Learning to like what you see in the mirror – learning how to see how beautiful you really are – can change everything about your confidence and your ability to go courageously in the world. Learn how to see yourself with more kindness; get the full show notes > www.trishblackwell.com/252
Monitor your emotional hygiene habits to elevate and heighten your personal happiness and success. Here are five simple methods you can do right away. Get the full show notes at >>> www.trishblackwell.com/227
The most important component to real self confidence may surprise you in its simplicity and accessibility ….
Dive into new waters of confidence and self-esteem by destroying self doubt in your mind with these 5 very practical strategies that anyone can do right now. Get the full show notes at >>> www.trishblackwell.com/217
EPISODE #66 TURN YOUR WORLD UPSIDE DOWN Turn your world upside-down with transformed self-esteem. Fight for your highest possibilities and honor your story. “Your life is important. Honor it. Fight for your highest possibilities.” -Nathaniel Branden Let him that would move the world first move himself. -Socrates Self-esteem is: “Confidence in our ability to think, confidence
The level of our self-esteem has profound consequences for every aspect of our existence: how we operate in the workplace, how we deal with people, how high we are likely to rise, how much we are likely to achieve – and, in the personal realm, with whom we are likely to fall in love, how
In reading Brendan Bruchard’s book, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives that Make You Feel Alive, I came across a statement that rocked my mind. It rocked me in that I have always believed what he says to be true, but I was never quite able to articulate it in the concisely profound way
We are bombarded by media images on a daily basis, but whether we allow them to slither into our minds or not is completely in our control. I love the photograph below and I feel like it captures the turmoil that goes on in so many of our inner thoughts and struggles for self-identity. The
I always loved unicorns as a little girl; they played well with my collection of My Little Ponies and Barbie dolls. I dreamed of real unicorns existing and of their beauty, which is why when I came across this picture, I was so struck by the depth of its message. This desperate little rhino is laboriously
I want the Amelia Earhart syndrome: you know, the raw love for doing something that sets the mind, spirit and body free. Amelia accomplished more than anyone in the world at that time thought was even possible. She loved flying –the feeling of being her own bird — and she dreamed of flying the world.