Beyond Imposter Syndrome: Strengthening Self-Worth
Join Our 3-Session Virtual Live Zoom-Based Online Course with Dan Newby, Author & Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
September 1st, 8th and 15th, 2022, 8:00 am - 9:30 am EDT
Fees: US$ 195/- (Maximum 8 Participants Per Session)
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In this 3-session online course with others who are similarly challenged, you will learn tools and practices that will change the way you see yourself and allow you the freedom to choose how you'd like to live.
It's called 'imposter syndrome' or low self-esteem, believing you are a fake or phony, feeling like a fraud or unworthy. We're often told that the way to overcome this sense of "not being enough" is by thinking positive thoughts or to "fake" till you make it." Anyone who has tried those knows that they might help but aren't enough to permanently change the way you feel about yourself.
A three-session online course that meets with others who are similarly challenged to learn tools and practices that will change your life. Each session is 90 minutes long, and the group size is limited to 8 participants to create an atmosphere of trust and intimacy.
Gained a Felt Sense of Being Worthy
"This series of conversations allowed me to fully realize the suffering that comes with comparing yourself to others, feeling that you are too much, not enough, or not heard, These sources of suffering can be managed so that one can gain a felt sense of being worthy, heard, seen, and understood.”
Connected the Imposter Syndrome to the Emotion of Dignity
"This course helped me see how intricately connected the 'Imposter Syndrome' is to the emotion of Dignity - "I am worthy, I am enough”"
This course is based on emotional learning. It is not therapy nor a replacement for therapy but helps participants expand their emotional vocabulary and recognize their emotional blind spots.
All that we do as humans are based on emotions because they are the energy that allows us to act. Every emotion is co-creative with a specific story. When we realize this relationship and the logical structure of emotions, we can begin to use them as a tool or life skill.
Dan Newby is a long-time coach and teacher working with coaches, leaders, and educators. He is the author of 4 books on emotional literacy, co-creator of Emoli™ Emotion Flash Cards, teaches online courses, and delivers masterclasses worldwide.
Dan was a Senior Course Leader for Newfield Network for eight years. In those years he led coach training programs in the U.S., Amsterdam and at the University of Calgary. He has worked with several school systems in the U.S., global commercial enterprises and NGOs.
Dan’s passion for elevating emotional literacy fuels his writing, teaching, and development of games to help people learn the value of emotions and the many ways they enrich our lives.
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(Maximum 8 Participants Per Session)
If, for any reason, you don't like this program, you can get a full refund anytime within 7 days after your purchase. If you have any issues, just get in touch with our friendly support team and they'll either help you out until you get the results you need or give you a swift refund.
"What a relief! I learned to quit comparing myself to others and to believe that I’m enough as I am"
“Dan was an incredibly compassionate and kind teacher. Just what I needed to take a look at how poorly I treat myself.”
"I’ve recommended this course to several of my friend who struggle with low self-esteem. It helped me, it will help them."
“My amazement was that the other participants, who were all incredible people, also struggled with feeling ’not enough’.”
“I didn’t know what Imposter Syndrome was but have never felt adequate. What an eye-opening course!”
Leading this course is a gift for me because of the insights and self-discovery I get the opportunity to see in the participants. Feeling inadequate isn’t something we share freely, so this course is an opportunity to explore something we often hide. The discovery that we can choose to live in peace with who we are is an amazing discovery for anyone. The openness, gratitude, and delight of participants are something I treasure. How would your life be more satisfying if you could quit comparing yourself to others and feel a new level of self-confidence?