Are you really self-critical? Constantly second-guessing yourself? Plagued by feelings of doubt and insecurity? Tired of feeling like you’re just not good enough?
It’s not uncommon for people to confuse self-confidence and self-esteem as one and the same, but the two are different. While confidence is defined by how you feel about your abilities, esteem is defined by how you feel about yourself. Most people think raising their confidence will improve their self-esteem. It’s actually the other way around. You can feel confident about your ability to achieve a particular goal, but without self-esteem, you’ll find a way to put yourself down even after you’ve successfully achieved your goal. Self-esteem is about liking yourself despite the outcome. When you feel good about yourself, confidence comes as a natural byproduct. Niki can help you tame the voice of your inner critic and turn it into your most powerful ally. Using a powerful series of exercises, she will assist you in identifying your obstacles and developing strategies for overcoming them one by one.