If like me, you’ve always admired beautiful make-up artistry, but not really known how to achieve it for yourself, treat yourself to a lesson. One-on-one training is completely invaluable, as Lissie will show you not only how to achieve what you want to achieve, but also where you are going wrong. She watches and guides, educates and inspires. An investment in skills you’ll never forget or regret having learnt! Email Alisabeth at email@example.com. Based in Brierley, Barnsley, but travels around Yorkshire.
5. Have a confidence-coaching session with Lisa Walker – White Apple Thinking
“As a confidence and personal development coach I work with professional women helping them to become the very best version of themselves. Working with clients, helping them to change their behaviour patterns, bust their limiting beliefs and make lasting, positive changes is what drives me and my business.
I suffered with crippling low self esteem and a lack of self worth for many years and it’s by using my own strategies, my life experiences, the countless hours of training and personal development together with my fabulous intuition that enables me to help and support my clients through some major shifts on their personal and professional journey.”
My top 5 quick tips to instantly boost confidence are:
#1 Watch your posture! When we are nervous or feeling unconfident we tend to shrink, rolling our shoulders forward, making ourselves smaller and often lowering our head in the process. If you catch yourself doing this, make a conscious effort to sit or stand tall, draw your shoulders back, lift your head, look around and smile! It’s not rocket science but it will instantly lift your spirits and make you more approachable, particularly important if you are attending an interview or important meeting!
#2 Listen to music! Find your kind of music and be sure to listen to it in the car or on the train to whatever meeting or interview you are attending. Make a playlist of songs that lift you up. I actually have a playlist on my phone called ‘Happy’!
#3 Surround yourself with positivity I can’t stress this enough, being around positive people will make you feel so much better than being around d those that have a problem for every solution. Get familiar with those that are your ‘mood hoovers’. These are the people that suck life from you, they appear in all areas of your life, love to gossip and whinge and often can’t see the good in most things. It’s impossible to remove them completely from your life but once you’re aware of who they are you can be selective on how much you let them into your world.
#4 Read, watch, listen & learn Personal development is a way of continuously improving who you are, how you think and behave. Find the way that suits you best, it may be reading, you may prefer audio books or even videos or podcasts. Whatever your preference ask friends and people you admire what self help/personal development resources they have used and would recommend. There’s something out there for everyone!
#5 Be honest with yourself! If you understand yourself you have a better chance of overcoming anything. Whether that crippling shyness, a lack of confidence or a problem with self esteem. Becoming aware of what triggers you, how your behaviour affects your future and your relationships and how you are feeling are all the starting points for making huge leaps personally and professionally. Self awareness is key to making positive changes but you have to cut through the stories you’ve been telling yourself, possibly for years and be really honest with yourself.
Lastly, enjoy the journey!
Contact Lisa on 07525 843015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org