How to start the journey of loving yourself more
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This month I’m taking an amazing group of women through the Self Confidence Formula

I’m loving teaching the formula to others and it’s been wonderful to see that some women have already experienced various ‘aha’ moments.

To me, doing this work feels like a dream come true. And also like I’m coming full circle.

How I wished that I had this formula available to me 20 years ago!

But of course, I also realize that everything happened exactly the way it was supposed to happen for me. As without all the experiences I’ve had, I wouldn’t be such an effective teacher now. I may not even do any of the things I’m doing now.

It’s only because I’ve personally experienced so many of the issues my clients struggle with that I’m able to relate so well. It’s only because I’ve practiced the formula on myself for so many years that I know how powerful and effective it is.

So let me share a personal story with you.

I previously told you about the issue with my crossed eyes and I how I blamed all my problems on them. (if not, you can watch the short video below).

Although I was able to resolve this in my twenties (when I started to see myself as a beautiful person, got married and no longer worried about my eyes), I still had many other self limiting issues that affected my self worth.

I became very aware of this in a personal development course that I enrolled in. It was my first introduction into this world and I was keen to make some lasting changes so I could feel happier more of the time. I had just moved to Australia with my husband and wanted to make a fresh start.

Right at the start of the course we were asked to stand on the stage and tell us 3 things others would say about us when we are not in the room. What did they love about you?

That got me very worried. I had no idea what I could say. As the line ahead of me got shorter and shorter, I got more and more nervous. 

By the time I entered the stage I was a nervous wrack.

As soon as I opened my mouth I emotionally collapsed. it was in that moment that I realized that I had nothing positive to say about myself.

My armor had been hardened. I had been hiding from myself so much (and probably also my husband who got a bit of a shock after seeing me crumble) that I hadn’t even realized that I felt so lowly about myself.

I may have presented myself as a tough, confident and capable woman outwardly but inside I felt worthless.

How to love yourself - this is where my journey towards self love began.
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I still believed I was ‘difficult’.

That I was of ‘average intelligence’.

Not Creative enough.

Not loving enough.

Unconsciously I had known all of these were still issue of course, otherwise I wouldn’t have been in this course, but it still came as a shock to me that it was THIS bad.

Was it really so hard to stand on a stage and mention just a few things I love about myself?

Apparently yes.

The fact that I can still remember this moment so vividly and can still see some of the worried faces looking at me shows you how significant this moment was. I had become fully aware of the very low esteem I had for myself.

This event marks the moment that I actively started working on my self esteem and confidence.

So you can imagine how thrilled I am, that I can now help other women cultivate that true self confidence and self esteem.

I have come such a long way. It’s so easy for me now to mention all the things I love about myself and that others love about me too.

I love:

  • That I’m so driven – yes some may call it intense, but it’s part of who I am and what makes me ME
  • My honesty – even though it sometimes gets me into trouble
  • My authenticity – you get what you see most of the time
  • My sense of style 
  • My longing for learning
  • My open and trusting nature – yes, it sometimes leaves me open to manipulation but I prefer to give people the benefit of the doubt

What i now know is that I’m 100% worthy.

And so are you! You achieve that worthiness by just being born.

I feel it now.

That doesn’t mean I can’t grow as a person.

I’m still learning to be less judgmental (especially of myself)

I’m still learning to express love more easily.

I’m still learning to step even more into my power.

I will never stop learning. I will never stop my quest in becoming the absolute best version of myself and to become an example of what’s possible. I still have plenty of time.

And so do you!

If you’re ready to tap into your truest fullest potential and fully embrace yourself for who you are, come and learn the Self Confidence Formula and learn how to love being you. 

Do you love being YOU? In which areas would you still like to grow?

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