Increase your Personal Power
Most of what we do involves other people. And trying to relate and communicate to them can be quite frustrating at times. So it’s important to have good communicating and relating skills, right?
Yet so often we feel victims to others manipulations, we get sent on guilt trips from how they react to us, or we feel disempowered with certain people and can even find ourselves playing the blame game.
If you value relationships and want to work on building your ability to create healthy ones, then this workshop will provide you with a key concept that I’ve been sharing for many years with many clients that has allowed them to be strong, authentic and caring in their relationships.
Imagine the future you who can express boundaries in a way that builds your relationships, where you feel empowered and can empower the other person too, and where you don’t feel overly responsible for the other person, yet still are accountable to them in a way that is best for both of you! Would that be useful to you?
Mojo means self confidence, or self assuredness. It’s the basis for having a belief in your own self, especially in dealing with approaching someone, or when having to confront someone.
Another view of mojo is that it’s a good luck charm that bolsters confidence, and even talks to a magical power, or talent. It’s also known to be about our ability to bounce back from a tough time or negative attitude.
And that’s the kind of mojo we boost in these two and half hours!
Here are just a few examples of how this boost of personal power mojo has helped my clients:
- A manager improved his ability to delegate
- A mother learnt how to discipline her child
- A lover found her voice to tell her partner what she wanted
- An ambitious professional found a way to relate to her difficult boss
- A professional no longer felt disempowered to change career, and found himself in the driver’s seat of his life
This 2.5 hour workshop explains a key building block to develop a robust relationship building resource, as you leave knowing your personal powers and those of others. You’ll be able to empower others and yourself, and experience a boost in your mojo and understanding of responsibility and the skills of relating and communicating.
What others say:
“It is about learning to set boundaries and hoping that the other person will respect them, also in understanding that setting a boundary is all I have control over, how the other person chooses to respond to my boundary will lead me to make the best choice for me. This in itself has been a big aha moment… I see it as emotional self-defence…lol…. and I think for all women and especially with my background and culture, this is a very powerful thing to learn and to teach all women, young ladies and little girls and I include men in this too, the world needs more people who take responsibility for their actions/words/feelings/thoughts.”
-Read Angie Mansour’s full testimonial here.
You will learn
In this 2.5 hour class you will learn:
- how we process information to develop our perceptions, which influence how we hear what a person is saying, and how we respond to them
- how to not let patterns of interpersonal behaving dampen your mojo and zest for life
- to have clear and healthy boundaries in your relationships
- to be dependable in a healthy way and to communicate your accountability, so people know what they can count on you for
- to improve your communication skills
- to not take things personally and start developing un-insult-ability
- how to take on more responsibility in a way that manages others expectations of you
- to improve your EQ- or emotional intelligence- in how you interact with others
- the art of expressing your wants and needs healthily and respectfully
Over years I have developed my skill in explaining in just a few hours this powerful idea to you, with practical examples, so you can take what is useful into your life immediately.
Please note: This class is aimed at people who have at times found themselves feeling like victims, and can tend to go on guilt trips from how others react to them. It is also for those to seek to take control of their lives and relationships and feel empowered. This class is NOT for people who don’t have relationship problems or who feel they are in control of their lives.
What others say:
“The session was a recipe for boosting my energy and power within. I enjoyed the group interaction and felt empowered to continue being responsible TO others and not FOR others. Its reminder has assisted me in taking turtle steps towards getting back on track. Receiving a boost of mojo was exactly what I needed.”
– Stacey Rozen, Creative Director
More testimonials here.
Length of Workshop & Date
The session begins at 18h00 until 20h30 and the next date for 2016 has not been set yet.
The Venue is either in Sandton or in Fourways.
About the Instructor
I’m Telana Simpson, and I’m a Personal Coach who specialises in communicating and relating. I have a psychology degree and Meta-Coach and Neuro-Semantic Trainer qualifications, and I’ve trained extensively in the cognitive behavioural sciences of NLP and Neuro-Semantics.
I work with people who want to change their life, and want to especially improve their relationship skills and ability to express themselves verbally, creatively, emotionally and physically. I specialize in self esteem, controlling emotions, overcoming self consciousness and anxiety, handling conflict, fear of confrontation and developing relationships. I’m a caring, focused facilitator who wants to share this powerful idea with more people. I am fascinated by consciousness evolution and go on adventures, pushing my boundaries and preconceptions, and host a podcast show. I have been achieving successful results with my clients for over 10 years.
Read more about Telana here.
R475 (or USD42) for the 2.5 hour power session.
NOTE: This programme is offered privately for one-on-one tuition, for individuals who prefer a more focused approach with personal attention, and / or who can’t wait for the public group course dates. Contact Telana for rates and dates.
Class Guarantee and Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation Policy: I accept written cancellation by no later than 4 working days prior to commencement of training. In the event of refunds, a 20% administration fee will be forfeited.
Conditions: I reserve the right to change training dates and or presenter should circumstances arise that are outside of my control.
Guarantee: All trainings are fully guaranteed. If by the end of the workshop you are not fully satisfied, just hand in your manual and I will issue you a full refund. This is how confident I am you will find value in the training.
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What others say:
“Informative and practical” – Gordon Dibete, July 2013
“It is about learning to set boundaries and hoping that the other person will respect them, also in understanding that setting a boundary is all I have control over, how the other person chooses to respond to my boundary will lead me to make the best choice for me. This in itself has been a big aha moment… It has also shown me that I have a choice when someone does not respect my boundary, I don’t have to play victim (co-dependency) or the blame game or the “why can’t you think like me” and I don’t have to be afraid. (fear has been a big factor in me being able to voice my wants/ needs).
It has taught me that if I don’t like something, to speak up immediately, to think of myself, that I have a voice, that I am important. I have the assertiveness, confidence, self worth, the right and power to stand up and say. “I am not ok with this” and to take action and to protect myself. I see it as emotional self-defence…lol…. and I think for all women and especially with my background and culture, this is a very powerful thing to learn and to teach all women, young ladies and little girls and I include men in this too, the world needs more people who take responsibility for their actions/ words/ feelings/ thoughts.
It has helped me to understand that I am not responsible for what the other person thinks/ feels/ acts/ and says and this has helped me to not take it personal (sometimes it is difficult) but I have learnt to not take 100% responsibility onto myself. By doing this exercise, I think I have also developed some patience and become a little more tolerant of others because not one of us is alike.” – Angie Mansour, November 2013
“The theory was explained in a way that I could understand and really grasp.” – Liz Allen
“A way to revive and relive moments when you were powerful, inspired and speechless with your own abilities and self.” – MM’s testimonial