The Power of Self Esteem
About this course
Self-esteem is our idea of our own basic worth and is often rooted in our childhood when our sense of value was associated with the positive regards of others, or linked with our achievements. As we move into adulthood, we may accomplish much yet feel dissatisfied because our self-esteem still depends on our next success, or failure. Life seems like a treadmill, lacking in real excitement or purpose.
The Power of Self-Esteem course shows you how to identify this deeply rooted system of beliefs, and develop a new kind of awareness of who and what you really are, so you can maintain your sense of self-worth at all times, regardless of what’s happening around you.
You will learn practical yet powerful tools to enhance your self-esteem. And, with that you will develop your ability to:
Develop and maintain your sense of self-worth regardless of your achievements and what others think of you
Distinguish true self-esteem from the endless cycle of reward and punishment to which it has become attached
Connect more deeply with what you really want for yourself and your life
Start to express yourself with a new kind of passion and power
Create results without driving yourself or generating unnecessary stress
Let go of the self-imposed demands and accusations
Be more resilient in the face of adversity or challenges
Identify when your self-esteem is low, and know how to reinvigorate it
Love and accept yourself, just as you are
Inspire others to esteem and value themselves too.
The Power of Self-Esteem course is taught by More To Life Licensed Facilitators, who are individuals who have been instructed and qualified by our trainer body to lead small-format, topic-based courses such as this one. Our Licensed Facilitators have been granted a license by the More To Life Foundation to teach these courses privately, as well as through colleges, schools, governmental agencies, and in partnership with other non-profit organisations around the world.
Testimonials from participants
"Very useful in identifying feelings and thoughts which may be false or irrational with relation to situational factors. I found it useful learning to push aside those “what if” questions and pressures we ascribe to ourselves. Also, I found it helpful in learning about myself as a person. Would definitely recommend it!"
"The sessions reinforced ideas about not attaching oneself to fear or external pressures. Useful for reflection and a greater understanding of myself. Gave me practical strategies on how to address the underlying state of low self-esteem."
"I learned that everyone has inner worries. The sessions were thought-provoking and made me think about why I feel certain ways in situations. I would recommend it to help others to recognise that we all have internal criticisms and to learn ways of protecting and revealing the truth of the person we are inside those."
"Taking a step back gives the opportunity to think about and review life situations makes me realise that a lot of what I don't feel good about is in my head. It helped me recognised that early enough to make a change."
"Sharing that we all have negative thoughts and times where we have low self-esteem gave me time to consider and think great taster I would like to progress with self-esteem further and I would encourage GPs to provide this course."
"I learned that thoughts may not necessarily be true about the actual circumstances or event that I experienced I found it useful to know that I don't have to believe all these thoughts I would highly recommend this to others. Thank you so much."
"Was useful to take time to self-reflect as this is not something I usually do. I learned that it's important to check whether the negative thoughts are true or not and review reality versus beliefs. I would definitely recommend this, thanks."
"This gave me the chance to stop and really think in the middle of my busy life about what makes me happy and when I'm not. I think the course would be very beneficial to a lot of people."
"I learned that the thoughts I get when receiving a life shock are not always true and so I've learned how to differentiate between fact and fiction. I would recommend this as I found having time to reflect was very helpful."
"I learned about I have to think about what I'm telling myself and when and how some thoughts might be cast aside. Negative thoughts are not helpful in my day to day activities. I found it useful to meet other people and hear different examples that I could relate to. I would recommend this as I have gained some good skills to help me through the day and with thought processes."
"Gave me useful reflective time and great to learn from others. I learned more about myself and it felt good to talk and share. I would definitely recommend it. It was very interactive and helpful."