7 Keys of Confidence ~ Opening to possibilities

  We live in a culture where clarity and certainty is favoured over ambiguity and vagueness. Sounds innocent enough right? But what if that need for certainty was a block to your confidence? What if instead it created rigidity and limitations that prevent the growth of the feelings you most want? I discovered this for…

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7 Keys of Confidence ~ Blame & Responsibility (video)

  Earlier this year, I held a mini Facebook Live Training on the 7 Keys of Confidence. Each day for a week, I shared one of the locks that keep us feeling uncomfortable and dissatisfied in life and gave a key for unlocking more confidence and self-worth. If you missed it, don’t worry because for the next…

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What did you want to be when you grew up? ~ Carly’s story

  When I first got in touch with Jules I was in a good job with a good salary. I wasn’t bored, but I didn’t love it either. I felt I needed something more but I didn’t know what. I found myself feeling regularly anxious at work and unconfident regarding my skills. I was losing…

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Confidence Killers #8: Self-criticism (video)

  In this video series on Confidence Killers, I describe the many ways in which we cripple our self-confidence. Self-criticism is one of the most negative things we can do. In fact, when we consistently put down or berate ourselves for making poor choices and decisions, it is really a form of self-abuse. One of…

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Stories to inspire: Does the jacket fit? (video)

  I was recently working with a client on the topic of beliefs. We were discussing how we can get stuck with outdated or unhelpful beliefs that may not have been ours to begin with! She shared that she had recently been through a ‘personal shopping’ experience. The story so closely fitted with the subject…

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Confidence Killers #7: Selfies (video)

  Are you one of the people who regularly posts selfies on social media? Do you find yourself adjusting the angle or adding filters to make sure you look as good as possible? What if I told you that instead of making you feel good, selfies can actually undermine your confidence? Why? Because at the…

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Stories to inspire: Things aren’t always as they seem (video)

What if things in your life weren’t always exactly how they seemed? What if there was an alternative perception waiting to be discovered? What if things that seemed scary, really weren’t at all? In this video, I share the story of a trip to France and when an experience showed me how what we see…

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Confidence Killers ~ #3 Shoulds (video)

You may remember the saying from childhood, “Sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me.” It was well-intentioned as a way to help us get past mean or bad things someone had said. But the truth is that even though words may not physically hurt us, they can still have…

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Interview: Being front of stage – in career and life (video)

  What do you do when you find your self front stage in life? That could be in the literal sense of the words – as a speaker/presenter or metaphorically when you find yourself centre stage in your own life. In the second part of my interview with Tiffany Kay, she asks how I moved…

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Confidence Killers ~ #2 Perfection (video)

Here’s the next video in the Confidence Killers series. Today I am talking about the need we have to get it right, to be right or to be perceived as right. Yep, you’ve guessed it. Today’s confidence killer is perfection. What makes it amusing is that I right before I shot this video, I had…

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