Creating Confidence from the Inside Out
Confidence isn’t something we are born with. It’s a combination of skills that we can learn.
How is confidence — or the lack of it — affecting our lives?
One minute, we feel ready to take on anything. The next, we are a bundle of insecurities — convinced we’re about to get a tap on the shoulder calling us out as a fraud or an imposter.
When we build and develop self-confidence, we cultivate inner strength, and everything around us takes on a brighter hue. Our ability to bend instead of break increases, and our belief in ourselves soars.
Join us for the Confidence Workshop. Led by psychotherapist, teacher, and executive coach David Waters, this illuminating 3-hour workshop gives you techniques, ideas, and practical steps to help manage your fears and insecurities — allowing you to feel more confident at work and in your personal life.
Through learning this material you will become:
- Better able to acknowledge and manage fear
- Less risk averse
- More able to reflect on, and find opportunities in, failure
- Less of a perfectionist
- More dynamic and forward-looking
Following your strengths and practicing the skills learned in this workshop will increase your confidence and make it easier for you to take action in all aspects of your life.
David Waters is a psychotherapist, teacher, writer, coach, and a founding faculty member of The School of Life in London – a unique training and publishing organization, created in 2010, that “develops emotional intelligence for people, businesses, and organizations.”
At The School of Life, David helped create and deliver new classes, led workshops for local and international audiences, and worked with international clients, such as Microsoft, Häagen-Dazs, PA Consulting Group, and American Express.
David’s articles on emotional health and personal development have appeared in numerous publications including the Saturday Telegraph Magazine, Telegraph Luxury, Centurion, The Guardian, Departures (American Express), Financial Times, Saturday Times Magazine, and Observer Magazine.