“Self respect means coming from your power, not your weakness. It means owning your decisions and standing by what you believe in even if others do not agree. Self worth is accepting yourself as you are, to speak highly of your achievements and celebrate how far you have come in all areas of your life, without the need for validation from other people.” ~ Caroline Rushforth
Many people spend much time feeling self conscious, ugly, useless, inferior. Imagine how it would it feel if one day you looked back and felt regret for using up your precious time and energy worrying about how you came across to other people, and what they may be thinking about you. The truth is most people are so obsessed in themselves and how they look that they don’t have time to worry about you as well!
However that isn’t enough to make us change. Low self esteem and confidence is affecting many of us in our jobs, our relationships and most importantly the relationship we have with ourselves.
Negative self talk and detrimental thought patterns in the subconscious mind affect how you perceive yourself and as a result affect how you behave and set the precedent for how others will treat you too. Unless you work on changing your thinking and your habits, you will continue to feel the same way.
“When I first met with Caroline I had no expectations and my life was in chaos. I knew after our first session that Life Coaching was going to work for me and I was instantly excited. I experienced immediate results, increased confidence and self-esteem. Why had I gone on for so long unhappy? I can’t thank you enough for what you have done for me, I will be recommending you to everyone! Thank you so much Caroline!” Sam, Brighton
“Caroline’s sessions with me concentrated on building my confidence and what a huge help they have been. I have felt the positive results in all areas of my life and I am very grateful to her for being such a great coach and helping make that happen. I wish I had come to see her before I did!” Lizzie, London