Have you gone through Mental Puberty yet?

Watch the video above or read the blog version below Have you noticed as you get older that adults aren’t quite as switched on as we thought they were when we were children? When we were younger, we thought adults had all the answers and that they knew what they were doing. But as we became adults ourselves, we started Read More

Courage in the face of fear

Guest post by Anthony Zhou I work with young offenders and even before I started this role, I knew that there was a risk that I could be assaulted. During training, we were informed of staff being assaulted in another precinct. It was always in the back of mind that it could happen to me; it wasn’t a matter of Read More

How to be Confident When you Have Anxiety

Guest post by Marie Miguel of Anxiety is a pervasive condition where you have worries that come seemingly out of nowhere. When you’re anxious, you’re concerned about something terrible happening. You might experience an overwhelming sense of dread, or you may suffer from panic attacks, which can be debilitating. Everyone experiences anxiety differently, and living with anxiety is severe, Read More

What does “just be yourself” even mean?

Watch the video above, or read the written version below “Just be yourself” I bet you’ve heard that one before. It’s a classic cliche that’s been thrown at you throughout your entire life, from your parents, from TV programs, from your teachers, from your boss… just be yourself. And yet, who the fuck even knows what that means? It doesn’t Read More

Stop People-pleasing! How Self-Sacrifice is Killing You

Watch the video above or read the transcript below People-pleasers pride themselves on self-sacrifice. They see themselves as noble – the cure to all the selfishness out there. But unfortunately, they are majorly deluded. Self-sacrifice is where you put your own needs aside and prioritize the needs, wants and desires of others. It’s where you hurt yourself to help others. Read More

How to Handle Criticism in 5 Simple Steps

Watch the video above, or read the written version below Unfortunately, most people’s confidence is completely dependent on the feedback they receive from others, which means a lot of people have their confidence crushed by criticism, hatred, and discouragement. Today, we’re going to talk about how to build your confidence in such a way that nobody can bring you down Read More

The 3 Most Common Limiting Beliefs

Watch the video above, or read the blog version below Today we’re going to be looking at the most common beliefs people have that hold them back and make their life worse. I’ve been a confidence coach for over six years now, and before that I was a Probation Officer in the field of corrections. I’ve seen the same three Read More

Dealing with panic when starting a new job or relationship

Watch the video above, or read the unedit transcript below Right, looking like we’re live here on Facebook. Got a spontaneous one for you guys today. I just got a message from a friend of mine, who I’m going to keep anonymous. But basically, they’re about to start something new in the career space but are afraid how it’s going Read More

The Secret to Success

Watch the video above or read the transcript below What’s the difference between people who make their dreams come true, and those who don’t? Only a small portion of people out there are living their ideal life and being the ideal person they’ve always wanted to be. They’re confident and full of integrity, and their lifestyle reflects that. They get Read More

The 12 Laws of Confidence

Watch the video above, or read the blog version below I’ve been inspired by Jordan Peterson’s 12 rules for life to create a post about confidence that’s more practical – something that will give you guidance on how to improve your self-worth on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis. So I’m going to give you these 12 roles on confident living. Read More

The Magic Cure to Nice Guy Syndrome

Watch the video above, or read the transcript version below Nice Guy syndrome Today we’re going to be talking about how to overcome Nice Guy Syndrome[1] in the simplest, most effective way possible. For those of you who don’t know, Nice Guy Syndrome (NGS) comes from a long-term compulsion to constantly try to be seen as a “nice” person. It’s Read More

Why You Should Probably Stop Drinking Alcohol

Today we’re going to be talking about a subtle influence that’s in the background of most people’s self-development journey: Alcohol. I have a number of clients whose progress in building confidence is hampered and slowed down by their drinking. And I know from personal experience why this might be happening. So today, I thought I’d tackle an issue that people Read More


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