both. But their performances do not differ in quality!!! Several years ago, Hewlett-Packard was trying to figure out how to get more women into top management positions. A review of personnel records found that women working at HP applied for a […]
December 22, 2017

How Slow Breathing Calms You Down & Research to Prove it!

Changing your breathing changes your state of mind. Take a deep breath. That’s routine advice for how to calm down or slow down. Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine are giving the same advice, with brand-new neuroscience to back it up. In a recent study, they and their colleagues have uncovered a direct and powerful connection in the brain between breathing and states of mind. Breathing is automatic, of course. It’s controlled by one […]
December 4, 2017

The Shortage of Female Confidence

The shortage of female confidence is increasingly well quantified and well documented. In 2011, the Institute of Leadership and Management, in the United Kingdom, surveyed British managers about how confident they feel in their professions. Half the female respondents reported self-doubt about their job performance and careers, compared with fewer than a third of male respondents. Linda Babcock, a professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University and the author of Women Don’t Ask, has found, in studies […]
November 13, 2017

Confidence Coaching Success with Charlotte Brain

"When I reached out to Suzanne I was a people pleasing manic, running myself ragged and was experiencing anxiety and guilt. It was a day before I had to do a presentation and I had such bad anxiety that I could SEE my pulse even in my stomach. I’m a mother of three children and a nursing student. Going from a stay at home mom to a student was a huge change. I wanted to […]
November 4, 2017

5 Habits of a Confident Woman

Confidence is extremely important in every aspect of our lives, yet so many people struggle to find it. That is why I decided to start my business as a Confidence Coach for women 10 years ago. The truth is that our confidence is EVERYTHING and it has a BIG impact on how we live our life. Being confident changes everything! Our relationships with people, how we communicate with others, our ability to get what we […]
October 20, 2017

Self-Compassion~What it is and Why it’s Important

Most women are very self-critical, are REALLY hard on themselves, and find it extremely challenging to have compassion for themselves. But in order to truly love yourself and have absolute confidence, you must learn to have self-compassion. No one in the world knows your feelings as well as you do. That makes you most qualified to give yourself compassion! YAY!  😀 Self-compassion is seeing your most tender wounds without judgment, while acknowledging your pain and being […]
September 30, 2017

Mean, Negative, Bitchy Women~ How to Deal with Them

Hurt people hurt other people. I learned that from a remarkable mentor of mine many years ago. He was there to console me a couple of times after being hurt by someone in my family whose go-to emotion is anger. We all have at least one. You know, that really negative person that can quickly suck the wind out of your happy sails. 🙄 It's annoying, it's frustrating, and these types of people are energy vampires. They suck the […]