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How to Build Self-Esteem (Part Two)

By | June 25th, 2012|Articles|

In our last post (click here for Part 1) we explored what we mean by Self Esteem, and the benefits of developing our sense of self. As we said, a strong self esteem will leave you with a robust sense of self. This allows you to feel more calm and secure when facing your everyday life. […]

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A Top Tip to Motivate Yourself and Others

By | September 12th, 2018|Articles, Home|

By Telana Simpson I have heard it said that the bushmen – the First People – had a [...]

A Case Statement: Coaching for Self Conscious Professionals

By | June 10th, 2017|case studies|

A Case Statement for how the [be brave] Coaching Programme will help Self Conscious Professionals to Shine: Your self-consciousness is [...]

Overcoming Self Consciousness

By | October 30th, 2014|

"People always ask me how I became so courageous and confident.  I’ve developed a model that shows how [...]

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Book Review: Make Yourself Heard

By | September 25th, 2014|Articles|

Our voice is one of our most powerful “tools” that we have. The quality, resonance and pitch of our voice and how we use it has a subtle, yet significant impact on the impression we create. And women’s voices tend to be higher in pitch and softer in volume, in general. This, in the fast paced and dynamic world we live and work in, means that they may not be heard as much as they would like to be. And being heard today is a key part in positioning yourself and influencing others. Monique Rissen-Harrisberg shares many useful tips aimed at women, in her delightful and easy to read book, “Make Yourself Heard. How to talk, act and dress your way to success.” […]

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How to not be selfish

By | July 11th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson “I’m so tired – I never seem to have time for myself…” “Where is your time going then?” “I spend a lot of time helping other people. They keep asking me to help them or to do things for them, or do what they want to do, and I find it difficult to say ‘No’ ” “What about saying ‘No’ is so difficult for you?” “I’m concerned about what they will think about me if I say ‘No’ or ask to do something I need to do.” “And what do you believe they will think about you if you say ‘No’ or ask for what you need?” “They’ll think I’m selfish and don’t care about them…”   Often a fear of appearing selfish to others causes us to give so much of ourselves that we end up not being in a position to give any more, […]

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