What is self-confidence? What does it feel like? How can I get more of it?
Some people believe that we either have it or we don’t. We’ll show that this is not the case. Self-confidence is a feeling and how much we have depends on what’s going on inside – what we are thinking, what we are saying, what stories we are telling ourselves, ……
We’ll look at the latest neuroscience research about learning and show that our brains are not fixed; that neuroplasticity continues for as long as we are breathing. It seems that you really can teach an old dog new tricks!
We’ll examine how the way we have evolved to be successful in groups might be damaging to our confidence in ourselves – something that young people on social media are painfully experiencing – and what we can do about it. We’ll explore some simple techniques for learning how to be more confident in those areas of our lives where we want it most.
Join us for a fascinating evening and take away practical actions that you can immediately apply to your own life and increase your self-confidence.