Hey, lovely, if you want to be yourself, you’re in the right place.
At The Self-Esteem School, I teach women how to be themselves, balance emotions, and move past self-doubt to live a life they love.
We take out comparison and focus on your strengths and skills to fully enjoy what you do.
Whether you’re with family, working on a project, traveling, or chillin with a good book, you are present in that moment.
How do you want to feel on a daily basis?
If you find that challenging to answer, which one connects with you most:
- Relaxed and calm
- Driven and focused
- Accomplished and fulfilled
- Confident and content
All of these are benefits of healthy self-esteem.
Why do I teach Self-Esteem, and how did I get here?
I lost my sister when I was 35 and thought she was better than me. When she died, I lost all sense of self and started gaining weight, feeling lethargic, and honestly, miserable. I didn’t talk about this except with a couple trusted friends and my husband. To those around me, nothing was different. When it came to work and my responsibilities, I was showing up, Total Boss actually, but when it came to personal goals, I couldn’t motivate myself.
I wasn’t comfortable in my skin, didn’t know who I was, and was embarrassed at how I felt. It was then I realized it wasn’t the accomplishments that made me feel good about myself; it was a strong sense of self and knowing my personal value and contribution. Through the loss of my sister, I uncovered a lot of critical self-talk I didn’t know was there. By repeating over and over that she was better than me, I inadvertently crushed my self-esteem. It had a HUGE impact on the way I felt and the actions I was taking. Let’s just say I wasn’t myself.
As the owner of The Self-Esteem School,™ I help women be themselves.
You ready to be yourself? Learn more here.
New here? Listen to this Hello, Lovely podcast episode to get started. It will light a fire in your belly and help you be yourself now. Enjoy!
‘Goals are not just dreams but realities in process.’ – Ms Christie Williams
I’ve spent my whole life in a struggle. – Love, R.
I wanted to express my appreciation for the time that we got to spend together. …it was very personal. I’ve spent my whole life in a struggle.
So much has changed in a good way! – L.C.